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Boneless half Crispy Duck £2.95 @ farmfoods

Andyd Avatar
5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago
Farmfoods have £1 off their easy cook boneless half crispy duck - making them £2.95!

These come with 12 pancakes and hoisin sauce - delicious.

You'd be quackers to miss it..

Sorry..
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5 Likes #1
You'd be quackers to miss it..


Duck off.
1 Like #2
Good deal but a heavy Bill to pay
1 Like #3
Don't forget to quack open a bottle of white wine to drink with the Duck
2 Likes #4
How do you make the duck sing? Put it in the oven till it's Bill Withers.
1 Like #5
what a poultry selection of bad puns
2 Likes #6
all these feather-weight jokes are really getting me down...
5 Likes #7
Aside from the jokes can anyone confirm these are any good? Don't want to run the risk of being seen in farm foods if they are not even tasty.
#8
They're quite good, have had them a few times.
1 Like #9
gadgetsgalore2011
Aside from the jokes can anyone confirm these are any good? Don't want to run the risk of being seen in farm foods if they are not even tasty.

They are just as good as any other frozen crispy duck I've had..
If you were happy to go in to Home Bargains for cheap sauce, then I'd say it's worth risking your street cred for this.. (_;)
#10
You've convinced me. Will try a pack later. Thing is though I have noticed a distinct difference in the clientele between home bargains and farm foods. Should be ok if I go after work, will ditch my shirt and trousers and chuck on an old hoodie with some trainers. Thanks for the heads up.
#11
gadgetsgalore2011
...will ditch my shirt and trousers and chuck on an old hoodie with some trainers.


You really should wear your slippers. It's de rigueur in Farm Foods.

Edited By: bigsky on Mar 09, 2011 12:05
6 Likes #12
gadgetsgalore2011
You've convinced me. Will try a pack later. Thing is though I have noticed a distinct difference in the clientele between home bargains and farm foods. Should be ok if I go after work, will ditch my shirt and trousers and chuck on an old hoodie with some trainers. Thanks for the heads up.

Jesus! You're buying food, not socialising with the people who shop there.
There's nothing wrong with Farmfoods, unless you're a stuck-up snob who doesn't like to be seen a store that middle class people shop in.
1 Like #13
Guess some people just can't take a yolk.

Edited By: gadgetsgalore2011 on Mar 09, 2011 12:08
2 Likes #14
I've never been in a Farmfoods but from the outside I always get the impression that most of the food has never been near a farm in its life.
#15
gadgetsgalore2011
Aside from the jokes can anyone confirm these are any good? Don't want to run the risk of being seen in farm foods if they are not even tasty.

I suppose you were being sarcastic here then?

Anyway, i hope you don't bump into any dodgy folk over a Duck :p
1 Like #16
gadgetsgalore2011
...will ditch my shirt and trousers and chuck on an old hoodie with some trainers.

I'll see your sarcasm and raise you some more sarcasm ;)

I'm dressing up in a Tuxedo to go shopping in Marks & Spencer later!
#17
I was yes, bit of light hearted humour. I will be getting a couple of packs seeing the heat this has reached.
#18
mistersquiddy
I've never been in a Farmfoods but from the outside I always get the impression that most of the food has never been near a farm in its life.


If anybody asked me about a farm foods shop, my first thought would be it must be a place for food that is used on farms.
1 Like #19
Rory Joe
gadgetsgalore2011
...will ditch my shirt and trousers and chuck on an old hoodie with some trainers.
I'll see your sarcasm and raise you some more sarcasm ;)I'm dressing up in a Tuxedo to go shopping in Marks & Spencer later!
I don't usually bother with the tux for m&s, now if I was going to waitrose.......
1 Like #20
Cold. Who on earth shops there?

Edited By: Ginlarde on Mar 09, 2011 12:32
#21
Just tuckin the blade in the trackies then I'm off. Wish me luck.
#22
mistersquiddy
You'd be quackers to miss it..
Duck off.

lol :D
#23
4 litres or 4 pints. Co-op sell 4 pints for £1
#24
Ted Wales
Don't forget to quack open a bottle of white wine to drink with the Duck


I wouldn't have thought the duck's going to be up for drinking white wine? (_;)
#25
Doc1978
Jesus! You're buying food, not socialising with the people who shop there.
There's nothing wrong with Farmfoods, unless you're a stuck-up snob who doesn't like to be seen a store that middle class people shop in.


What has Jesus got to do with it?
#26
Remember people, you have to venture into the depths of scummy Farmfoods and mingle with rubbish people in order to buy these!!! Also, if you consider the source, they'll be crap!! Two serious negatives for me, I'll give them a miss.
1 Like #27
mamboboy
dawns1969
4 litres or 4 pints. Co-op sell 4 pints for £1
4 pints sorry, typo!

