For the best burgers, Raichlen suggests using a flavorful cut of meat, like sirloin or chuck.
When you want a steak and want it done right, hail a cab and head to this Upper East Side sirloin staple.
Skip the sirloin or prime rib; instead, order the filet and a baked potato with sour cream and chives.
Add 1/3 of mixture to sirloin in another bowl; marinate for 10 minutes and sauté the beef.
These should be cooked like sirloin, and served with the same accompaniments.
Mr. Cahill insisted on sirloin, but admitted that he had made a mistake later on.
We can tell Frank, however, that no sirloin was to be had so late in the day at the markets.
A sirloin was set before him, on which he laid to as lustily as any beef-eater.
Broil a sirloin steak, place on a platter, and garnish with onions glacs and broiled fresh mushrooms.
Rufus went out and got some sirloin steak, and brought in a pie from the baker's.
early 15c., surloine, from Middle French surlonge, literally "upper part of the loin," from sur "over, above" (see sur-) + longe "loin," from Old French loigne (see loin).
English spelling with sir- dates from 1620s, by folk-etymology supposed to be because the cut of beef was "knighted" by an English king for its superiority, a tale variously told of Henry VIII, James I, and Charles II. The story dates to 1655.