Tbone surf and turf dinner ideaImpress your Valentine with this delicious sharing steak.



  1. Remove packaging and bring to room temperature (take out of the fridge 2 hrs prior to cooking)
  2. Pre heat oven to 200°C
  3. Season T-bone well with salt & pepper on both sides
  4. If you have a Meater thermometer (best Valentine's gift!), insert into the Porterhouse side of the T-bone (the larger steak area) and program the cooking to a 55°C target temperature for medium rare
  5. Heat 3 Tbsp oil in a frying pan and sear T-Bone for 3 mins on each side to caramelise the meat
  6. Place meat in the oven and follow the Meater cooking advice

If you don’t have a Meater, follow the same process. Place T-Bone in the oven for about 15 minutes at 200°C.

To finish:

  • Rest for at least 10 mins.
  • Carve meat off the bone, slice & share.



    1. Remove packaging and place scallops on a paper towel for 30 min prior cooking to bring them to room temperature
    2. While the T-Bone is resting… season scallops with salt & pepper on both sides
    3. In a hot frying pan, add 3 Tbsp olive oil and sear the scallops for 2 mins on each side, they will still be moist and delicious
    4. Remove from the pan and place on your dish straight away



    1. Pre heat oven at 180°C
    2. Place as many tomatoes as desired on a roasting tray with 5 Tbsp olive oil drizzled over the tomatoes, or use an oil spray and spray generously
    3. Season tomatoes with salt & pepper and sprinkle with thyme 
    4. Roast in the oven for 30 min

    TIP - this side can be done first before cooking the meat and scallops, and be quickly reheated at the end while the scallops are cooking.



    Called the "Superior Gold" or Directors cut of meat. The tenderloin and sirloin attached to the bone gives you a deeper flavour and tenderness in the meat.

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    This is an inspirational guide only; recipe details and cooking information are a freestyle cooking process and are not to be taken as exact. Finished results may vary, if looking for a detailed cooking guide we recommend searching for more options on Google.


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    Beef T-Bone Steak   |   Meater+ Thermometer   |   Olive Oil


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