Also indexed as:Filet Mignon
Butchers cut tenderloin steaks from the tenderloin muscle, which runs along the top of the loin. In the United States, tenderloin is also known as filet mignon, a French term meaning a small, boneless piece of meat, though the French save this name exclusively for cuts from the small end of the tenderloin muscle.
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