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  • Re: How Do You Cook a Chateaubriand (Whole Tenderloin) on an Egg?

    Last time I bought the whole tenderloin at Costco, I did a before and after comparison on the weight and determined that after trimming, I didn't really save anything on a per pound basis versus buying their trimmed version. Keep in mind that it was the first time I trimmed my own and I probably over trimmed but came to the conclusion at it probably wasn't worth my time to trim my own.
    Totally agree.  If you aren't very experienced in trimming beef, let the guys that do it for a living do it for you.
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