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Amazing Eats: Sizzling Steaks

There is no meal more mouthwatering than a thick, juicy steak and Adam Richman is traveling the country to show us 5 amazing cuts that prove steak is the King of Beef.

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Did You Know? The Spanish brought the first beef cattle to the new world in 1540, but steak didn’t become a staple of the American diet until the 1800s, when the rise of the railroads and refrigerated shipping could move meat from Midwest stockyards to hungry patrons around the country.

Dish 1: Presidential T-Bone
Where: Cattleman’s, 1309 S. Agnew St., Oklahoma City, OK 73108

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