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porterhouse

(formerly) a place in which porter, beer, etc., and sometimes chops and steaks, were served
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This year Porterhouse Productions has announced that Michael Franti & Spearhead and The Wailers will perform.
A BBC adaptation of Sharpe's satire Blott on the Landscape starred George Cole, Geraldine James and David Suchet, while David Jason headed the cast of Porterhouse Blue when it was made for the screen.
The BBC adaptation of Blott On The Landscape starred George Cole, Geraldine James and David Suchet, while David Jason headed the cast of Porterhouse Blue when it was made for television.
Porterhouse owner Oliver Hughes said: "Whiskey is just distilled beer, really, and we have experience with beer.
Moving forward, the band is preparing to work with Ian Porterhouse again for the British Open Championships at Symphony Hall, Birmingham, in September.
Choose from Flo's filet, rib-eyes, strip steaks, a T-bone, steak tips, top sirloins and a porterhouse.
10 Which member of The Not The Nine O'Clock News team cropped up in Porterhouse Blue as Cornelius Carrington?
Porterhouse Mews will comprise 36 two-bedroom apartments, two three-bedroom houses and 10 four-bedroom houses.
A couple of filets, a ribeye, a flat iron and a porterhouse are listed.
Son-in-law dithered between a 16oz Porterhouse steak with tomato, mushrooms, onion rings and chips or the "Mighty Mixed Grill", which was exactly that.
If you continue to take care of everyone else first, you're doing as much damage to your heart as if you ate a 15-ounce porterhouse steak every night.
In Shallow Hal, America's Sweethearts, and Bridget Jones's Diary, Gwyneth Paltrow, Julia Roberts, and Renee Zellweger play portly to porterhouse versions of their svelte selves and entertain audiences with jokes about big underwear and midnight binges.