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Bernard Matthews wafer Thin Turkey 50p @ Somerfield/Co-Op

£0.50 @ Co-operative
Bernard Matthews wafer Thin Turkey. 200 gram pack. says it's half price, from £1 down to 50p, but that seems a bit cheap. but hey oh, enjoy! lol Edit: just checked Tesco online and the same item is…
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7y, 1m agoFound 7 years, 1 month ago
Bernard Matthews wafer Thin Turkey. 200 gram pack. says it's half price, from £1 down to 50p, but that seems a bit cheap. but hey oh, enjoy! lol

Edit: just checked Tesco online and the same item is £1.49, so a real bargain!!

Bought in Somerfield, but presume it will be available at the Co-Op also.

Could only find a picture for the turkey ham, but this is just turkey :)
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#1
How can Turkey be Ham :oops:
#2
Definatly 50p for another week and a half, was £1.49 before the offer started in our store.
#3
deanos
How can Turkey be Ham :oops:


lol, there is a turkey ham one too, its a bit odd. I prefer one or the other :)
#4
steviedeal
Definatly 50p for another week and a half, was £1.49 before the offer started in our store.


oh nice one, was beginning to wonder if it was just a mistake in my store as its £1.49 in Tesco. Guess it must be nation wide yay.

might stock uptomorrow :)
#5
Turkey ham is a processed food made primarily from cooked or cured turkey meat and water, formed into the shape of a ham and often sold pre-sliced. In the United Kingdom, Bernard Matthews is a major producer of turkey ham. In the north of England, Turkey ham is commonly referred to as Turham.
#6
Generally we called these thinly sliced meats ham. Bernard Matthews ham is nice because it has a hint of garlic that adds to the flavour.
#7
"Can she have wafer thin ham Barbara?"
#8
Well the 400g is normally £2 so I can believe the 200g was £1. 50p is hot price, will pick up a couple next time I am in.......
#9
The turkey ham is a weird tasting one.
This one is ok, and at 50p for 200g is a bargain
Heat added.
banned#10
they had both in Chepstow - the pink "ham" and the white "breast", same price

I prefer the white variant. Makes a nice sarny with tomato, mayo & black pepper or a toastie with cheese
#11
satan666wayne
Turkey ham is a processed food made primarily from cooked or cured turkey meat and water, formed into the shape of a ham and often sold pre-sliced. In the United Kingdom, Bernard Matthews is a major producer of turkey ham. In the north of England, Turkey ham is commonly referred to as Turham.


Good old wikipedia:thumbsup:
#12
As it is sliced wafer thin it is even suitable for vegitarians.
#13
satan666wayne
Turkey ham is a processed food made primarily from cooked or cured turkey meat and water, formed into the shape of a ham and often sold pre-sliced. In the United Kingdom, Bernard Matthews is a major producer of turkey ham. In the north of England, Turkey ham is commonly referred to as Turham.


In the south its commonly referred to as shap



Part sh1t part cr*p
#14
Never eat honey turkey ham with Branston Pickle.
#15
Chanser
Never eat honey turkey ham with Branston Pickle.


Why?
#16
Leaves a weird after taste.
#17
londislagerhound
"Can she have wafer thin ham Barbara?"


LMAO That's what I always think of when wafer thin ham is mentioned .... CLASSIC!!! :-D
#18
Its minging:p
#19
Remember the video footage of turkeys being mistreated at the farm - used as baseball practice if I recall

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