What 2 Cuts Make Up A Porterhouse?

Porterhouse steaks are available in two cuts: the Top Loin (also known as New York Strip) and the Tenderloin (also known as New York Strip) (where Filet Mignon comes from). The New York Strip portion of the Porterhouse steak is located in the upper two-thirds of the Porterhouse, while the Tenderloin portion of the Porterhouse steak is located in the bottom one-third of the Porterhouse.

Tenderloin and top loin combine to form the porterhouse, which is a composite steak made from the intersection of the two cuts. The tenderloin steak and top loin steak may be obtained by removing the bone and cutting off the two steaks that make up the porterhouse steak (or New York strip steak).

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