Cut the steak half an inch thick from between the two ribs,
remove all gristle and fat, and trim in the shape of a flat pear.
Sprinkle both sides with salt, pepper and oil to prevent outside
hardening. Broil ten minutes over a moderate and even fire. Place about
four ounces of maitre d’hotel butter on a dish. Lay the steak upon it
and garnish with fried potatoes, serving either piquant, D’Italian, or
tomato sauce.

Jewish Recipes


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