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#2 - captnpl
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(02/13/2013) [-]
But, a t-bone IS a porterhouse.
#27 to #2 - trchamp
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(02/13/2013) [-]
A Porterhouse is thicker than a T-bone
#9 to #2 - anon
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(02/13/2013) [-]
yes, but no. The whole steak is a porterhouse. You cut a t-bone out of it. You also cut New York Streap out of it. Pretty much if you take a Porterhouse and cut out the New York Steap you have a t-bone left.
#43 to #9 - hylianknights
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(02/13/2013) [-]
Actually A T-Bone is a bone-in New York strip with only some, or none of the tenderloin on the other side of the bone. A Porterhouse is the side of the short loin closer to the top sirloin, which has a bone, new york strip, and a whole tenderloin steak. Thickness depends on how thick the customer wants it.

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