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 When does a steak become a roast?

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When does a steak become a roast? Wed, 06/5/13 6:06 AM (permalink)
I was reading a story about late night, quality food for hipsters. It is a new trend. Lots of places now have special food after 9 or 10. It has to be "new" and "cool", and is often shared. (not all that generation went to all night breakfast places)
One place serves a really big, crusted, steak (72 oz I think), and only 8 per night. It can only be ordered after 9, each one is numbered, and is served to be shared. It costs hundreds of dollars. It is about 5 inches thick. It looks like a small roast. The story did not say how it is prepared, except to say it takes a long time.
<message edited by tmiles on Wed, 06/5/13 6:08 AM>
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