Take a T-Bone steak.. get rid of the bone.. the longer strip is known as the KC Strip.. and the smaller "round" part is your "Filet" hope this helps e
Strip steak comes from the short loin section of a cow. Other cuts that come from this section include top loin, New York strip, shell steak, tenderloin and filet mignon.
For most butchers, there are 8 filet mignon steaks in a whole cow. The cuts of steak can vary depending on the size of the cow.
The part of the cow that prime rip steak comes from is the lower part of the ribcage. It is a very tender and juicy part of the cow that most everyone likes to eat.
Rib Eye Steak is cut from the Rib.
Steak comes from the loin area (which is located at the top of the back).
It comes from the spine. If you cut done the spine that is filet mignon.
The skirt steak is the diaphragm muscle of the cow.
The Chateaubriand cut of meat comes from a filet of the tenderloin of a cow. It is especially good when grilled medium rare.
The loin area, the top of the back.
Flat iron steak comes from the Chuck part of the cow.
The filet is from the hind quarters of a cow. Right at the back is the rump and topside cuts and half way down the back is the sirloin from within which you find the filet. Try Galloway filet, it's the best!
The part of the cow that a steer butt steak is from is the sirloin section. This steak can also be called the hip sirloin.
It comes from the tenderloin.
fillet stake is from the tenderloin.
Ostrich doesn't produce steak. Steak is a name for a slab of beef from a cattlebeast or cow, whichever term you want to use.
it is made from the thigh of the cow
Primarily the hindquarters, the shoulder area, and along the spine.
It comes from a cow
depends on wether or not it says FLANK steak. otherwise it comes from the sides
Yes. Steak can come from pretty much any cow, depending on age, diet, etc. Steak can also come from black-and-white cows (Holsteins) when they are no longer able to produce enough milk.