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579 examples of steak in sentences

"Why do we like," he continued, "the smell of a beef-steak, or of a cup of tea, except for the pleasure we receive from their taste?

16.Swiss Steak.

Season a round steak with salt, black pepper and paprica; dredge with flour and let fry in hot lard on both sides until brown.

Chop and mince 1 pound of round steak, 1 onion and 2 sprigs of parsley.

14.Spanish Broiled Steak.

Season a porter-house steak with salt and pepper and rub with butter.

Let boil up and serve at once with the steak.

27.French Veal Hash. Cut veal round-steak into small pieces.

20.Spanish Steak Roll.

Cut thin slices from the round steak; then chop 1 onion, 2 tomatoes, some celery, parsley and 2 hard-boiled eggs and season with salt and pepper.

Mix with butter and fine bread-crumbs; then spread the mixture on the steak, and roll up.

Serve hot with broiled steak. 29.Belgian Eggs.

This officer was amazed at his host's preparations, and said, "When we are campaigning, and get hungry, we knock over the first animal we find, cut off a steak, powder it with salt, which we always have in the sabretasche, put it under the saddle, gallop over it for half a mile, and then dine like princes."

GENERALLY SPEAKING, small dishes only are prepared by this mode of cooking; amongst these, the beef-steak and mutton chop of the solitary English diner may be mentioned as celebrated all the world over.

Our beef-steak, indeed, has long crossed the Channel; and, with a view of pleasing the Britons, there is in every carte at every French restaurant, by the side of ร  la Marengo, and ร  la Mayonnaise,bifteck d'Angleterre.

First class.includes the sirloin, with the kidney suet (1), the rump-steak piece (2), the fore-rib (9).

BAKED BEEF-STEAK PUDDING.

of rump-steak, seasoning to taste of pepper and salt.

, according to the thickness of the steak.

BEEF-STEAK PIE.

of rump-steak, seasoning to taste of salt, cayenne, and black pepper, crust, water, the yolk of an egg.

Beef-steak pies may be flavoured in various ways, with oysters and their liquor, mushrooms, minced onions, &c. For family pies, suet may be used instead of butter or lard for the crust, and clarified beef-dripping answers very well where economy is an object.

BEEF-STEAK AND KIDNEY PUDDING.

of rump-steak, 2 kidneys, seasoning to taste of salt and black pepper, suet crust made with milk (see Pastry), in the proportion of 6 oz. of suet to each 1 lb. of flour.

Procure some tender rump steak (that which has been hung a little time), and divide it into pieces about an inch square, and cut each kidney into 8 pieces.

Then cover the bottom with a portion of the steak and a few pieces of kidney; season with salt and pepper (some add a little flour to thicken the gravy, but it is not necessary), and then add another layer of steak, kidney, and seasoning.

Then cover the bottom with a portion of the steak and a few pieces of kidney; season with salt and pepper (some add a little flour to thicken the gravy, but it is not necessary), and then add another layer of steak, kidney, and seasoning.

of steak and 2 kidneys allow 4 hours.

Beef-steak pudding may be very much enriched by adding a few oysters or mushrooms.

of steak, 8 potatoes, 1/4 lb. of butter, salt and pepper to taste, 1 teaspoonful of minced herbs.

Put the herbs and seasoning in the butter the potatoes were fried in, pour it under the steak, and place the fried potatoes round, as a garnish.

Turn them frequently with steak-tongs (if these are not at hand, stick a fork in the edge of the fat, that no gravy escapes), and in from 8 to 10 minutes they will be done.

The exact time for broiling steaks must be determined by taste, whether they are liked underdone or well done; more than from 8 to 10 minutes for a steak 3/4 inch in thickness, we think, would spoil and dry up the juices of the meat.

Oyster, tomato, onion, and many other sauces, are frequent accompaniments to rump-steak, but true lovers of this English dish generally reject all additions but pepper and salt.

of rump-steak, 1/4 lb. of butter, 1 pint of gravy (water may be substituted for this), salt and pepper to taste, 1 shalot finely minced, 1/2 pickled walnut, 1 teaspoonful of capers.

