Choice grade beef has less marbling than Prime, but is still of very high quality. This is the most popular grade of beef because it contains sufficient marbling for taste and tenderness, while costing less than Prime, with Choice cuts being juicy enough to make that dinner of yours still delicious and amazing.
Porterhouse steaks consist of a T-shaped bone with meat on each side, the larger side containing meat from the strip loin, whereas the smaller side contains the tenderloin. They are not to be confused with T-bone steaks, since porterhouse steaks are taken from the back end of the short loin, resulting in larger pieces of tenderloin, versus the T-bone steak, taken from the front end of the short loin and having less portion of tenderloin.
Porterhouse steaks are highly valued due to them containing meat from two the highest valued cuts of beef. Wrapped in trays with film and wax paper. Must be thoroughly cooked.