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Top Sirloin Medallion
A round piece of beef, 1 to 2 inches (2 1/2 to 5 cm) thick, 3 to 4 inches (7 1/2 to 10 cm) wide, cut from the top sirloin area of a cow.

Usually tied with butcher's twine around the edges to hold it together better.

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Maldon Salt
Maldon Salt is an English sea-salt. It comes in large, thin, uneven, crunchy salt flakes that have a very clean, pure salt taste.

It is meant to be a finishing salt, used at the table in small amounts, rather than in cooking. You might be tempted to want to put it in a salt mill, but this is ideal salt for a salt cellar or salt pig. Just put out a small dish of it on the table, and let guests get pinches of it for themselves.
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