Half Price per Kilo on Rib Eye Steak at SAINSBURYS - HotUKDeals
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Just got 2 good sized Rib eye steaks for under £3 at my local Sainsburys said it was half the price per kilo. The reason why im posting this is it was top quality meat I was really impressed with texture taste and quality, all at a reasonable price.

Cheers people

Offer on line too £7.33 per kilo
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#1
There was lots of different steak half price at the Sainsburys I went to, I love rib eye but it didn't look to good the stuff that was left so I got some Irish Sirloin.
#2
Just been sainsburys for me wine 25% off and didn't venture up to the meat, shame will have to go tomorrow again thanks HOT
#3
Rib eye always looks like that. The marble effect on red meat is the most tasty. The usual supermarket rump/sirloin is that bright red meat that is tuff as old boots!! It has been injected with a food colouring to give that look!;-)
#4
stock up while you can, will all be gone by sunday. not enough stock in depot... suprise suprise
#5
Hot. Thanks for that. Love ribeye.
#6
i got a pack of rib eye and a pack of sirloin both half price, had the sirloin tonight yummy!
the sirloin is just slightly dearer per kilo than the ribeye.
#7
peterkay11;3399608
It has been injected with a food colouring to give that look!;-)


Rubbish
#8
Had sirloin tonight was lovely.
#9
peterkay11
It has been injected with a food colouring to give that look!;-)


Red meat is often injected with sodium nitrite to make it red and not the greyish colour it would be, so it looks frehser in the fridges. Sodium nitrite is thought to increase the risk of certain cancers if eaten in large amounts.
However tests are ongoing and i think it is more to do with the amounts in bacon, sausages and other processed meats, rather than a good steak.
Steak like anything is good in moderation, this is a good deal as i prefer rib eye steak over anything other cut.
#10
dozzer32
Red meat is often injected with sodium nitrite to make it red and not the greyish colour it would be, so it looks frehser in the fridges. Sodium nitrite is thought to increase the risk of certain cancers if eaten in large amounts.
However tests are ongoing and i think it is more to do with the amounts in bacon, sausages and other processed meats, rather than a good steak.
Steak like anything is good in moderation, this is a good deal as i prefer rib eye steak over anything other cut.


Sorry but if it had sodium nitrite it would have to be listed on the label. Not only that, but it would not go brown when cooked. Sodium nitrite is what is used to cure most bacon and hams these days.

If meat is bright red is because it has not been aged long, and it has been stored in an oxygen free environment - i.e. the packaging has had the oxygen removed and replaced with something else and sealed.
#11
you are right, i was looking at the wrong info, it is indeed processed meats and not steaks.
#12
Who remembers when Rib-eye was banned?

Mad cow and all that.....:roll:
#13
I meant T-Bone......:oops:
#14
All im saying is the best meat is usually the worst looking!
#15
Also mad cow ******** all meat comes off the bone!
#16
peterkay11
All im saying is the best meat is usually the worst looking!


Your quite right there m8,ive worked on a Tescos butchery counter for 8 years and still do,the amount of meat i/we have to reduce becouse its on its sell by date and meats like beef are often good for another few days,ok they wont look or smell so good by then but will taste alot nicer,prob with supermarket meat is that its not hung for long enough,were told our scottish meat is hung for longer than the british one but costs quite a bit more,rib eye is excellent steak along with rib roast!!problem with most customers is that they buy the steak that day and it eat it that night when you should leave it in the fridge for a few days!


might have to pop to sainsburys to get some rib eye lol
#17
Many thanx......this is the best steak by far!:thumbsup:
#18
peterkay11
All im saying is the best meat is usually the worst looking!


Thank you - I keep telling my wife this but she won't have it..... :thumbsup:
#19
:QUOTE=agaveworm;3401941]Thank you - I keep telling my wife this but she won't have it..... :thumbsup:[/QUOTE]

:giggle: Did make I larf.

Oh bought this yesterday. Will be going back for more.
#20
It's not reduced online. Has it expired?
#21
Is this just instore as i cant find no steak for that price online?:oops:
#22
agaveworm
Thank you - I keep telling my wife this but she won't have it..... :thumbsup:


roflmao :w00t:
#23
Plenty half price sirloin steak at Kirkintilloch branch but no ribeye left. Stewing steak is also a good price :thumbsup:
#24
strobez1977
. . . you should leave it in the fridge for a few days!


But best to remove from fridge and bring to room temperature before cooking. :thumbsup:
#25
strobez1977
. . . prob with supermarket meat is that its not hung for long enough,were told our scottish meat is hung for longer than the british one


I recall my girlfriend always saying that well-hung was the best. Never understood why she looked so wistful when saying it . . . :whistling:
#26
Managed to score a couple of nice rib-eyes for dinner tonight. Afraid I will be eating it straight away, but will take out the fridge first!! Can't think of any more well-hung meat jokes - sorry. H&R added.
#27
hmmmmm rib eye

will pop in later and enjoy with my 25% off wine

H&R
#28
The shelves were empty with ribeye but had fillet in their place, I think they were hoping customers would pick fillet up instead!!!

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