What cut of beef does a t-bone steak come from?

Answer T-bone steaks come from the front part of the short loin. Porterhouse steaks are similar to T-bones because they come from the rear part of the short loin. Most steaks Americans eat come from the r... Read More »

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I just cooked a T-Bone steak and put "English Pub Spicy Steak Sauce" on it. It was NOT spicy at all. Does?

English food is blander than styrofoam packing peanuts. That, combined with years of eating tamales made by your house servant Juanita, has left your tastebuds completely incapable of sensing what... Read More »

Is steak beef?

Usually. While steak commonly refers to beef, the term can also be applied to other meat, such as ham, or fish, such as halibut, swordfish and tuna. Beef steak comes in nearly a dozen cuts such as ... Read More »

How to Eat a T-Bone Steak?

A T-bone is one of the great steakhouse staples, a large and tender slab of top quality beef. The larger portion of the steak is the equivalent of a New York strip, cut from the steer's loin. The s... Read More »

Where does the T-bone steak come from?

The T-bone cut of beef comes from the back of the cow; its bone is a spinal vertebra section. The meat of the cut comes from two different muscles that comprise the New York strip and the filet mig... Read More »