Dry-aged beef with faro and roasted tomatoes

We're big believers in moderate meat consumption, both for the health of the eater and for the health of the planet. So when we're going to cook up a steak we tend to look for a special cut that has been aged to perfection. Cooking a steak in a searing hot cast iron pan produces a beautiful crust and allows you to retain the wonderful fat rendering out of the meat. This recipe is designed to be both cooked and served in your ironwood skillet.

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