Steak enthusiasts may enjoy a series of episodes on aging primal beef cuts, and comparison cooking of the resulting steaks at various stages and by various methods, which can be found on the Glen and Friends channel on YouTube. The channel has a very practical, down to earth vibe - the extravagance of dry-aging primal cuts is an anomaly. He researches and tests recipes from vintage and historical cookbooks, makes maple sugar and syrup from trees tapped in his suburban Toronto backyard, cans produce from the vegetable garden, and recreates things like Dr. Pepper and Kentucky Fried Chicken by preparing, comparing, and tinkering with already-circulating copycat recipes.
I now prefer my own frikadellen or meatfoaf to a steak, unless it’s teriyaki sirloin. I eat less meat than I did 25 years ago, and these days find steak hard to digest.