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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?

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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 »
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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 »
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What is a T-bone steak?

The T-bone is a steak cut from part of the top loin down to part of the tenderloin. The tenderloin portion must be a minimum of ½ inch across. These two beef muscles, together, are called the shor... Read More »
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What cut of beef does a t-bone steak come from?

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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