Have the steak cut thin, and divide it in pieces about 3 inches long; beat these with the blade of a knife, and dredge with flour.

INGREDIENTS.1 lb. of rump-steak, salt and pepper to taste, 2 oz. of butter, 1 onion minced, 1/4 pint of water, 1 tablespoonful of Harvey's sauce, or lemon-juice, or mushroom ketchup; 1 small bunch of savoury herbs.

FRIED RUMP-STEAK.

Time.8 minutes for a medium-sized steak, rather longer for a very thick one.

Hold the pan over the fire for a minute or two, just let the gravy simmer, then pour on the steak, and serve.

of rump-steak, 1 egg, 1 tablespoonful of minced savoury herbs, pepper and salt to taste, 1 pint of stock, No. 105, 2 or 3 slices of bacon, 2 tablespoonfuls of any store sauce, a slight thickening of butter and flour.

BEEF-STEAK, Rolled, Roasted, and Stuffed.

of rump-steak, forcemeat No. 417, pepper and salt to taste, clarified butter.

Make a forcemeat by recipe No. 417; spread it over half of the steak; roll it up, bind and skewer it firmly, that the forcemeat may not escape, and roast it before a nice clear fire for about 1-1/2 hour, or rather longer, should the roll be very large and thick.

Keep it constantly basted with butter, and serve with brown gravy, some of which must be poured round the steak, and the remainder sent to table in a tureen. Time.1-1/2 hour.

STEWED BEEF or RUMP STEAK (an Entree).

of beef or rump steak, 3 onions, 2 turnips, 3 carrots, 2 or 3 oz. of butter, 1/2 pint of water, 1 teaspoonful of salt, 1/2 do.

INGREDIENTS.1-1/2 lb. of rump-steak, 1 sheep's kidney, pepper and salt to taste.

Cut up the steak and kidney into convenient-sized pieces, and put them into a pie-dish, with a good seasoning of salt and pepper; mix the flour with a small quantity of milk at first, to prevent its being lumpy; add the remainder, and the 3 eggs, which should be well beaten; put in the salt, stir the batter for about 5 minutes, and pour it over the steak.

Cut up the steak and kidney into convenient-sized pieces, and put them into a pie-dish, with a good seasoning of salt and pepper; mix the flour with a small quantity of milk at first, to prevent its being lumpy; add the remainder, and the 3 eggs, which should be well beaten; put in the salt, stir the batter for about 5 minutes, and pour it over the steak.

The remains of cold beef, rather underdone, may be substituted for the steak, and, when liked, the smallest possible quantity of minced onion or shalot may be added.

They ate all the steak and potatoes.

In pleasant reference to himself and Mr. Hoole, as brother authours, he often said, 'Let you and I, Sir, go together, and eat a beef-steak in Grub-street.' Sir William Chambers, that great Architect, whose works shew a sublimity of genius, and who is esteemed by all who know him for his social, hospitable, and generous qualities, submitted the manuscript of his Chinese Architecture to Dr. Johnson's perusal.

" The waiter brought their steak.

"We are going to have a cocktail, you and I, within two minutes, young lady, and a steak afterwards.

As he stood with his two fore feet on the haunch, while he tugged and tore out a beef-steak, I once more grasped old "Sam Nock," and ran the muzzle out of the little port.

A New Way of Cooking Steak.

I never smelt anything so good as that dinner smelt, less 'twas a good venison steak on the coals, when you're putty hungry.

His greatest triumph, however, was at supper, when he helped Hal to a bountiful supply of the fat, juicy steak.

" Ned was delighted with Tom's story, while Patsey declared that "he'd thry that way of cooking, steak the first blissid thing he did in the mornin',that he would, sure.

" "Dat is fat vill do ver' vell," said Henri; "vill you please donnez me one petit morsel of steak.

He walked past the News Shop and Ann's Deli and turned down the hill to Deanie's for a celebratory steak, still wondering what had upset Willow.

He had a steak sandwich, apple pie, and coffee.

"I had a craving for rare steak last night.

Oh, and take the rest of that steak sandwich with you."

