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.

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  • Ninfa's on Navigation, with caramelized onions and pico de gallo, no baroque gilding of the skirt-steak lily. Chronicle

  • 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. Front Page

  • "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.

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  • 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). TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at


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