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Beef T-Bone Florentine Steak

A culinary mind blower - one of the worlds sharing treats - not to be missed!
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How does one explain that the simplest Cut and recipe - can be a culinary mind blower?

But that is exactly what a T-Bone Florentine Steak is legendary for.

Outside of Florence the Florentine T-Bone Steak is frequently referred to as Fiorentina or Florentina

Hand prepared 

Hand prepared to the very highest professional standards by our Master Butchers - offering superb, juicy tasting, Premium Quality Beef, perfectly presented - in a way that we think is only fitting for such rare quality produce

Impeccable husbandry

Prepared from only truly Free Range, slow maturing, additive-free - naturally raised animals - with impeccable husbandry - on lush green pastures - and then Dry Aged to perfection 

Two of the most prized cuts

Owing to their large size and the fact that they contain meat from two of the most prized cuts of Beef (the Short Loin and the Tenderloin) -  T-Bone Steaks are generally considered one of the highest quality Steaks.

Designed to be shared

A Florentine T-Bone Steak is a normal T-Bone Steak sliced thick, into an enormous double portion weighing at least 800g - traditionally served rare - and designed to be shared - usually with a bottle of red Tuscan wine!

A quick Cut to cook - but also one to savour - slowly!

One of the jewels of the Steak world

Expert husbandry, impeccable provenance, careful preparation and quick cooking are all important to making this simply prepared Cut one of the jewels of the Steak world

The Origin

The Italian word for Steak is ‘bistecca” and derives from the English Beef Steak.

The Legend It seems that on one occasion a group of English merchants were in Florence and eagerly joined the banquet and started asking for “Beef Steak! Beef Steak!”… hence Bistecca!

That would be the legendary version, but it is more probable that eating a T-Bone Steak was a habit introduced by the English travellers and residents in Tuscany, just like the “Roast Beef”

One of the world’s sharing treats

Do have a look at the recipes if you have never enjoyed a T-Bone Florentine Steak before - as this is one of the world’s sharing treats - not to be missed!

Simple- quick - and a culinary mind blower!

Product Code:
Z1032

Beef T-Bone Florentine Steak

How does one explain that the simplest Cut and recipe - can be a culinary mind blower?

But that is exactly what a T-Bone Florentine Steak is legendary for.

Outside of Florence the Florentine T-Bone Steak is frequently referred to as Fiorentina or Florentina

Hand prepared 

Hand prepared to the very highest professional standards by our Master Butchers - offering superb, juicy tasting, Premium Quality Beef, perfectly presented - in a way that we think is only fitting for such rare quality produce

Impeccable husbandry

Prepared from only truly Free Range, slow maturing, additive-free - naturally raised animals - with impeccable husbandry - on lush green pastures - and then Dry Aged to perfection 

Two of the most prized cuts

Owing to their large size and the fact that they contain meat from two of the most prized cuts of Beef (the Short Loin and the Tenderloin) -  T-Bone Steaks are generally considered one of the highest quality Steaks.

Designed to be shared

A Florentine T-Bone Steak is a normal T-Bone Steak sliced thick, into an enormous double portion weighing at least 800g - traditionally served rare - and designed to be shared - usually with a bottle of red Tuscan wine!

A quick Cut to cook - but also one to savour - slowly!

One of the jewels of the Steak world

Expert husbandry, impeccable provenance, careful preparation and quick cooking are all important to making this simply prepared Cut one of the jewels of the Steak world

The Origin

The Italian word for Steak is ‘bistecca” and derives from the English Beef Steak.

The Legend It seems that on one occasion a group of English merchants were in Florence and eagerly joined the banquet and started asking for “Beef Steak! Beef Steak!”… hence Bistecca!

That would be the legendary version, but it is more probable that eating a T-Bone Steak was a habit introduced by the English travellers and residents in Tuscany, just like the “Roast Beef”

One of the world’s sharing treats

Do have a look at the recipes if you have never enjoyed a T-Bone Florentine Steak before - as this is one of the world’s sharing treats - not to be missed!

Simple- quick - and a culinary mind blower!

Beef T-Bone Florentine Steak

INGREDIENTS: Free Range Beef

ALLERGEN ADVICE: For Allergens, including Cereals containing Gluten, see Ingredients in Bold.
Cook thoroughly

Beef T-Bone Florentine Steak

Grilling

When it is time to cook it - the meat has to be at room temperature.

Never put a cold steak on the grill.

The Grill must be hot.

Cooking Florentine Steak begins by standing on the basis of the bone on the hot grill for about 15 minutes; in this way, the bone will transmit heat to the meat without cooking it, relaxing the fat fibres.

Once the interior of the Steak is warm, it is placed on high heat and cooked for 5/7 minutes each side, depending on the thickness.

The heat of the fire will then seal the meat quickly.

The steak should be turned only once and must be distinctly marked by the grill.

Once cooked place it on a wooden cutting board before you start slicing it so the juices will redistribute.

As side dishes consider simply cooked beans, baked potatoes (please no French Fries) or a fresh salad.

The salting of meat should be carried out only after cooking, possibly with cooking salt that will enhance the flavour of the meat without attacking it too much (while you eat the steak, discard the salt!).

Before you can eat it, Florentine Steak must rest between 10 and 15 minutes in a hot environment (such as a heated oven and then turned off) to allow redistribution of the juices.

Beef T-Bone Florentine Steak

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Beef T-Bone Florentine Steak