"There's a nice steak and onions at home for supper.

There was a steak and onions for supper.

So I purchased Mr. Briggs's book, and went to Guy's, to cut the leaves over a steak and a bottle of Edinburgh ale.

This must be done, like a steak, quickly.

As to being hungry, I am!" "Come along, then, uncle!" cried the boy, and Uncle Sol and his nephew were speedily engaged on a fried sole, with a prospect of steak to follow.

Rump steak I ween," he added, sniffing, "food meet for the mighty Shamash (that pun was fortuitous, I need not say) or a ravenous medical jurist.

Can you explain to me, Polton, how it is that your rump steak is better than any other steak?

Can you explain to me, Polton, how it is that your rump steak is better than any other steak?

"I usually bruise it in the mortar before cooking, without breaking up the fibre too much, and then I heat up the little cupel furnace to about 600 C, and put the steak in on a tripod.

While we breakfasted without steak of bear or cutlet of moose, Ripogenus gradually retracted itself, and became conscious again of what poetry there is in a lake's pause and a rapid's flow.

We'll have a steak for dinner!"

Hubert learnt that there was no set dinner, but there was a beef-steak pudding at one, price fourpence, a penny potatoes, a penny bread.

"I didn't burn the steak.

Have a steak of a bear, the finest, juiciest, tenderest bear that was ever killed.

" "And eat a big black bear steak every hour or so," said Robert.

" "I think I will," said Robert, as he held the steak on the end of a sharpened stick over the coals and listened to the pleasant sizzling sound, "and after this is finished and a respectable time has elapsed, I may take another.

Holding a juicy bear steak in his hand, Tayoga walked over to the helpless spy and examined him critically.

" "But it is no better than the tender steak of young bear," said Tayoga, with all the inflections of a gourmand.

For the hungry man nothing is superior to the taste or for the building up of sinews and muscles than the steak of fat young bear.

The lover never asks his fair one if she admires Donizetti's compositions, but tenderly inquires if she loves beef-steak pies.

I slept like a tired child when I got 'ome, and arter a steak and onions for dinner I sat down and lit my pipe and tried to think wot was to be done.

"Give Merle another bit of the steak, Mother," urged Judge Penniman.

"How much is round steak?" she inquired.

It did not look particularly tender and Migwan thought distressedly how her mother would complain when she found round steak instead of porterhouse.

"Isis there any way of making tough round steak tender?" she asked timidly, just a little ashamed to admit that they had to eat round steak.

"I hold that there's nothing better in the woods than young bear," said Willet, as he ate a juicy steak Robert had broiled over the coals.

He knew that the quiet School Trustee kind of a Man who goes Home at Sundown for 364 Days in the Year, with the Morning Steak and a Roll of Reading Matter under his Arm, is the worst Indian in the World when he does find himself among the Tall Houses and gets it Up his Nose.

"Do you think, Lieutenant, that after such a long walk you could manage another bear steak?"

They catch people who look interesting, assemble their members during the mid-day lunch-hour, and, tying the victim to a steak, bid him discourse on anything that he thinks he knows.

I'll take a steak along for to-night.

Many a rider rode into camp with an antelope haunch tied to his gorgeous red and black saddle; and the wooden spits held delicious bits of antelope steak that night, broiling over the coals while the vaqueros sang old Spanish love-songs to lighten the time of waiting.

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After horse-radish has borne seed once or twice, its root becomes hard, brown on the outside, not juicy when it is scraped, and eats more like little chips than like a garden vegetable; so that, at taverns and eating-houses, there frequently seems to be a rivalship on the point of toughness between the horse-radish and the beef-steak; and it would be well if this inconvenient rivalship never discovered itself any where else.

"I brought you in here that you might sit at Voltaire's table, and eat your steak under the shadow of Voltaire's bust; but this salon is chiefly frequented by law-studentsthe other by medical and art students.

" A grouchy butcher, who had watched the price of porterhouse steak climb the ladder of fame, was deep in the throes of an unusually bad grouch when a would-be customer, eight years old, approached him and handed him a penny.