BEEF FILLET STEAK IN THE PIECE

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BEEF FILLET STEAK IN THE PIECE

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The ultimate tender roast. Why not try it pepper crusted or with mustard-based rub? Did you know that fillet is the second leanest cut of meat that you can get?

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