T-bone steak

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T-bone steak

n
(Cookery) a large choice steak cut from the sirloin of beef, containing a T-shaped bone

T-bone steak

(ˈtiˌboʊn)
n.
a loin steak with a small piece of tenderloin, characterized by its T-shaped bone.
[1920–25]
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Noun1.T-bone steak - small steak from the thin end of the short loin containing a T-shaped bone and small piece of tenderloinT-bone steak - small steak from the thin end of the short loin containing a T-shaped bone and small piece of tenderloin
beefsteak - a beef steak usually cooked by broiling
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T-bone steak

nT-Bone-Steak nt

T-bone steak

[ˌtiːbəʊnˈsteɪk] n (also T-bone) → bistecca alla fiorentina
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Best of all, the L'Opera bite is there: tomato soup is given texture and added dimensions of flavor using parmesan and ricotta cheese; the bistecca, a thick slab of Angus rib-eye, is juicy and succulent; the signature ravioli uses duck and lies on a blanket of truffle cream sauce, a favorite of Atty.
The two other parts of the Basta equation are pizza inspired by Napoli, and from Tuscany and Florence, bistecca fiorentina.
For mains I had Bistecca Creama - sirloin steak with cream and mushrooms, while our friend had a chicken version of the same dish.
bistecca the English compound beefsteak, nor in stoccafisso the (Old) Dutch stoc visch; and adaptations to the morpho-phonology of the target language may also occur, as shown by Ciancaglini & Alfieri 2013 in the case of Syriac: this language may adopt derivative suffixes from another language, as for instance in the case of the Middle Iranian relational suffix -agan (= qn': e.
Downstairs, lunch and dinner feature dishes like bistecca al pepe nero, housemade cavatelli with a selection of market shellfish, and grilled Spanish octopus.
We tasted fragrant fennel-spiked salami in Alessandro's butcher's shop where little old ladies dressed head to toe in black have been coming for their bistecca alla fiorentina steaks for 40 years - and we watched as the 70-something delivery "boy" cycled off with a cheery wave on his way to drop meat off to those who could no longer make it to the store.
My bistecca di fesa from the set menu, however, could not have been better.
There he loved the "thick, Parmesan-clogged minestrone," "its plump, egg-yellow pumpkin ravioli," and the famous bistecca alia Fiorentina.
Treat Mom with any of the restaurant's special dishes and let her indulge in a complimentary cooler, with a choice of Bistecca, Rack of Lamb, or Whole Roasted Snapper.
You can tell as soon as he sets down in front of you a large wooden board with a colossal bistecca alla Fiorentina for four.
For that, I took my inspiration from the Italians and their bistecca alla Fiorentina, which is grilled steak finished with extra-virgin olive oil and a squeeze of lemon.