- Buttery, juicy, mild—one bite and you will understand why it's such a popular cut. This beautifully marbled prime filet mignon needs little fussing—just season well with salt and pepper, then sear in a very hot pan (cast iron is best). We like to serve it with a simple sauce of red wine flavored with shallots and garlic.
What does Prime Reserve mean?
It means you're getting the best beef sourced exclusively from local farms. Less than 2% of all beef produced in the U.S. is certified as USDA Prime, so the cuts are always limited quantity and the highest quality.