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  • n. Plural form of filet.


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  • Il fut pris vif avec des filets, is the translation of

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  • Meat from half a roast chicken, cut into generous "filets" (I interpreted this to mean pieces of a size to serve with knife and fork), 3 oz. sliced raw mushrooms, 1/2 pound boiled new potatoes, 2 romaine lettuce hearts, 8 largish shrimp, shelled and cooked, 1/2 cup mayonaisse, with some horseradish mixed in, and the yolk of a hardboiled egg.


  • "crazy fiery Chinese fish," also known as filets of salmon, lightly steamed and then doused in soy sauce with scallions and fresh ginger, with a slug of sputtering, near-boiling oil poured over the top.


  • Chop onions & cilantro, slice cabbage, slice "filets" width ways and put all on paper plates.


  • I got fish sticks, the larger so called "filets" in a box not the little ones, on sale so I had extra in the freezer.


  • Along with the filets, New York strips and prime ribeyes ($37-$42), meaty options include a popular veal meatloaf with mashed potatoes, wild mushrooms and bordelaise sauce ($24).

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  • Billy swings open the front door, carrying the filets like a day-after-Thanksgiving turkey or a trophy they give all the kids, nothing serious.

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  • We drop the bluefish and flounder filets in the bed of Billy's pick-up.

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  • Make the dressing: In a small blender, blend 1 teaspoon chopped garlic, 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard, 2 egg yolks, 4 anchovy filets, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, a splash Worcestershire sauce and cracked black pepper.

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  • Forget going hunting and walking away with just the filets.

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