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    newyorks

    WE SELL BURGER, ROASTS, STEAKS, THE
    RIB EYES, NEW YORKS, SIRLOINS

    What is the meaning of "new york" here?

    I searched here
    Cook's Thesaurus: Beef Loin Cuts
    and they say "new york steak" = sirloin steak" and since "sirlons come right next to "new york" in the above sentence. Can you kindly tell me the main difference between "new york" and" siloins"?



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    Re: newyorks

    New York is cut from the short loin: Strip steak - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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