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 What is the difference between porterhouse& T-bone steaks?

Answer The terms porterhouse and T-bone are often used interchangeably to describe a type of steak. While they are similar, there are differences. Knowing what those are can enhance your dining experience... Read More »
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How long do I cook T-bone steaks on a gas grill?

For T-bone steaks 1 inch or thicker, TheMeatSource.com suggests first searing the meat on a high-temperature gas grill with the lid down for two minutes on each side. Then cook each side over mediu... Read More »
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What is the difference between new york strip&a porterhouse steak?

New York strip and Porterhouse are cuts of steak taken from the short loin of beef. The short loin yields some of the most tender, and most expensive, cuts of beef.FeaturesThe short loin comprises ... Read More »
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Why is porterhouse steak called porterhouse?

Preferred by many steak lovers over even vaunted filet mignon, porterhouse steaks are thick, juicy cuts of beef. The steaks get their unique name from their early association with ale houses.Histor... Read More »
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What is the difference between choice&prime steaks?

Prime is the highest grade of beef rated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, followed by choice. The difference is greater fat content, resulting in better flavor and tenderness, according to th... Read More »
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