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Synonyms for porterhouse

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

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Q A friend has just come back from America and talked about porterhouse steaks.
It is a traditional American term and derives from the 19th century bar-cum-restaurants called porterhouses which sold beer (porter) as well as simple meals such as steaks and chops.
A friend has just returned from the United States and talked about the porterhouse steaks they serve in restaurants over there.
Many steakhouses, for example, serve 28-ounce Porterhouses - which can be three or four days' worth of protein and fat for some people, according to nutrition guidelines.