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large steak from the thick end of the short loin containing a T-shaped bone and large piece of tenderloin


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Bone-in cuts, like T-bone or porterhouse steaks, may pose a very, very slight risk.
Q A friend has just come back from America and talked about porterhouse steaks.
Do not make the trip to this off-the-beaten-path neighborhood for anything other than steaks -- the finest marbled porterhouse steaks at that.
So, following up on the three year success of Lansky's Lounge, a nightcluby setting in the back of Ratner's which customers reach after being cleared by a bouncer on a side street sidewalk and some alleyway navigation, the owners of Ratner's have combined gangster nostalgia and speakeasy curiosity with dry-aged porterhouse steaks and cocktail culture to come up with Lanskys Lounge and Grill with room and style to spare.
Morton's specialise in mammoth 48-ounce porterhouse steaks
Houston Center's Strip House will feature prime dry-aged beef, New York strip, filets and Porterhouse steaks served with freshly made sauces, as well as lamb, lobster, tuna and rotisserie chicken.
A friend has just returned from the United States and talked about the porterhouse steaks they serve in restaurants over there.
Recommended items: Fried calamari, clam chowder, New York and porterhouse steaks, Cajun-style sea bass.
You don't see the Beef Industry Council crowing about ribs or porterhouse steaks.
A stagecoach stop in pioneer days, this restaurant serves seasoned t-bone and porterhouse steaks with pinto beans and all the trimmings.