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Old 10-22-2012, 04:09 PM   #1
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Default Grilled whole tenderloin filet

Not the usual slow and low bbq here, I was cooking for my nephews bday party yesterday and grilled up some awesome filet mignon sliders. I got a hold of some Creekstone Farms Master Chef pismos, trimmed 'em up nice, rubbed some olive oil onto them, some coarse black pepper and coarse sea salt. Used my Crown Verity MCB48 to grill these up. Fired the 4 center burners up and got them nice and hot. I dropped the steaks on top of those burners, got a nice sear, then shut them off and fired up the outside burners and let them cook a few minutes with indirect. Since I was serving these to a group of people and was going to slice them paper thin with the meat slicer, i went closer to medium than I normally would.

They came out awesome, the meat was super tender. The Creekstone Master Chef label is great stuff.

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I'd eat one of those if you twisted my arm really hard.
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Old 10-22-2012, 04:28 PM   #3
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That had to be a hit!
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Went over huge, everyone loved them. I got the creekstone meat from Pat Lafrieda meat purveyors, my rep told me they get like 90% of Creekstone's best stuff.
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Great work, looks perfect!
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That looks fantastic!
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