Scotch fillet

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Scotch fillet (plural Scotch fillets)

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  1. (Australia, New Zealand, South Africa) A ribeye steak.
    • 2004, Ben Canaider, Greg Duncan Powell, Cooking Under the Influence: Food to Drink To, Murdoch Books Australia, page 83,
      When in need of protein and the essential amino acids required to run our bodies, when our hair or nails won′t grow, or when we have to drink young cabernet, scotch fillet is the answer.
    • 2006, Jared Ingersoll, Danks Street Depot, Murdoch Books Australia, page 62,
      Scotch fillet is a great roasting meat, but only if it is of exceptional quality and has been allowed to hang, otherwise it can be a little tough.
    • 2007, Sharon Lurie, Cooking With the Kosher Butcher′s Wife, New Holland Publishing (South Africa), page 10,
      It is in this section of the ribs that the tender Scotch fillet or rib-eye muscle is housed.
    • 2010, Veechi Curtis, Lynley Averis, Bookkeeping For Dummies, Australian & New Zealand Edition, page 213,
      If you forget someone′s superannuation payment, that employee simply misses out. And yes, when that person retires and ends up eating porridge rather than scotch fillet, it′s you that′s to blame.