How Much Does a Porterhouse Steak Cost?

A porterhouse steak is said to be the king of the steak.  After all, it is one of the more highly valued steaks because of its larger tenderloin.  Cut from the rear end of the short loin, a porterhouse steak is best for grilling and broiling due to its lower content of collagen.

Sometimes, a porterhouse steak is interchangeably called T-bone since both steaks are characterized by a T-shaped bone with meat on both sides.  But the major difference between the two is the thickness.  The tenderloin of a porterhouse is at least 1.25 inches thick at its widest, while a T-bone is only 0.5 inches thick.

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