T-bone steak

NOUN
  1. small steak from the thin end of the short loin containing a T-shaped bone and small piece of tenderloin
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How To Use T-bone steak In A Sentence

  • Even without the filling soup as a first course, the T-bone steak and salad had been an excellent meal.
  • The short loin (porterhouse, New York shell and T-bone steaks), tenderloin (filet mignon), top butt and flank are among the cuts of the hindquarter, while the brisket, chuck, plate and rib make up the forequarter. Where's the Beef? A Steak Makes a Long Journey
  • I'll have a T-bone steak and chips[Sentence dictionary], please.
  • We tasted it with T-bone steak, and the combination worked very well. From Over Here to Over There
  • You can put a T-bone steak in a bowl of Coke and it will be gone in two days.
  • The short loin (porterhouse, New York shell and T-bone steaks), tenderloin (filet mignon), top butt and flank are among the cuts of the hindquarter, while the brisket, chuck, plate and rib make up the forequarter. Where's the Beef? A Steak Makes a Long Journey
  • He was eating a T-bone steak when he saw Randy sitting at the bar drinking a malted soda.
  • Even without the filling soup as a first course, the T-bone steak and salad had been an excellent meal.
  • Certainly. The T-bone steak is very good. I would suggest that you try this.
  • Sales of beef containing the backbone of animals aged over 12 months were banned in 2001 in many European countries, with the low age limit effectively outlawing T-bone steak.
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