Meat connoisseurs will say, “Well, it’s practically the same thing, three twin brothers cut from the same cut.” Yes, that’s right, the cut one, but the differences are still there.
A little bit of facts. All three of these steaks are cut from a piece called Shortloin, which contains two different cuts. Along one side of the bone is a thin edge (Striploin), on the second side — tenderloin (Tenderloin). Thus, when cutting the cut, Porterhouse and T-Bon steaks combine two types of meat: a tender tenderloin on one side of the T-bone and a thin edge on the other. A club steak (also called a Striploin on the bone) contains only a thin edge, without cutting. The weight of steaks usually ranges from 600 to 900 grams. Continue reading