A T-bone steak is a cut of beef that comes from the short loin of a cow. It is named after the T-shaped bone that runs through the center of the steak, which separates the larger strip steak on one side from the smaller tenderloin on the other.
T-bone steaks are typically cut at least 1" thick, grilled or broiled, and are often seasoned with simple ingredients such as salt, pepper, and garlic. Often served with classic steakhouse sides such as baked potatoes, grilled vegetables, or a salad.
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