Beef tenderloin is not the cheapest cut of red meat, so when you decide to buy it, it's important that you make the most out of it. Whether it's for the holidays or a special night that you're looking to treat and impress the family, a hearty plate of sliced beef tenderloin always presents beautifully and tastes delicious. From a cherry-black pepper sauce to a truffle wine sauce, we've got all the flavor pairings you can imagine for this elegant entrée dish. We recommend cooking it quick and relying on a thermometer to check its temperature, and your steaks will be cooked to perfection.

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November 28, 2016