bone–in

adjective

Definition of bone–in

of a cut of meat

  1. :  containing a bone :  attached to a bone If money is no object, our favorite steak for grilling is the bone-in porterhouse for two. — Chris Schlesinger et al, Gourmet, June 2003

bone–in

adverb Cooked bone-in with the skin on for extra flavor and juiciness … — Charles Kelsey, Cook's Illustrated, July & August 2008

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First Known Use of bone–in

1966


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