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club steak

club′ steak`


n.
a beefsteak cut from the rib end of the short loin.
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Noun1.club steak - small steak from the front of the short loin of beef
beefsteak - a beef steak usually cooked by broiling
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As it turns out, Tyler Saladino may have gotten the worst of it in a collision with White Sox left fielder Nicky Delmonico Sunday, but manager Rick Renteria said Monday the Sox were "very fortunate with both of them" considering the crash.
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6 THINGS TO DO IN LESS THAN 48 HOURS DAY 1 5:30 PM Dinner at The Tender Steak and Seafood (located at LUXOR) 8:00 PM Drinks at Delmonico at The Venetian (emerilsrestaurants.
During these proceedings, President of Transplantation Society Prof Francis Delmonico from Boston USA said that although all over the world commercial transplantation is strictly banned but still patients from wealthy nations exploit the poor developing country people and carry transplant tourism.
Ocinomled owns Delmonico's in Manhattan, the heir apparent to the historical restaurant of that name, and celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse owns two Creole-influenced Delmonico restaurants, one in New Orleans and one in Las Vegas.
It's a busy time for us, but it's a fun time,'' said Anthony Scanio, chef de cuisine at Emeril's Delmonico, which is owned by celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse and is also located along the St.
Diners will revel in entree selections such as Arrowhead Grill's famous Delmonico Steak, Chef Charles' nod to the original made famous by the Delmonico Hotel in New York at the turn of the 20th century.
One of the more widely used models reflects work by Carnes, Delmonico and Griffin (2001; Edwards, Delmonico and Griffin, 2011).
He characterized the first era, in the mid-nineteenth century, by this Delmonico experience, which was as alienating for members of the middle class, who could not read the French language menu, much less afford the bill, as it was terrific for elites, who could easily do both.
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