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  • n  cut of meat taken from between the ribs

  • The lions, he implied, were those ravening "racists" on his House Education and Labor Committee who planned to make entrecote of their chairman.
  • In Sydney or Melbourne, a man who doesn't feel like Australia's traditional dietsteak and eggs, with tomato sauce poured over itcan dine on sukiyaki, entrecote a la .
  • 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.

  • Joel Robuchon in Ha'aretz
    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...

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