National Filet Mignon Day is celebrated on August 13 of every year. It is usually from a steer or heifer, a filet mignon is a steak cut of beef taken from the smaller end of the tenderloin of the beef carcass. It is also considered as most desirable and most expensive.
“I’m not impressed by any cooks who can brag about a filet mignon. A guy who can take the neck of a shank or can use tripe to make into something delicious is really interesting to me; that’s impressive.” – Anthony Bourdain
History of Filet Mignon Day
The creator of National Filet Mignon Day was unknown. When found on a French menu, filet mignon may also refer to pork rather than beef. Filet mignon served as pieces which cut into 1 inch to 2 inch thick portions and grilled. When found in grocery stores, filet mignon is already cut into bacon sheltered portions.
Other Celebrations on August 13
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How to Celebrate Filet Mignon Day
Celebrating the Filet Mignon Day is quite easy and very simple to remember. You can have Filet Mignon for all your meals on that day. Just end the day with delicious Filet Mignon Day, together with friends and family. share them on social media by using the hashtag #NationalFiletMignonDay or #FiletMignonDay.
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