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Any butcher can probably get you a Joint of Sirloin by request, but you will not likely find it "on the shelf". A "Joint of Sirloin" is a rare cut in the US given the other possible uses of the sirloin. If one looks at the T-Bone/Porterhouse cuts, where the the "T"-bone bi-sects the steak. The smaller side is the tenderloin and the larger side is sirloin. ...


When you cook the meat in a closed dish then lots of liquid comes out. I have trouble understanding how flavour can enter the meat when cooking is extracting the liquid. Injecting the meat with a flavour (herbs etc) seems likely to be the only way of getting flavour in (unless you consider vacuum extracting moisture and then adding it back with flavour ...

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