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  1. rants
    Enough With the BeetsBeet steaks will always be a letdown.
  2. food politics
    Mitt Romney’s Favorite Meat Is ‘Hot Dog’Hamburger comes in at a controversial No. 2.
  3. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Steakhouses in New YorkThe definition of this sacred New York dining institution has changed over the years, but the best steakhouses share certain time-honored qualities.
  4. well-done threat
    Trump’s Steak–and–Ice Cream Terror Continues Across AsiaHe kicked off his trip to Japan with the “best quality” steak and a chocolate sundae.
  5. bad steak
    Just How Ugly Is This Steak Dish From the Restaurant in Trump’s Chicago Hotel?The internet says: extremely.
  6. grub guides
    12 New Steaks to Eat This SummerThere’s plenty of beef to go around.
  7. rent hikes
    Sparks, One of New York’s Best Steakhouses, Could See Its Rent DoubleJust in time for its 50th anniversary.
  8. international scandals
    World Leaders Prepare to Serve Steak and Ketchup on Trump’s Trip AbroadHosts will do their best to accommodate the president’s picky eating habits.
  9. big little meat
    Lalito’s Baby Steak Is All About Big Flavors in Small PackagesIt’s more steak tapas than steak dinner.
  10. food rules
    Why You Should Never Order Steak Well DoneAnd please don’t put ketchup on it!
  11. best of new york
    The Absolute Best Steak Tartare in New YorkRanking the city’s best raw meat.
  12. Serious Steel
    The Burly, Beautiful (and Sometimes Brightly Colored) Steak Knives of New YorkThe best restaurant steak knives, much like the best steaks, announce themselves at a table.
  13. Closings
    Michael White’s Italian Steakhouse Costata Will Close This MonthThe Soho spot’s final service will be December 31.
  14. Openings
    Blu on Park Is New York’s Newest Luxury SteakhouseThe Upper East Side restaurant is unabashedly grand and glamorous.
  15. The Dish
    How Bowery Meat Company Found Its Signature Rib-Eye CapHighly marbled and super-succulent — the meat-world equivalent of icing on the cake.
  16. Accomplishments
    Ultimate American Hero Eats Two 72-Ounce Steak Dinners in 15 Minutes“I wasn’t really going for time.”
  17. Beef
    All-Star Purveyors: Pat LaFrieda Now Supplies ‘90 or 95’ Percent ofBig news for porterhouse lovers.
  18. Openings
    What to Eat at American Cut, Marc Forgione’s Tribeca SteakhouseWould you like your beef 21-day wet-aged and 28-day dry-aged?
  19. The Chain Gang
    McDonald’s Capitalizes on the Cachet of ‘Steak’ for BreakfastHow deluxe.
  20. Grub Guides
    New York’s Oldest Dry-Aged Steaks, Ranked by AgeWhere can you get some seriously old beef?
  21. Pedigree
    Steak Labels Will Now Show Where Animals Were Born, Raised, and SlaughteredA new federal rule went into effect yesterday.
  22. Grub Guides
    Serious Beef: 15 Fantastic New York Steaks That Cost Less Than $30Stick to the good kind of meat sweats.
  23. Closings
    Is A New Restaurant Moo-ving in on Morton’s Steakhouse?No! Not a vacant steakhouse!
  24. Rain Please
    The Drought Could Substantially Inflate the Price of SteaksCry me a river. No, really.
  25. Quote of the Day
    But Romney Doesn’t Even DrinkPresident Obama uses martinis as metaphor.
  26. Steak Yums
    There’s a ‘New’ Cut of Beef: the Vegas Strip SteakAlthough nobody is willing to talk about where, exactly, the cut comes from.
  27. Steak
    The Uptown Il Mulino Will Be Called BisteccaMovin’ on up.
  28. Bets
    Denver Mayor Sends Menino SteakBut Tom gives it away.
  29. Steak
    Good-bye, Angelo and Maxie; Hello, Vic and AnthonyMore of the same.
  30. Overnights
    Top Chef Recap: I’m Gonna Need Someone to Look That Up on TheirTom thinks that maybe he picked the wrong finalists for this season.
  31. Steak
    Let Them Eat Steak: Why High-End Steakhouses Are FlourishingSomeone is paying for all those dry-aged steaks.
  32. Stadium Eats
    Food Network Will Soon Be Slinging Baseball-Stadium SandwichesSteak Sandwiches headed to eight Major League stadiums.
  33. The Food Chain
    Ferrara Baker Ernest Lepore Adores the Kobe Steak at Boa“We season it very heavily with salt and pepper, and we cook it on a cast-iron pan … and you develop a very nice crust — make sure it’s perfect.”
  34. Openings
    Ulrich Sterling Plans Latin Steakhouse Beneath Agua DulceA look at Carniceria AD’s menu.