porterhouse steak


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Noun1.porterhouse steak - large steak from the thick end of the short loin containing a T-shaped bone and large piece of tenderloinporterhouse steak - large steak from the thick end of the short loin containing a T-shaped bone and large piece of tenderloin
beefsteak - a beef steak usually cooked by broiling
beef loin - cut of meat from a loin of beef
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I get the automobiles, and the porterhouse steaks, and the soft beds.
The focal point is the porterhouse steak, served only as good for two to four, a classic New York chophouse tradition.
Wolfgang's Steakhouse signature Porterhouse steak has made people change their minds on what to expect from a Porterhouse.
According to Peter Zwiener, president of the New York-based steak restaurant, a 16-ounce porterhouse steak costs about $50 (roughly P2,550) in New York, while in Manila, the same cut is P3,100.
A Porterhouse steak is a thicker T-bone, cut from the rear end of the joint.
The restaurant, adjacent to Sunderland's Stadium of Light, will also be serving a range of signature, 28 day-aged steaks, including an 8oz New York strip steak, 16oz Porterhouse steak and 32oz tomahawk rib eye steak, designed for sharing.
A 12 oz Porterhouse Steak au poivre (with fries) is PS18, with lobster tails and As well as the fried food, you can opt for more high-end dishes.
Quality and price were always a consideration, yet often it was the remembrance of small details--the preferred thickness of a customer's porterhouse steak, the extra drizzle of chocolate on the croissant, or the favored length of a wick--that earned their customers' trust and kept them coming back.
For mains a 14oz porterhouse steak with bearnaise sauce (a little too heavy on the tarragon), and a 14oz T-bone steak with olive tapenade butter were order of the day.
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2002 & 2003 TIGER WOODS Porterhouse steak and sushi.
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