Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Tenderloin Section of Beef

The tenderloin of beef is an inside muscle that runs on the other side of the bone which separates it from the N.Y. sirloin side. These two sections can be seen by looking at a porterhouse steak. It is the … Continue reading

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The New York Strip Sirloin Steak

One of the most popular steaks in the restaurant industry is the N.Y. strip sirloin steak. This steak shares the short loin section of the steer, which is located right after the prime ribs section with the tenderloin steak. If … Continue reading

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The Avacado a.k.a. The Alligator Pear

The avocado is a pear-shaped, greenish, tropical fruit that has a thick skin and a large, hard seed or pit embedded in its middle. This pit should be removed before eating the fruit. However, if only half of the avocado … Continue reading

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