The top section of a Porterhouse steak, which is a crosscut beefsteak containing part of the tenderloin and part of the top loin. The Porterhouse contains a "T" shaped bone that separates the New York Strip from the tenderloin. Thicker in depth, the New York Strip is the larger section of the Porterhouse steak. Tender in texture, New York Strip can be grilled, broiled, sautéed, or pan-fried.
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