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  1. Flank steak - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Flank steak is a cut of beef taken from the abdominal muscles or lower chest of the steer. French butchers refer to it as bavette, which means "bib". Similarly, it is known in Brazil as fraldinha (literally: "little diaper").

  2. Matambre - Wikipedia

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    Matambre, also known as suadero in Mexico (North American Country), is the name of a very thin cut of beef in Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay, taken from between the skin and the ribs, a sort of flank steak. It is not the cut known normally in the U.S. as flank steak. It is a rose colored muscle taken between the skin and the ribs of the steer.

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  4. Talk:Flank steak - Wikipedia

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    Two WikiPedia articles (Skirt steak and Flank steak) each claim to be the souce for the Mexican dish called Arrachera. I had always understood that Arrachera was the Skirt steak , however I am no authority in this area, but I would like to know the real facts of this matter.

  5. Hanger steak - Wikipedia

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    Hanger steak resembles flank steak in texture and flavor. It is a vaguely V-shaped pair of muscles with a long, inedible membrane running down the middle. The hanger steak is usually the most tender cut on an animal, aside from the tenderloin, which has no fat. Anatomically speaking, the hanger steak is the crura, or legs, of the diaphragm.

  6. Steak - Wikipedia

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    Etymology. The word steak originates from the mid-15th century Scandinavian word steik, or stickna' in the Middle English dialect, along with the Old Norse word steikja. The Oxford English Dictionary's first reference is to "a thick slice of meat cut for roasting or grilling or frying, sometimes used in a pie or pudding; especially a piece cut from the hind-quarters of the animal."

  7. Flank - Wikipedia

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    Flank may refer to: Flank (anatomy), part of the abdomen Flank steak, a cut of beef; Part of the external anatomy of a horse; Flank speed, a nautical term; Flank opening, a chess opening; A term in Australian rules football; The side of a military unit, as in a flanking maneuver; Flanking, a sound path in architectural acoustics

  8. Picanha - Wikipedia

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    Picanha is a cut of beef first made popular in Brazil, and later adopted in Portugal.. In the United States, the cut is little known and often named top sirloin cap, rump cover, rump cap, or culotte.

  9. Skirt steak - Wikipedia

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    The inside skirt steak is often confused with the flank steak, which is the tail of the porter house and T-bone steaks of the short loin found on the flank. It has similar cooking properties. In the United States, the North American Meat Processors Association (NAMP) classifies all skirts steaks NAMP 121.

  10. FLANK STEAK | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    flank steak definition: 1. a cheap piece of meat cut from the side of a cow: 2. a cheap piece of meat cut from the side of…. Learn more.

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