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  • Joined: 1/28/2008
  • Location: NYC, NY
Porterhouse Steak Thu, 01/31/08 12:04 PM (permalink)
I just uploaded some new photos that I will use on my blog in the near future. Thought I'd give you guy a sneak peek:

Primal cut




You can also view a slide show of the entire set with more detailed pics here:[img][/img]

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    • Location: Austin, TX
    RE: Porterhouse Steak Thu, 01/31/08 12:20 PM (permalink)
    THAT was beautiful. Went to the link and what I saw was artistry in meat. Are more and more resturaunts plating the steak already sliced, and I am assuming that steak was for more than one person.
      Russ Jackson

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      • Location: Xenia
      RE: Porterhouse Steak Thu, 01/31/08 12:20 PM (permalink)
      Well done that was like crack for foddies...Russ

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        RE: Porterhouse Steak Thu, 01/31/08 12:39 PM (permalink)
        Makes you wonder why some people will turn a beautiful peice of meat and cook it until is only fit to resole shoes. We have people here like that and I refuse to go to dinner with them any more. They see blood on my plate and freak.

          RE: Porterhouse Steak Thu, 01/31/08 12:46 PM (permalink)
          A Great I'm ready for lunch.
            mayor al

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            RE: Porterhouse Steak Thu, 01/31/08 2:58 PM (permalink)
            I posted some photos a few months ago of the Porterhouses that Poverty Pete and I grilled out one evening. They were outstanding. The best part was they were on sale for $5.00 a lb and cut 2 inches thick, just the way we liked them. I bring this thought back now because they are on sale again this week at my local market (Not Kroger) for $4.99 a lb. The only thing that prevents me from ordering a dozen or so is that we still have 4 from the last order, and we are trying to empty the freezer before heading south to Mobile in 2 weeks. This is not a good time to matter how good it looks right now.
            I can honestly say the day of the $10.00 = 2 lb Porterhouse is still here !

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