Baron of Beef

The cut of beef which consists of both sides of the back or two sirloins which is left uncut at the bone and roasted, a baron of beef can weigh from 50 to 100 pounds, depending on the size of the animal.

Today, a baron of beef is rarely served, except at banquets or at large restaurants. The term ‘baron’ is also applied to a large cut of mutton or lamb comprising the saddle and the two legs.

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