Originally Posted by Robo410
that's ok, we're happy to have the recipe!
London Broil is a marinated flank steak ... great for grilling, tender when rare and sliced across the grain on a bias.
Cornish hens are very small chicken relations. Bigger than quail. serves 1 or 2 at most. probably from cornwall massachusets, lol.
the ranchers packers and resauranteurs of a country title the cuts . Ever had a New York Strip in London?? doubt it, lol. Go to South America where beef is what's for dinner too, and the cuts are named quite differently also.
But a knowlegable butcher won't steer ya wrong, whatever the cut is called.
Well, we don't 'broil', we 'grill' so wonder why it's called a London Grill? Mayeb its from a London in the USA?
So, there's a Cornwall, Mass... Who knew?
We call those small birds by their French name pouisson!
You're right - in countries around the world, there are different names - but it is interesting when the names are changed in countries where we all pretend to speak English!!!