Servings: three to four.
Unlike a lot of chefs who fan out the porterhouse after carving, I prefer a more organic approach. I cut out the bone, slice the sirloin and tenderloin, and then reassemble the steak on the plate in its original form. If there’s a tail of meat on the porterhouse, fold it to one side and secure with a skewer before grilling.
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