from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A steak of beef cut from the inside of the plate.
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It's a direful thing to have in your hands, a desiccated version of Lady Gaga's skirt-steak dress.
Ninfa's on Navigation, with caramelized onions and pico de gallo, no baroque gilding of the skirt-steak lily.
The name Mestizo refers to Mexico's melting pot of cultures, and you can tour the seaside with ceviches, shrimp dishes and fresh fish or graze on countryside and street-style specialties such as pork belly, veal sweetbreads or skirt-steak tacos.
"Our site's old owner built this whole area, when a dirt road served as the main drag, and cars used to pull up and park in the area that's our patio now," said Brian Raab, a partner in the Mission, which specializes in modern Latin cuisine (the skirt-steak tacos were delicious) and Southwest staples like guacamole with jalapeño.
Among the sandwiches is The Answer, and the question must be, "Name a skirt-steak sandwich that needs more skirt steak in it."
My parents had marinated some skirt-steak in an amazing sauce and the skewers were accompanied by Caesar salad and garlic bread (some high-class camping food).