entrecote entrecote


  • (n) cut of meat taken from between the ribs


  1. It's deeply unsettling for the culinarily prideful Europeans to have questions about the whole human food chain rattling in their minds every time they look at an entrecote.
  2. Beef aficionados also claim the big birds tend to be dry and lack the savor of a juicy entrecote.



  • "There is no doubt about the quality of American beef," says Robuchon, "but the Kobe we found in Japan has an exceptional flavor. And I like making entrecote, so they go well together. We found in America little shellfish of outstanding...
    on Sep 29, 2006 By: Joel Robuchon Source: Ha'aretz

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untenable untenable
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