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  • n. beef tenderloin


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  • Birch & Barley welcomes Pennsylvania's Sly Fox Brewery to the 14th Street NW restaurant for a five-course tasting menu that pairs offerings like Sly Fox's seasonal Oktoberfest brew with pan-seared wreckfish, or the Saison Vos with a beef striploin.

    Getting Up Guide: Spoken-word showcase; Sly Fox brew tasting

  • Served mini-popover style and stuffed with shaved striploin like pudding sliders, they are topped with a squiggle of bĂ©arnaise sauce and served with an arugula salad.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • O'Brien beef striploin steak along with a superb all-Canadian wine list. Top Stories

  • The Australian Wagyu Kobe-style striploin (RMB308), a succulent cut of beef glistening with liquid fat (a good example of Moon's specialty raised grill at work), was fork-tender and almost as perfectly seasoned as the grilled prime rib.

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • The first course will be beef carpaccio, marinated beef striploin with fresh grated Parmesan, capers and shallots drizzled with olive oil.

    Kootenay Rockies - News

  • Our kilo's worth of "I-bone," essentially a bone-in striploin, was more than enough for me and a companion, with whom I split the dish.

    The Prague Post

  • Chef Edwin Goto of the Mauna Lani Resort used the meat from one calf, about 140 pounds, to make pastrami, corned beef, grilled striploin, stew and burgers.

    Starbulletin Headlines

  • I had it in mind that I'd have myself a striploin for dinner before fucking off to bed.



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