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August 13th is National Filet Mignon Day! / #NationalFiletMignonDay

Posted on August 13, 2018

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Happy National Filet Mignon Day!

Here are today’s five thing to know about Filet Mignon:

  1. “Filet Mignon” is just a fancy name for a beef tenderloin steak.
  2. Famous author O. Henry coined the term filet mignon in his book, The Four Million in 1906.
  3. A French derivative, the literal meaning is small (mignon) boneless meat (filet).
  4. Filet Mignon is the cut from the small end of the beef tenderloin.
  5. Filet mignon is a steak cut of beef taken from the tenderloin, or psoas major of the steer or heifer.

Today’s Food History

  • 1899 Alfred Hitchcock was born. Renowned director known for his great love of food.
  • 1970 ‘Make It With You’ by Bread is #1 on the charts
  • 1991 Jack Ryan died. Before helping to develop the Barbie Doll for Mattell and create the ‘easy bake oven’, Ryan worked for the Pentagon designing missiles!
  • 2004 Julia Child died 2 days before her 92 birthday. American cooking authority, cookbook author, TV Cooking show host, etc. During World War II, she also worked for the OSS from 1941-1945 (The OSS is the forerunner of the CIA).

August 13th is National Filet Mignon Day!

Posted on August 13, 2017

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Here are today’s five thing to know about Filet Mignon:

  1. “Filet Mignon” is just a fancy name for a beef tenderloin steak.
  2. Famous author O. Henry coined the term filet mignon in his book, The Four Million in 1906.
  3. A French derivative, the literal meaning is small (mignon) boneless meat (filet).
  4. Filet Mignon is the cut from the small end of the beef tenderloin.
  5. Filet mignon is a steak cut of beef taken from the tenderloin, or psoas major of the steer or heifer.

Today’s Food History

  • 1899 Alfred Hitchcock was born. Renowned director known for his great love of food.
  • 1970 ‘Make It With You’ by Bread is #1 on the charts
  • 1991 Jack Ryan died. Before helping to develop the Barbie Doll for Mattell and create the ‘easy bake oven’, Ryan worked for the Pentagon designing missiles!
  • 2004 Julia Child died 2 days before her 92 birthday. American cooking authority, cookbook author, TV Cooking show host, etc. During World War II, she also worked for the OSS from 1941-1945 (The OSS is the forerunner of the CIA).

August 13th is National Filet Mignon Day!

Posted on August 13, 2016

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Here are today’s five thing to know about Filet Mignon:

  1. “Filet Mignon” is just a fancy name for a beef tenderloin steak.
  2. Famous author O. Henry coined the term filet mignon in his book, The Four Million in 1906.
  3. A French derivative, the literal meaning is small (mignon) boneless meat (filet).
  4. Filet Mignon is the cut from the small end of the beef tenderloin.
  5. Filet mignon is a steak cut of beef taken from the tenderloin, or psoas major of the steer or heifer.

Today’s Food History

  • 1899 Alfred Hitchcock was born. Renowned director known for his great love of food.
  • 1970 ‘Make It With You’ by Bread is #1 on the charts
  • 1991 Jack Ryan died. Before helping to develop the Barbie Doll for Mattell and create the ‘easy bake oven’, Ryan worked for the Pentagon designing missiles!
  • 2004 Julia Child died 2 days before her 92 birthday. American cooking authority, cookbook author, TV Cooking show host, etc. During World War II, she also worked for the OSS from 1941-1945 (The OSS is the forerunner of the CIA).

August 13 is National Filet Mignon Day

Posted on August 13, 2015

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Celebrate what is considered the ‘king’ of all steak cuts.

Here are today’s five thing to know about Filet Mignon:

  1. “Filet Mignon” is just a fancy name for a beef tenderloin steak.
  2. Famous author O. Henry coined the term filet mignon in his book, The Four Million in 1906.
  3. A French derivative, the literal meaning is small (mignon) boneless meat (filet).
  4. Filet Mignon is the cut from the small end of the beef tenderloin.
  5. Filet mignon is a steak cut of beef taken from the tenderloin, or psoas major of the steer or heifer.

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Today’s Pinterest Board: The world’s best steaks

Today’s Food History

  • 1899 Alfred Hitchcock was born. Renowned director known for his great love of food.
  • 1970 ‘Make It With You’ by Bread is #1 on the charts
  • 1991 Jack Ryan died. Before helping to develop the Barbie Doll for Mattell and create the ‘easy bake oven’, Ryan worked for the Pentagon designing missiles!
  • 2004 Julia Child died 2 days before her 92 birthday. American cooking authority, cookbook author, TV Cooking show host, etc. During World War II, she also worked for the OSS from 1941-1945 (The OSS is the forerunner of the CIA).

National Filet Mignon Day

Posted on August 13, 2013

National Filet Mignon Day

Five Food Finds about Filet Mignon

  • “Filet Mignon” is just a fancy name for a beef tenderloin steak.
  • Famous author O. Henry coined the term filet mignon in his book, The Four Million in 1906.
  • A French derivative, the literal meaning is small (mignon) boneless meat (filet).
  • Filet Mignon is the cut from the small end of the beef tenderloin.
  • Filet mignon is a steak cut of beef taken from the tenderloin, or psoas major of the steer or heifer.

Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1899 Alfred Hitchcock was born. He is my favorite movie director.

1970 ‘Make It With You’ by Bread is #1 on the charts

1991 Jack Ryan died. Before helping to develop the Barbie Doll for Mattell, Ryan worked for the Pentagon designing missiles!

2004 Julia Child died 2 days before her 92 birthday. American cooking authority, cookbook author, TV Cooking show host, etc. During World War II, she also worked for the OSS from 1941-1945 (The OSS is the forerunner of the CIA).

August 13 – National Filet Mignon Day

Posted on August 13, 2012

National Filet Mignon Day

Five Food Finds about Filet Mignon

  • “Filet Mignon” is just a fancy name for a beef tenderloin steak.
  • Famous author O. Henry coined the term filet mignon in his book, The Four Million in 1906.
  • A French derivative, the literal meaning is small (mignon) boneless meat (filet).
  • Filet Mignon is the cut from the small end of the beef tenderloin.
  • Filet mignon is a steak cut of beef taken from the tenderloin, or psoas major of the steer or heifer.

Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1899 Alfred Hitchcock was born. He is my favorite movie director.

1970 ‘Make It With You’ by Bread is #1 on the charts

1991 Jack Ryan died. Before helping to develop the Barbie Doll for Mattell, Ryan worked for the Pentagon designing missiles!

2004 Julia Child died 2 days before her 92 birthday. American cooking authority, cookbook author, TV Cooking show host, etc. During World War II, she also worked for the OSS from 1941-1945 (The OSS is the forerunner of the CIA).

  

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