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ABena2t t1_j1pf5df wrote

what's the difference between that and a t-bone?


Baldmofo t1_j1pguo0 wrote

According to my Google machine, a porterhouse is a min on 1.25 " from bone to widest point of the tenderloin side of the T bone. All porterhouses are T bone steaks, but not all T bones are porterhouses


ArabellanButter OP t1_j1pfbo7 wrote

What I know is that they are very similar. The only difference is a porterhouse is bigger in size than a t-bone.


ABena2t t1_j1pffjf wrote

ya. I've heard that but didn't know if there was more to it or not. like where it was actually cut or something.


Saltinas t1_j1pgxr5 wrote

What are the sauces/dips?


ArabellanButter OP t1_j1pi51y wrote

The brown sauce is ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, golden raisins, and freshly-squeezed orange juice. The other one is olive oil, garlic, brandy, double cream, whole grain mustard and cremini mushrooms. The dip is cilantro, garlic, toasted sesame oil, rice vinegar and soy sauce.


Mish_ t1_j1s6nmm wrote

r/steak would appreciate this for sure.