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steak tartare

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
steak tartareˌsteak tarˈtare noun [uncountable]  DFsteak that is cut into very small pieces and eaten raw, usually with a raw egg
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steak tartareAll this was a lifetime away from steak tartare.I asked the captain if some one in the kitchen could improvise steak tartare, and of course some one could.When he saw that Rostang had no steak tartare on his menu, he sulked.We went to dinner a few more times, always at places that served steak tartare.I pointed out to him that steak tartare is not a test of a kitchen.
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