steak tartare

steak tar·​tare | \ -tär-ˈtär How to pronounce steak tartare (audio) \

Definition of steak tartare

: highly seasoned ground beef eaten raw

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Other than that, the best of the old Four Seasons has been successfully transplanted—the steak tartare, the farmhouse duck and, of course, the celebratory mountain of pink cotton candy, now with a bit more of a deliberate swirl. Steven Stolman, Town & Country, "A Clear-Eyed Assessment of the New Four Seasons—By Someone Who Loved the Old One," 7 Sep. 2018 Steak frites, steak tartare, coq au vin, snails in garlic, and a dessert created in honor of the Paris-Brest-Paris race are just some of the specialties perfected by the capital's chefs. Fox News, "TASTE OF THE TOUR: Paris delights saving the best for last," 28 July 2018 The steak tartare is perfectly cut with mushroom duxelles and piquant aioli, and the escargots are buttery and tender, never chewy. Todd Plummer, Condé Nast Traveler, "18 Best Restaurants in Boston," 16 July 2018 Zinc Bistro Tempting starters include pork belly with vegetable ratatouille ($16); and Creekstone steak tartare served with Noble anchovy toast ($18). Georgann Yara, azcentral, "French restaurants in Phoenix to celebrate Bastille Day," 9 July 2018 Some things have stayed the same, and for the right reasons, including a nice rib-eye steak, a posh steak tartare and perfectly grilled octopus with corona beans. Mike Sutter, San Antonio Express-News, "Review: Reborn Rebelle now San Antonio’s finest seafood restaurant," 14 June 2018 Executive chef John daSilva served steak tartare, whipped baccala, and pureed eggplant studded with currants. Kara Baskin,, "Keeping the spirit alive at Somerville’s Spoke Wine Bar," 5 June 2018 In the main dining room, the menu from Landry and Executive Chef David Whitmore includes steak tartare on warm onion rolls, crawfish bread made with raclette, a wagyu beef daube and a Caesar salad prepared tableside. Todd A. Price,, "Fun is the goal at Jack Rose restaurant inside the Pontchartrain Hotel: opening alert," 10 Apr. 2018 That same Akaushi — a breed famous for its Kobe-style marbling — made for steak tartare as sleek as an Hermes scarf, a fine grind accessorized with a raw quail egg, capers, dijon mustard and a horseradish rush. Mike Sutter, San Antonio Express-News, "Review: Fairmount’s Silo Prime a dimmer version of Silo excellence," 8 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of steak tartare

1911, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for steak tartare

French tartare Tartar

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