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Normal price is £1.59 for a pack of 4 frozen turkey burgers, but they are buy one pack get TWO packs free at the moment, so you get 12 for £1.59 instead! So it works out 53 pence per 4 pack.

Couldn't find the right type when I did a google image search, but if it goes hot I'll take a photo.
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#1
I picked these up on Monday after seeing the offer, it stated it is on till 13th April 2010.

I read the pack carefully along with the signage for these, the offer didnt come off at the till and i had CS telling me i had the wrong product even though these afaik are the only turkey burgers in crispy crumb that BM offer. CS insisted they are in a box.

http://www.iceland.co.uk/uploads/Image/75pRBernardMatthewsBurger.jpg

These are the ones being advertised in my local.
#2
good deal i like these prefer the steaks tho
#3
No thanks ;-)
#4
i wouldn't eat these if they were paying me
absolute garbage
Yuk
#5
mathsnut76
i wouldn't eat these if they were paying me
absolute garbage
Yuk


yes you would so stop being a snob
#6
I wouldnt.....

BBC "... DEFRA has carried out tests at Bernard Matthews breeder sites in Ubbeston, near Halesworth, and near Yaxham, close to East Dereham. The birds tested positive for avian influenza but not the highly pathogenic H5 or H7 types. Defra has not advised a cull of the birds but has placed a movement restriction on them."
It will be remembered how in 2007, testing was not complete until 14 days after the Bernard Matthews plant was re-opened. Bernard Matthews was close to being prosecuted for alleged breaches in hygiene regulations but - to the astonishment of many, far from facing charges, the company was even granted £589,356.89 in compensation, funded by the taxpayer.
Although it seems as though today's reported case of a notifiable disease may not be as serious as first feared, it is to be deeply regretted that DEFRA has not chosen vaccination as even part of their strategy to combat Bird Flu. As Dr Ruth Watkins asked in an article written many months ago for the CLA,

Still hungry ?
#7
hot deal for families on a budget
#8
Deltaone
hot deal for families on a budget


.....that dont care what could be contaminating their food. :roll:
#9
Nice price for a burger which [COLOR=Silver]most likely[/COLOR] contains more fat than protein
#10
These things are that bad for you they're not worth eating for free. Destroying the nations health. COLD.
#11
Don't these have like nails, brains and other strange turkey bits in them?
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Jerbs
Don't these have like nails, brains and other strange turkey bits in them?


hmmm yummy, all my favourite parts!
#13
Hmmm, gobble gobble.

I wish someone on master chef, would slap one of these on top of a bed of fancy food. et voila!
#14
Monkeybumcheeks
I wouldnt.....

BBC "... DEFRA has carried out tests at Bernard Matthews breeder sites in Ubbeston, near Halesworth, and near Yaxham, close to East Dereham. The birds tested positive for avian influenza but not the highly pathogenic H5 or H7 types. Defra has not advised a cull of the birds but has placed a movement restriction on them."
It will be remembered how in 2007, testing was not complete until 14 days after the Bernard Matthews plant was re-opened. Bernard Matthews was close to being prosecuted for alleged breaches in hygiene regulations but - to the astonishment of many, far from facing charges, the company was even granted £589,356.89 in compensation, funded by the taxpayer.
Although it seems as though today's reported case of a notifiable disease may not be as serious as first feared, it is to be deeply regretted that DEFRA has not chosen vaccination as even part of their strategy to combat Bird Flu. As Dr Ruth Watkins asked in an article written many months ago for the CLA,

Still hungry ?


2007? Are you real? By your logic would should all boycott beef too, as it will have BSE. And not go to the countryside, as they still have foot and mouth disease...
#15
Silverwolf
Nice price for a burger which [COLOR=Silver]most likely[/COLOR] contains more fat than protein


Turkey is a much healthier alternative to chicken.
#16
LOL @ the people defending their precious "turkey burgers"

FYI these taste like **** to anyone that wasn't brought up on them. ;-)
#17
Nothing nicer than sitting in front of Jeremy Kyle chewing these down by the bucket load -

Quick tip though:
Don't grill or oven them, whack them in the deep fat frier, put two of them together with slices of cheese and a deep fried hash-brown in the middle of them...they're also good cut up and as a pizza topping....
#18
Bootifull!
#19
I'd rather eat Turkey that hadn't been played football with before it got on my plate.

Just a personal preference really ......maybe I'm too fusy?
#20
I am not a snob with cheap food (I buy a lot of economy range stuff) but I hate the taste of these. I don't understand how they still are selling them.
#21
gramcknight
Nothing nicer than sitting in front of Jeremy Kyle chewing these down by the bucket load -

Quick tip though:
Don't grill or oven them, whack them in the deep fat frier, put two of them together with slices of cheese and a deep fried hash-brown in the middle of them...they're also good cut up and as a pizza topping....


HAHAHAHAH:thumbsup:
#22
Taksim_Red
I'd rather eat Turkey that hadn't been played football with before it got on my plate.

Just a personal preference really ......maybe I'm too fusy?


If your avatar is what i think it is, it looks like you've eaten a shedload of these and have suffered the consequences
#23
If you eat this kind of food, it's good value for money.
#24
Hmmm, now don't have to stop for roadkill for a day or two.
#25
craigstephens
If your avatar is what i think it is, it looks like you've eaten a shedload of these and have suffered the consequences


An experience I'll never forget!
#26
make good brake pads
#27
chav fuel
#28
The Turkey Steaks are bad enough, just can't imagine what the hell they stick in this.
#29
Good for people on a budget , although surely a few tins of tuna would be cheaper ?
#30
Dear God these things are nasty,bought 3 packs due to the deal but have fed the fox with them after trying one.No-one even those on a budget should have to eat this crap,i think given the lack of flavour and texture of the supposed turkey meat filling that these burgers are filled with parts of a turkey you wouldn't feed to your pet.

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