noun, plural fi·lets mi·gnons [fi-ley min-yonz, min-yonz; French fee-le mee-nyawn]. /fɪˈleɪ mɪnˈyɒnz, ˈmɪn yɒnz; French fi lɛ miˈnyɔ̃/.
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Del Frisco’s Grill in Hoboken, New Jersey, is offering a to-go package of filet mignon, steamed lobster tail and truffle mac and cheese.
But the fast food chain quickly nixed the idea as the Filet-o-Fish gained popularity.
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The horse filet “tournedos style” wrapped in pork fat seemed more appealing, but maybe just a bit too much for lunch.
A day long (or multiday) sous vide cook can turn cheap cuts of meat as tender and tasty as filet.
Carefully place the egg yolk into the pocket that has been created in the filet and seal with a wooden skewer.
He wished to marry Modeste Mignon but forsook her quickly enough when he found out that her family was bankrupt.
This is the time when he was in correspondence with Modeste Mignon and wished to espouse that rich heiress.
Castagnould was a Provencal and an old servant of the Mignon family.
In the latter part of the same year he operated successfully upon Mme. Mignon for blindness.
Mignon came back from America a rich man, and he made Dumay share largely in his fortune.