Cook beef tenderloin like a pro with our foolproof, easy recipe. A good hard sear in a frying pan gives the beef a beautiful crust, then a compound butter with garlic, thyme, and rosemary is rubbed in before you roast the tenderloin for about half an hour. Let it rest to redistribute all the delicious juices, then slice and serve with your favorite sides. You'll even impress yourself with this one.
How to Thaw Beef
Don't lose the precious fluids.
How to Choose Ground Meat
Ray Venezia of Fairway in New York calls it chop meat; we call it ground beef. Semantics aside, red meat does not have to be red all the way through.