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    Filet Mignon

    So last night I decided to make a couple of filets because they were on sale. So I followed this recipe and the result was




    sooooo good. i had never made it before and i dont think i have personally ordered filet before - only tried other people's.

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    Damn that sounds great. How much do the filets normally cost?

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    cooking filets is super easy

    just add brucken (its a steak seasoning that the pine club in dayton uses) grill for about 4 min, flip, grill for about 3 min, and eat
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    USDA Choice was on sale for $10.99 /lb, normally priced at $17.99 /lb . Thats here at least at the Harris Teeter. Non-USDA Choice was a dollar less.

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    Yeah filet / cheese / reduction can't go wrong there. Looks delicious

    Did something similar last week. 10 oz filets(thick bacon wrapped/ maytag blue cheese / portwine&dijonmustard&thyme reduction.

    Oh yeah, salt and pepper for seasoning.

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    Looks and sounds amazing. definitly going to be preparing this soon.

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    filet is so tender you don't even need any seasoning.

    wrapping it in bacon is a must.

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    I cook my bacon about halfway before wrapping it on the tenderloin so it gets good and crispy without having to over cook the beef to get the pork done.

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    Not a fan of Filet Mignon, not very much flavor and not enough fat.

    Its a womans cut!

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    Haha zox, you all about delmonico?

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    Yup!
    Its all about the Rib eye baby

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoxygen View Post
    Yup!
    Its all about the Rib eye baby
    I used to be all about Ribeyes, but lately I just can't get enough NY strip.


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    ribeyes are too fatty for my liking. i usually would go for a ny strip.

    why do you love fat so much zoxy

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    Because thats where the flavor is!

    I don't notice a difference in fat though between NY strip and rib eye. The Rib eye usually has better marbling and is more tender for it. Maybe a bit more fat but in no way do I find the difference very noticeable.

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    T-bone in the house! You are right about the filet. It just doesn't have enough fat, which means not much flavor. Thats why the bacon is a must.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tach View Post
    T-bone in the house! You are right about the filet. It just doesn't have enough fat, which means not much flavor. Thats why the bacon is a must.
    the thing about the tbone is that you get the new york stripe on one side then the filet on the other side. which is why it's the best.

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    wrapping bacon around a good filet is such injustice

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    Filet is all right, but I like myself a nice Ribeye, cooked...rarely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brunell View Post
    wrapping bacon around a good filet is such injustice
    qft, both are better alone.

    I prefer a new york with a little dry seasoning on it, rare.

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    Ribeye rare is where it's at...



    Though I have had a few filets prepared in sauces and stuff that is just redankulous, but that's not really a battle of the steak.

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