Grilled Porterhouse with Brown Butter and Horseradish
Meet the most memorable steak you'll ever slice. It's a riff on Tuscany's "bistecca alla Fiorentina", a grilled porterhouse that is traditionally topped with arugula and a splash of olive oil. We added crunchy celery and briny olives to punch up the greens, tossed it all with lemon juice for brightness, and swapped the oil out for a drizzle of garlicky brown butter. A grating of horseradish serves as the flavor-packed final touch.
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For this recipe, ask your butcher to cut your porterhouse two inches thick. If you can only find 1-to-1 1/4-inch steaks, swap in two and grill them over direct heat for just three to four minutes a side for medium-rare.