The tenderloin is rare when soft and spongy, and it becomes firmer as it reaches medium to well done.
With a few efficient gestures, Arnone extracts the tenderloin, proclaiming, “This is the work that I love.”
Heat fry pan with a dash of oil and quickly sear all sides of the tenderloin.
Always during the whole twenty-four hours of the day there was "something doing" in the tenderloin.
Choice cuts of elk, the tenderloin and tongues and hams of sheep were roasted.
When this is removed in one piece, it is, as in beef, called the tenderloin.
Is it customary, I ask you, to help to tenderloin with one's fingers?
Broil the tenderloin and dish up on buttered toast, and cover with sauce Colbert.
But without the dream life was unbearable, in the tenderloin and on the Bowery.
Round steak at 15 cents a pound is just as digestible and is fully as nutritious as tenderloin at 50.
A district of a city where vice and corruption are rife
[1887+; fr earlier sense of undercut of a sirloin steak; orig applied specifically to a district of New York City, fr the notion that the proceeds from corruption made it a juicy morsel for the local police]