[LAU] [COMPLETELY OT} Is it true? :-)
stephen.doonan at gmail.com
Sat Aug 30 19:25:46 EDT 2008
Julien Claassen wrote:
> This is for all the english-mothertongued lads, mates and even guys here: Do
> you really say "Holzfaellersteak"? [...] a meal called "lumberjack steak", not havng
> an English translation. Oh all the poor Germans, who don't know th and English
> r, who think this was born in canada or the woods of Maine. :-)
What _is_ "lumberjack steak"? How is it different from just plain steak?
:-) If it's just bigger--and not prepared any differently--then where I
live (Southwestern US) it might be called a "Texas steak," a huge slab
of beef that, if you can eat all of it, every last bit, you don't have
to pay for it (in some restaurants).
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