Mr. Tuxbury would have helped the guests to beefsteak, and the rest of the family would have preferred the warmed-up veal stew.
We put into a lottery for a beefsteak pudding, and it is impossible to say what we may get.
"Then I'll take the beefsteak and never mind the nourishment," declared Jane, who was not particularly fond of beans.
The servant had followed Drayton into the room with a beefsteak underdone.
A sound jolting and change of air will produce wonders, and make me look once more upon a beefsteak with appetite.
Perhaps you'd like a slice of beefsteak and a piece of plum-pudding too, wouldn't you?
I often saw the same waiter afterwards at the hotel; and he never saw me without laughing, and exclaiming, "beefsteak!"
Bring me a beefsteak, some potatoes, and an apple-dumpling.'
As for beefsteak, it cannot compare with a luscious cut of moosemeat, the epicurean delight of the Northwest.
The next thing I knew, Bill was urging us to eat some beefsteak and bread.