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# Clue
1. Salisbury ___
2. Chateaubriand, e.g.
3. Filet mignon
4. London broil
5. Filet mignon, for one
6. Word after round or flank
7. Cube, flank or Swiss
8. Cut of halibut
9. Tartare or Swiss
10. T-bone
11. Rare treat, sometimes
12. Diner's "turf"
13. Porterhouse or sirloin
14. Sirloin, e.g.
15. New York strip, e.g.
16. SeeDown
17. Strip, for one
18. Rib-eye
19. The turf in "surf and turf"
20. ___ sandwich
21. Minute ___ (thin cut)
22. T-bone, e.g.
23. T-bone or porterhouse
24. Joint made of southern hardwood
25. Takes out the meat
26. Common fajita filler
27. Grill master's entree
28. A vegan might make it from tofu or cauliflower
29. Portobello ___
30. Portobello entree
31. What carne asada is made from
32. It may be cubed
33. New York cut
34. Tuna serving
35. Prime purchase
36. It can be quite rare
37. Rare treat, maybe
38. Strip in a restaurant
39. Shell, strip or Swiss, e.g.
40. Sizzling entree
41. Sirloin or rib
42. Beef on the broiler
43. Beefeater's choice
44. Turf, in a seafood restaurant
45. Word that can follow the last word of 20-, 31-, 41- and 53-Across
46. Word with house or sauce
47. One may come with frites
48. T-bone or strip
49. Rib eye, e.g.
50. Wedding reception selection
51. Tuna slab
52. Swordfish slab
53. It may be round or cube
54. Minute or chuck
55. Chow from a cow
56. Grilling selection
57. __ au poivre
58. Salisbury __
59. Rarely ordered food?
60. It might be rare
61. Rib eye, for one
62. Cookout entree
63. Flank, e.g.
64. Porterhouse, for instance
65. Sirloin or porterhouse
66. Barbecued food
67. Ribeye or porterhouse
68. Swiss entree
69. Chop relative
70. Something grilled
71. Rickey Henderson record-breaking stat
72. Geyser's emission
73. Like a Turkish bath
74. Cooks, as some vegetables
75. More deserving of an R rating, say
76. Smack unexpectedly?
77. Some Mississippi River traffic
78. Unbelievable bargains
79. Covertness
80. Sci-fi subgenre with "retrofuturistic" technology
81. Somewhat less potent part of a psychedelic mushroom
82. With 9 Down, 'Reeling in the Years' rockers
83. Rock's -- Dan
84. Answering an ad is the first one
85. Member of CSN
86. Pricey Phish song off "Billy Breathes"?
87. Exercise aid
88. Pays the builder peanuts?
89. Type of bomber
90. Cook Maryland crabs
91. Cafeteria feature
92. Get ahead of (with "on")
93. Cookout splurge
94. Outback offering
95. Porterhouse
96. Half of "surf and turf"
97. Skirt or flank
98. Word after Swiss or cheese
99. Something served au poivre
100. Surf and turf serving
101. Word with strip or skirt
102. Meaty entrأ©e
103. Staple in many restaurants
104. It often gets a grilling
105. Entree item
106. Delmonico, for one
107. Salisbury, for one
108. See 95 Down
109. Start of a fast break, often
110. Porterhouse, for one
111. Vegan's taboo
112. Porterhouse, e.g.
113. It's rarely served less often these days
114. Turf, in some restaurants
115. ___ tartare
116. The "turf" of "surf and turf," usually
117. Au poivre serving
118. Rare serving, for some
119. The "turf" in surf and turf
120. It may be rare
121. T-bone or sirloin
122. Fajita filler
123. Cheese ___
124. Kind of sandwich
125. Minute ___
126. Cookout staple
127. Word with round or rump
128. Turf, as opposed to surf
129. The "turf" part of "surf and turf"
130. Hearty entree
131. It can be round or cubed
132. Hearty dinner entree
133. Chateaubriand
134. Ribeye, e.g.
135. Porterhouse or T-bone
136. Encircled (4)
137. Sizzling platter item
138. Meat cut at uncut price
139. "Au poivre" serving
140. "Swiss" entree
141. "Turf " not "surf"