You actually get 8 pints of milk for £1.50; they charge £1 for a 4 pint bottle or £1.50 for 2x 4 pints..

They also sell 2x Hovis bread for £1

I have no loyalty to any specific store, regularly shopping in farmfoods, aldi (their breakfast waffles are the only ones my daughter will eat), asda, tesco, morrisons & M&S, and I can honestly say that the staff in asda and farmfoods are by far the most friendly.
#28
Gball
Remember people, you have to venture into the depths of scummy Farmfoods and mingle with rubbish people in order to buy these!!!

This isn't strictly true; in my local farmfoods, the ducks are in the first aisle, so you could easily get away with a slight sojourn rather that a venture to the depths..
1 Like #29
haha love all these comments, im 22 never been in a Farmfoods. It just looks horrible, same as Iceland which I dont mind as they have nice sweets and always have a good deal on the 3 litre bottles of coke, but I still prefer not to go to in there. I get the same feeling when I walk past iceland as I do with farmfoods, just glance into it and see all the chavvy 18 year olds and all the inbred thick sounding people. Asda is right by farmfoods/iceland where I live and its pretty much the same price for better produce. I went into iceland about january time to get some cans as I was working nearby. Few people in front of me, one a smackhead looking character with fresh blood on his head, 3 young girls/guy being irritating with a trolly full of frozen chicken and looking like they were smacked out of their skull and the lady on the till who had no manners and pretty much stared through me ( she also looked like a typical south wales valley inbred ) needless to say I aint been back since, if I do I might have a few to many heroin addicts to push out the way.
1 Like #30
The Duck is fantastic just as good as in a restaurant, I never buy any other 'convenience' foods there but the frozen fish, shellfish, meat, poultry etc is very good and good value. In answer to the following:

Ginlarde - Mar 09, 2011 12:32 - 1 person likes this
Cold. Who on earth shops there?

Edited By: Ginlarde on Mar 09, 2011 12:32

People who have to feed a family well on a limited budget!
1 Like #31
Why do people care who shops where they do, how sad have you got to be to base your shopping choices on who goes there, ridculous.
4 Likes #32
alot of snobs on this site, tell me, if your so posh to shop in farmfoods, what are you on a money saving site for, as you obviously dont need to watch the pennies (_;)

Edited By: peterjmay on Mar 09, 2011 14:41
#33
the money i save on this i spend on the disguise for going to the store
1 Like #34
Are they 2 for £5 as well?

The in-laws had them on Friday - said they were as good as any they've had from a take away.
They aren't easily impressed so I can say, without fear of contradiction, that these should be pretty good.
The only complaint was having to shred their own cucumber and spring onions ;-)
#35
schutz
I went into iceland about january time to get some cans as I was working nearby


Cans of what? Tennants Super is it, hard lad?
2 Likes #36
Being serious Farmfoods is great for certain things. Much cheaper than Asda Tesco etc. I just went to Tesco and bought 2 Dr Oeker Pizzas for £4. I then went to Farmfoods for the Duck. The Dr Oeker there were 2 for £3 so I bought them and took the others back to Tesco.

There are many things in there that are a good bit cheaper. Milk as mentioned above. Ice Cream products are good. The Nicky Kitchen roll is cheap and as good if not better than the dearer stuff from the Supermarkets. Soft drinks are another money saver.

If it's about money saving then you have to give them credit for definitely doing that. ;-)

Edited By: hearts on Mar 09, 2011 15:26
1 Like #37
Anyone with a brain, I dont know any other place where you can you buy 2 Hovis sliced loaves for £1.00,, grant you not everything they sell is brilliant but amongst it there are some excellent value products.
We tried the packs of sirloin, it was pretty poor, just about edible.We have also tried quite a few other products which have been fine.
The duck is a good price and I for one will be buying some.
suspended#38
I as well cant see what the big problem is with farmfoods they stock food eg chicken which may well come from caged hens and have added water etc but so does most of the supermarkets own brand and maybe some branded. Who cares who shops there you dont have to talk to them or make friends. Back to the deal never tryed duck my OH would kill me lol
#39
hearts
I just went to Tesco and bought 2 Dr Oeker Pizzas for £4


Why would you by a pizza made by a doctor? I wouldn't go to a chef if I was feeling ill.
#40
bigsky
Why would you by a pizza made by a doctor? I wouldn't go to a chef if I was feeling ill.

Why wouldn't you buy one made by a doctor? It's only a pizza. It doesn't require a brain surgeon to put one together, but it can't do any harm!

Edited By: BorisTheSpider on Mar 09, 2011 16:50

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