T-Bone Roast

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This steak is named after its T-shaped bone. It looks something like a porterhouse but has a smaller slice of the filet mignon attached. We cut T-bones closer to the front with an ample, yet smaller section of tenderloin. They are best grilled or broiled to medium-rare temperature; the meat near the bone tends to cook more slowly than other parts of the steak. The difference between a porterhouse and a T-bone steak is negligible. Both are part sirloin, part fillet or double steaks. It’s popular with chefs and many customers. It’s the best of both worlds. You get a bit less fillet on the T-bone, but it’s still a great steak. As the fillet takes longer to cook, it’ll be rarer than the sirloin, which is perfect. Keep it moving in the pan. Serve with a simple salad.

What it tastes like

The strip section tastes like strip, and the tenderloin tastes like, well, tenderloin.

Also sold as

Porterhouse (when tenderloin section is 1 1/2-inches or wider)


T-Bone Roast

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