Mention "beef tenderloin" around most people and those salivary glands instantly start to kick in. No cut has such a reputation as being "high-end" as the tenderloin, and it carries a price tag to match. With summer now upon us, we have a the best device to tackle the entire cut at once, the grill, and boy will you ever be loved by the backyard crowds when they see one of these over the flames.
How to Trim a Whole Beef Tenderloin for Roasting Dec 18, 2014 J. Kenji López-Alt Beef tenderloin is the most expensive cut of meat on the steer. At a good butcher or supermarket, a trimmed center-cut tenderloin can run you as much as $25 to $30 per pound! But there are ways to minimize that cost. The best way is to buy the tenderloin whole and untrimmed, bring it home, and trim it yourself.
"Oven roasting a whole filet of beef is an impressive, easy and delicious way to serve a crowd during the holiday season. The whole beef tenderloin is spread with soft butter, crusted with cracked rainbow peppercorns, and then baked until your desired doneness. A smooth, creamy and savory roasted garlic sauce is the perfect pair for the tenderloin while serving!" - Taylor from Taylor Takes a Taste
Peppercorn Beef Tenderloin with a Roasted Garlic Cream Sauce (Paleo, dairy-free)