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porterhouse

(formerly) a place in which porter, beer, etc., and sometimes chops and steaks, were served
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Their Porterhouse is hefty, so come prepared for this, but it is certainly something you won't regret.
The waiter placed the hot plate on a small plate to make it tilt a bit and have the oil from the porterhouse on one side.
Conran has served in medical writing positions at Porterhouse Medical since 2014 and prior to that she was a translational stem cell biology lecturer at King's College London.
In Texas, you could buy hefty prime Porterhouse steaks cut to fit in heart-shaped clear plastic packaging, and from Arizona, we have this:
Focusing on seasonal favorites like porterhouse, strips and rib steaks will also help entice price-conscious consumers into accepting a higher price for a seasonal treat that can be substituted.
Eat: Dry-aged New York strip or Porterhouse cuts from Creekstone Farms are the signature steaks; filet of bison from Wyoming; Scottish salmon; seafood platters; and for non-beef eaters there is Mary's organic chicken.
com)-- MyNorthTickets, a subsidiary of MyNorth Media producers of Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine, is now selling tickets on behalf of the Porterhouse Production's Traverse City Summer Mircrobrew & Music Festival.
Within a few years he had published his best known works Porterhouse Blue, Wilt and Blott On The Landscape.
NOVELIST Tom Sharpe, the man behind Porterhouse Blue and the Wilt series, has died at the age of 85.
Two top sellers were made into television series: Porterhouse Blue, about the academically mediocre Porterhouse College, and Blott on the Landscape, which recounts the fight of a gardner, Blott, to prevent a motorway being laid though picturesque rural England.
Lenny was about to say he'd take lessons, but Porterhouse waved him off.