Snake River Farms Gold Grade Filet Mignon
Our Gold Grade tenderloin steak is the ultimate filet mignon. Gold Grade steaks represent the highest level of marbling offered by Snake River Farms. These filets are available in limited quantities and maintain the traditional flavor that American palates love combined with the tender, buttery essence of Japanese Wagyu beef. The filet mignon is the number one selling Gold Grade steak for good reason - it is even more buttery textured than our Black Grade filet mignon. This filet is so tender and juicy it can be cut with a butter knife.
Steak Temperature GuideHere are the magic numbers you’ll need to determine when your steak is cooked to the degree of doneness you most prefer. The internal temp is when the steak should be removed from the heat. The steak will continue to cook so the temperature will rise during the rest period.
|Rare||Red center, very cool||110°F|
|Medium Rare||Red, warm center||120°F|
|Medium Well||Pink center||140°F|
|Well||No pink||Not recommended|
*Consuming raw or undercooked meats may increase your risk of foodborne illness. The USDA recommends an internal temp of 145°F and resting for at least 3 minutes.
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These were a gift to our kids. They have had Tomahawks before& loved them! We have yet to try them ourselves, but we plan to!
Posted 12/31/2019 by Cricket
Outstanding filets best I have ever had
Posted 12/30/2019 by Bamaboy
Haven’t been disappointed yet!!!
Christmas Eve tradition is tenderloin steaks for dinner. The Wagyu was amazing as always!
Posted 12/30/2019 by Kris
Best steak I’ve ever had!
I’ve tried a lot of steaks but nothing compares to these gold grade steaks! SRF is amazing and I can stop ordering from them! I Cast iron sear these steaks then roast them in my smoker at 450 degrees till temp reaches 130 approx 15 min.
Posted 10/11/2019 by Shaun
Best steak I’ve ever had
Ordered 4 to celebrate with some friends and we all agreed they were the best steaks we’ve ever eaten.
Posted 10/5/2019 by Jeff