filet mignon

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A filet mignon is a small round tender cut of beef from the centre of the fillet, similar to the tournedos. The term, which in French means literally ‘dainty fillet’, has been in fairly common use in American English since the beginning of the twentieth century, but never seems to have caught on to the same extent in British English.

Subjects: Cookery, Food, and Drink.

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