Through Tuscan ingenuity and persistence, Italians can now gorge on their beloved Fiorentina Steak, banned on account of he BSE crisis - or at least its slightly modified version. The EU has accepted a plan by a Pisa official who had been insisting that only a part of the bone of Fiorentina, not the entire T-bone, need to be removed for protection against BSE. The method is called "Alla Pasqualetti" and named after Gianluca Pasqualetti, a health official at a slaughterhouse near the Tuscan town of Pisa.