How big is a whole beef tenderloin?

Answer A whole beef tenderloin, trimmed, is about 2 feet long and 2 or 3 inches in diameter. It will weigh 4 to 6 pounds. Untrimmed, it is slightly larger and weighs about double due to the excess fat, si... Read More »

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What is beef tenderloin?

Beef tenderloin comes from the short loin muscle of a cow, located between the sirloin muscles of the back and the cow's ribs. Beef tenderloin has a delicate texture and flavor, making it a popular... Read More »

What Vegetables Go Well With Beef Tenderloin?

Beef tenderloin makes an impressive visual presentation upstaged only by its juiciness and flavor. While fans of the elegant, tender roast may claim it needs no partners on the plate, a variety of ... Read More »

How to Filet a Beef Tenderloin?

You can save money by purchasing a large cut of meat such as beef tenderloin and butchering it down into the cuts of meat you want. In the beginning, it will be a time-consuming process, but after ... Read More »

How Much Should I Pay for Beef Tenderloin by the Pound?

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