142. "Turf " to a diner
143. A rare entree sometimes
144. Atkins selection
145. Barbecue entree
146. Barbecue meat
147. Black eye remedy
148. Butcher shop buy
149. Butcher-shop buy
150. Chateaubriand e.g.
151. Chicago entree
152. Chop alternative
153. Chop house specialty.
154. Chophouse offering
155. Chophouse order
156. Club ___.
157. Cookout choice
158. Cookout serving
159. Cookout treat.
160. Cube ___
161. Cube flank or Swiss
162. Cut of beef
163. Cut of meat.
164. Delmonico e.g.
165. Delmonico for one
166. Diner's choice.
167. Dish sometimes served "au poivre"
168. Dish sometimes served au poivre
169. Fajita filler often
170. Fajita meat
171. Fajita option
172. Fajitas option
173. Fare that may be rare
174. Filet mignon e.g.
175. Filet mignon for one
176. Filet mignon.
177. Flank e.g.
178. Grill meat
179. Grilled entree
180. Grilled food
181. Grilling candidate
182. Half of surf and turf
183. It can be rarely served
184. It gets a grilling
185. It may be served rarely
186. It may be well done
187. It may get a grilling
188. It might be a minute
189. It might be served au poivre
190. It's rarely served sometimes
191. It's rarely served?
192. It's red rarely?
193. It's sometimes rarely served
194. Kate's dinner
195. Kind of house
196. Kind of knife
197. Kind of knife or sandwich
198. Knife type
199. Lobster companion
200. Lobster's companion
201. Luxury cut
202. Macho entree
203. Meat served with potatoes
204. Meat sometimes served au poivre
205. Meaty entree
206. Menu entree
207. Menu favorite.
208. Menu item.
209. Menu offering.
210. Menu specialty.
211. Michael Jordan's offering
212. Minute ___.
213. New York strip e.g.
214. Nowadays it's rarely served less often
215. Pepper ___
216. Peter Luger offering
217. Porterhouse or strip
218. Porterhouse e.g.
219. Porterhouse for instance
220. Porterhouse for one
221. Porterhouse.
222. Pricey meat
223. Ranch entree
224. Rare entree?
225. Rare food sometimes
226. Rare order perhaps
227. Rare serving for some
228. Rare sight at a restaurant?
229. Rare thing found in a restaurant maybe
230. Rare treat maybe
231. Rare treat sometimes
232. Red meat.
233. Restaurant "turf"
234. Restaurant turf?
235. Restaurateur's turf?
236. Rev. Horton Heat "Eat ___"
237. Rev. Horton Heat: "Eat ___"
238. Rib eye e.g.
239. Rib-eye for instance
240. Rib-eye for one
241. Ribeye e.g.
242. Round for a course
243. Round or minute
244. Salisbury ___.
245. Salisbury for one
246. Salmon serving
247. Shell strip or Swiss e.g.
248. Sirloin e.g.
249. Sirloin for instance
250. Skirt ___ (flavorful cut)
251. Skirt e.g.
252. Slab of meat
253. Something rarely served?
254. Steer part
255. Strip in the kitchen
256. Strip or flank
257. Strip for one
258. Surf 'n' turf component
259. Surf and turf's "turf"
260. Surf and turf's 'turf'
261. Surf-'n'-turf item
262. Surf-and-turf component
263. Surf-n-turf item
264. Swiss ___.
265. T-bone for one
266. T-bone ___
267. T-bone or rib eye
268. T-bone or ribeye
269. T-bone e.g.
270. T-bone say
271. T-bone.
272. Tenderloin.
273. The "turf" of "surf and turf " usually
274. The "turf" of surf and turf
275. The "turf" on some menus
276. The turf of surf and turf
277. Theme of this puzzle
278. Treat from the grill
279. Turf you can eat
280. Turf as opposed to surf
281. Turf at a restaurant
282. Turf in a seafood restaurant
283. Turf in some restaurants
284. Turf to menu makers
285. Type of house with plenty of meat
286. Vegan's no-no
287. What Rev. Horton Heat told us to eat
288. What might get an A1 application?
289. Word after "skirt" or "hanger"
290. Word with sauce or house
291. ___ Diane
292. ___ au poivre
293. Tenderloin
294. The best meat
295. Word with strip or club
296. A rare entree, sometimes
297. Turf, to menu makers
298. Turf, not "surf"
299. House and knife leaders
300. Filet mignon e.g.
301. Appropriate
302. Filch
303. Good buy
304. Quite a bargain
305. Exceptional deal
306. Excellent buy
307. Bargain for a burglar?
308. Appropriate inappropriately
309. Place to get a ribeye
310. London broil and porterhouse
311. A1, for one
312. Tenderloin or T-bone
313. Like the B-2 bomber
314. Raw bar offering
315. One who's taking inventory?
316. Thief
317. Leave surreptitiously
318. Thieves
319. Fuming
320. Actress Anna
321. Inflexibility
322. Shooting marble
323. Charger
324. Knight mare?
325. Cat burglar's quality
326. Pocket
327. Pilfer
328. Take the wrong way?
329. Creep
330. Crib
331. Great bargain
332. Lift
333. Rib-eye, for instance
334. Incredible bargain
335. Yellowjacket attacks
336. Photographer Arbus's favorite dish?
337. Part of a high-cholesterol meal, maybe
338. Great deals
339. Take home?
340. Baseball tactic.
341. Furtiveness; slyness.
342. The best meat.
343. Break a Commandment.
344. Sharp knives for the table.
345. Meat or fish dish.
346. Thick slice of cod.
347. Porterhouse and club.
348. Filch.
349. Round ___.
350. Cook-out treats.
351. Extraordinary bargain: Colloq.
352. Baseball play: Colloq.
353. Bargain of a sort.
354. Special-purpose cutter.
355. Menu entries.
356. Swiss ___
357. Rare order, perhaps
358. __ Diane
359. T-bone, for one
360. See 41-Across
361. Hearty entrأ©e
362. Barbecue entrأ©e
363. Item on the menu
364. Favorite dish
365. Thick slice of cod
366. Meat or fish dish
367. American food staple
368. Round ___
369. Planked dish
370. Red meat
371. Cut of meat
372. Menu specialty
373. Cookout treat
374. Menu item
375. Menu favorite
376. Chateaubriand, eg
377. Big cut of tuna