Season a porter-house steak with salt and pepper and rub with butter.
For steak, nothing is so nice as tenderloin or porter-house steak.
Why, Mr. Blount,” she said, “there is something to be found here that is lots better than porter-house steak.
A porter-house steak wouldnt go bad, and you might invest in a bottle of champagne, too.
What is called a porter-house steak is the tenderloin, sirloin, and other surrounding parts cut in slices.
For steaks, the tenderloin and the piece called the porter-house steak, are the best; rump steaks are seldom tender.
The better the cut, the better the result will be, but any part may be used from porter-house steak to the neck.
A porter-house steak is considered, by some persons, best, others prefer the tenderloin.