In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1bistec masculinefilete masculinechurrasco masculine Southern Conebife masculine Bolivia River Plate
- Suddenly we were experiencing great big steaks that were literally sizzling in front of you.
- Lay the steaks in a shallow dish and sprinkle with a teaspoon of paprika and the pink peppercorns.
- Eat strong cheese for protein I suppose, and salmon steaks with organic frozen peas because they are easy and tasty.
- Season the steaks with black pepper and a little oil and set them aside while you heat a grill or griddle pan.
- It would be very sad if all French cooks could manage was pizzas, steaks and burgers.
- The pub now has two restaurants serving anything from sausages to shark steaks.
- Among the meals on offer are chicken pasta, spaghetti bolognaise, tuna pizza and roast pork loin steaks.
- The French system of dissecting out muscles from a carcass yields other pieces of lean tender meat suitable for steaks.
- Dry the swordfish steaks with a paper towel, then sprinkle on a little salt and a bunch of pepper.
- Thick, succulent tuna steaks are first marinated in a simple dressing, and then barbecued until just cooked.
- Not eating stacks of spare ribs and steaks, but a balanced diet of meat, fish and vegetables is healthier.
- Lay two breaded steaks at a time into oil and cook on each side until golden brown.
- She cooked steaks and burgers in such a way that they almost mooed when prodded with a fork.
- Thickly slice the steaks and serve spiced-side up, with a drizzle of red wine sauce.
- They now make and sell their own sausages, steaks and burgers instead of getting someone else to do it.
- Throughout the country, French fries are eaten with steaks or minced raw meat.
- What is it about blokes and meat? steaks, burgers, chops are the way to a man's heart
- My cart is filled with the steaks my husband wants for dinner, and my heart is filled with the comfort of knowing he'll be home to enjoy them.
- Roll out the pastry and cut four oblong pieces large enough to enclose the steaks.
- We had opted to do grilled salmon steaks, accompanied by a salad and some tiny new potatoes I'd discovered in a larder.
1.2(cut)carne para filete femininecarne para bistec femininecarne para churrasco feminine Southern Conecarne para bife feminine Bolivia River Plate
- Prince Edward who gave the cook a night off and tried to make steak for dinner but burnt his hands in the process.
- His mother's mother and her husband came over for dinner this evening, and we had salad, steak, and vegetable on the patio.
- A green salad livened with blue cheese vinaigrette gets a fan of seared rare steak and colorful peppers.
- The thick eight-ounce steak was cooked just medium as she had ordered it.
- It's a wonderful recipe of pork, venison, steak, kielbasa sausage and sauerkraut.
- The chefs meanwhile offer up such delights as caviar, oysters and kangaroo steak.
- She finally arrives at my table with the bottle some minutes after my steak has arrived.
- A batter less precisely defined turns a simple tube steak into summer's ubiquitous corn dog.
- The first thing I did when I got back home to Glasgow was to cook myself a huge plate of steak and chips.
- The first time I cooked steak I didn't know when to stop and it turned out like a piece of black leather.
- And then went back, almost immediately, for steak and chips at four in the afternoon.
- Mark had ham ravioli, which I found floury, and then a great big boring piece of steak with pepper sauce.
- It provides a lean and tender steak that can be grilled, pan-fried or oven-cooked.
- There were also some quite spectacular pieces of dark red meat on show, available either in the form of a fat slab of steak or in choice little cuts delivered on a slice of crusty bread.
- I picked listlessly at my Black Angus steak, not quite al dente fettuccine, and sighed.
- Traditional pub favourites dominate the menu, including steak, scampi and lasagne, with a two meals for £5.99 offer.
- For mains we ordered the rib-eye steak, the pork tenderloin and the fish of the day.
- Your steak was part of an animal that was mooing not long ago!
- For mains there is a choice of three - rib eye steak, pork tenderloin or fish of the day.
- A versatile salad, this could be served as an accompaniment to grilled steak, chicken or the creamy fish pie above.
2British(cut for braising, stewing)carne para guisar femininecarne para estofar femininebefore noun [as modifier] steak and kidney pie — pastel de carne y riñones masculine
3feminine rodajamasculine filete
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