"My dad would rather drink beer with my college friends than have a steak dinner," he told Matt Lauer.
Stops in a couple of bars were followed by a late meal of steak and mussels.
In food, there are some factual things—you wouldn't call a well-done steak “steak tartare.”
If you and I could talk later over a steak, that would be cool.
For seafood and steak, head to neighboring Melrose Arch and try Pigalle.
I heard what you said when Lonesome ate up the steak, and I thought maybe you hadn't been for a long time.
I had also kep some good coffee warm for her, and some toast and steak.
One man who had no gridiron cooked a piece of steak on the kitchen tongs.
Burn the steak he will if I lave him with it, and Moike knows the sort of a bed he makes.
He looked into the pantry, and found half-a-dozen eggs, and a slice of steak.
mid-15c., "thick slice of meat cut for roasting," probably from Old Norse steik "roast meat," cognate with steikja "to roast on a spit," and ultimately "something stuck" (on a spit); related to stick (v.).
To stay where one is; not budge: No, stay put. I won't be but a minute (1843+)