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  • n. cut of meat taken from between the ribs


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  • Of course, this was only shocking because most meat vendors in Israel, and certainly the supermarkets, sell a short list of cuts, such as entrecote steak and sirloin for beef, chicken breasts and legs and lamb shoulder and leg.

    English-writing Israeli-bloggers

  • If you opt for the heavier items, I recommend the entrecote of beef accompanied by perfect French fried potatoes, or the Bellamy's grilled sausages because we are in England and the saucisson are among the best.

    Mara Gibbs: Everybody Eats Where? In London, England, Bellamy's Restaurant

  • But today I had lunch in a small (and perfectly pleasant) restaurant where the English menu offered entrecote irons, gutter of meat, soup of Wales, shave with sauce, and – amazingly – sausage with Jews, which I sincerely hope was not a pork sausage!

    Machines and menus

  • A French entrecote with bearnaise and a glass of red wine and french fries but Dawg cannot find that anywhere but Paris and a joint he knows in San Francisco so Dawg is telling you this is the next best thing on this continent.

    General Lee Hamburgers and Tequila

  • As sure as I fail to make that flight and decide to hang around Lake Chapala, some sumbitch is gonna run over me on the carretera and that entrecote with the bernaise sauce is going to be warming the belly of some Frenchman while they squeeze The Dawg into a plastic bag. ms mac

    The Flu in Mexico

  • The owner of the restaurant, a charming middle aged man, greeted us with a warm smile and made recommendations on the specials of the day -- Osso bucco, entrecote, filet of sole, artichoke ravioli, molten chocolate cake and fresh wild berries.

    Angella Nazarian: Why is Corsica the Step Sister to Sardinia?

  • We have sirloin, entrecote and even Foie Gras [but no crackling I'm afraid].

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • I was hoping for some naked muscle – entrecote steak or chateau briand?

    quiz: which alcoholic drink are you? « raincoaster

  • When I first lived in France I discovered that large beef steaks and roasts in France were tough and practically inedible but the popular (beef) entrecote, a thinly sliced and extremely flavorful cut of meat, was delicious and a treat.

    New Restaurant

  • I realize that you are from the bucolic environs of the damp and depressing Seattle area but, I can assure you, after having lived in polluted cities such as Paris and Los Angeles, that breathing foul air in jazz clubs over a glass of red wine and an entrecote with fries and bearnaise beats rain and boredom any day.

    Advantages and Disadvantages of Guadalajara


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