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Huge Porterhouse steak

I have a large porterhouse, I cannot eat the whole thing. How crazy is it to slice the ny stripe part off and cook it and then cook the other part another time?

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  1. Doesn't sound crazy to me! Go for it.

    1. Not crazy. Although I would carve off the tenderloin side and leave the Strip side on the bone and cook it that way.

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      1. re: ESNY

        I also cut the tenderloin side off, and then cook the strip with bone. To serve, I cut away the bone for soup, and just serve the strip. The tenderloin is frozen. When I have a few of them I cook them as filets.

      2. eat the whole thing and skip the side dishes!

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        1. re: TBird

          Spoken like a true carnivore! I like the way you think!

          1. re: danhole

            Unless you are going to cook it next day, I would not split the steak. Agree with Tbird....but then I once ate a 48 oz. porterhouse. got my name on the wall....when I returned home from the business trip and told my wife, she said , "What...are you proud? You should be ashamed of yourself." I'm not.

              1. re: Morganna

                Shula's in Tampa. We also had a salad, potato, and topped it off with cheesecake. Now Im embarassed

              2. re: steakman55

                It really is better to cook it with the bone attached, no doubt!

          2. Thank you all for your replies. Steakman, I would eat the rest tomorrow. ESNY, good thinking! I think I will just eat the sides tonight and do as TBird said and try to eat the steak tomorrow. Again, Thank you all for your replies. Steakman, I wouldn't be ashamed either! :-)

            1. Leftover meat from steaks and chops reappear as tacos in mi casa.

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