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Herb Encrusted Beef Tenderloin - Christmas dinner

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6.7 pounds whole beef tenderloin.  I did my best to trim it up, tie it and apply the goodness.  Fresh rosemary from the garden and fresh garlic finely chopped and blended with cream butter.  I also put a Stone mill beef seasoning on it (black pepper, red pepper, onion, course salt).  

 

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Checking in on it!

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It's now on the serving platter and resting under a blanket.  It smells so good!

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I'll reveal the center once I get ready to cut it up!

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Thanks folks, I can't express how well this cook turned out.  At nearly $100 the pressure was on just a bit.  Doing it again for sure.  I could cut this with a fork, no lie.  

It did take some work to clean it up, I do wish I had taken more pictures of the process.  You have to cut a large side roast off and trim the fat/silver skin off.  You fold the tail over to make it match the thickness of the whole thing and tie it up.  

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