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M&S Quality Fresh Beef joints & Leg of Lamb HALF PRICE

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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
M&S deal of the week.
Fresh Beef joints and legs of lamb half price. Offer applies to all sizes not just the giant packs that some supermarkets offer.
Lamb was £11.99 now £5.99 a kilo
Beef was £9.99 now £4.99 a kilo
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#1
Great find, love M&S meat - no waste no hidden fat. Had a tesco joint recently but ended up throwing a third of it away it was awful.
#2
I love their meat-tasty yum yum-voted hot.
banned#3
voted hot!
#4
Nice thx
#5
oooh nice deal, hope the honey smoked loch muir salmon is half price too, love that stuff!
#6
mamboboy
This isn't any ordinary deal. This is an M&S Quality Fresh Beef joints & Leg of Lamb HALF PRICE deal.


:giggle:
#7
I'm a recent convert to M&S meat, if you buy their offers it works out as great value as it all gets eaten not chucked away due to lack of taste/chewiness. :-D
#8
Meat is murder if you don't need to eat to survive. By being so selfish in satisfying your bloody tastebuds you are helping to destroy your one and only home-Earth.
Go vegan and make your children proud.
#9
bayon
Meat is murder if you don't need to eat to survive. By being so selfish in satisfying your bloody tastebuds you are helping to destroy your one and only home-Earth.
Go vegan and make your children proud.


WTF .....Cows deplete the Ozone Layer ....we eat the Cows.......thus saving the Earth ........:roll:....... :p
#10
bayon
Meat is murder if you don't need to eat to survive. By being so selfish in satisfying your bloody tastebuds you are helping to destroy your one and only home-Earth.
Go vegan and make your children proud.


your having a royal giggle:thumbsup:
#11
:santa:I love rare bloody meat. NOM NOM NOM NOM
Booooo to veggies
#12
Thank You
#13
bayon
Meat is murder if you don't need to eat to survive. By being so selfish in satisfying your bloody tastebuds you are helping to destroy your one and only home-Earth.
Go vegan and make your children proud.

How does it destroy the earth? I don't have any children.
#14
bayon
Meat is murder if you don't need to eat to survive. By being so selfish in satisfying your bloody tastebuds you are helping to destroy your one and only home-Earth.
Go vegan and make your children proud.



Is vegan on half price this week?
#15
bayon
Meat is murder if you don't need to eat to survive. By being so selfish in satisfying your bloody tastebuds you are helping to destroy your one and only home-Earth.
Go vegan and make your children proud.


Get a life........the only people destroying this earth are the Chinese.

Great price for great tasting meat........Hot
#16
Might be a good offer but if you try your local farm or butcher you'll find much much better quality meats and cheaper prices. I recently started buying fresh meat from a local farm and its amazing quality and seriously cheaper than the processed supermarket stuff.
#17
keyboardqueenie
Great find, love M&S meat - no waste no hidden fat. Had a tesco joint recently but ended up throwing a third of it away it was awful.


Well Lamb leg is £3.99 / kilo at Tesco so thats a 50% saving. So even allowing for you throwing 33% of the Tesco joint away (am amazed that M&S have managed to source lamb with no fat btw :w00t:) you are still quids in :thumbsup:

Every little helps :p
#18
americanv8
Might be a good offer but if you try your local farm or butcher you'll find much much better quality meats and cheaper prices. I recently started buying fresh meat from a local farm and its amazing quality and seriously cheaper than the processed supermarket stuff.


this isnt proceesed meat its a joint of beef simple as, excellent quality i buy these when they are £15 and they are excellent value for money, taste better than meat from any butcher have you seen the back of some butchers places ... no thanks at least m and s follow guidelines in storing meat and refridgeration time k limits, i know this as i work there!!
#19
americanv8
Might be a good offer but if you try your local farm or butcher you'll find much much better quality meats and cheaper prices. I recently started buying fresh meat from a local farm and its amazing quality and seriously cheaper than the processed supermarket stuff.


this isnt proceesed meat its a joint of beef simple as, excellent quality i buy these when they are £15 and they are excellent value for money, taste better than meat from any butcher have you seen the back of some butchers places ... no thanks at least m and s follow guidelines in storing meat and refridgeration time k limits, i know this as i work there
ANYONE BUYING THIS DONR FORGET GET A LEAFLET WHICH GIVES YOU £5 OFF £35 SPEND ON FOOD IF YOU INTEND TO SPEND THAT MUCH MONEY
#20
ANYONE BUYING THIS DONR FORGET GET A LEAFLET WHICH GIVES YOU £5 OFF £35 SPEND ON FOOD IF YOU INTEND TO SPEND THAT MUCH MONEY

Thanks for the advice, great offer beats the prices
#21
ANYONE BUYING THIS DONR FORGET GET A LEAFLET WHICH GIVES YOU £5 OFF £35 SPEND ON FOOD IF YOU INTEND TO SPEND THAT MUCH MONEY

Thanks for the advice, great offer beats the prices on the beef and lamb in their pre order Xmas food catolgue
#22
is this juts instore as doesnt show on ther website?
#23
Oh yeah its see instore for details. cheers guys and gals
#24
off to m&s great find thank you
#25
caroline072
this isnt proceesed meat its a joint of beef simple as, excellent quality i buy these when they are £15 and they are excellent value for money, taste better than meat from any butcher have you seen the back of some butchers places ... no thanks at least m and s follow guidelines in storing meat and refridgeration time k limits, i know this as i work there
ANYONE BUYING THIS DONR FORGET GET A LEAFLET WHICH GIVES YOU £5 OFF £35 SPEND ON FOOD IF YOU INTEND TO SPEND THAT MUCH MONEY


Hi
It is £5 off when you spend £30 or more not £35 as poster said vaild from today to xmas eve

http://www.marksandspencer.com/Deal-of-Week-Christmas-Food-Food-Wine/b/325415031?intid=offer_meat
banned#26
caroline072
taste better than meat from any butcher have you seen the back of some butchers places ... no thanks at least m and s follow guidelines in storing meat and refridgeration time k limits, i know this as i work there


Any decent butcher knows how to store meat. And it is not in plastic.
#27
NobbyB;7252029
Any decent butcher knows how to store meat. And it is not in plastic.


What's wrong with plastic? Its one of the major innovations in the past century. It helps to keep meat fresher than if it was wrapped in brown paper.

Environmentalist really need to take a step back and look at the bigger picture and not just concentrate on petty microscopic arguments.
#28
keyboardqueenie
Great find, love M&S meat - no waste no hidden fat. Had a tesco joint recently but ended up throwing a third of it away it was awful.


'Hidden' fat if you are referring to the marbled effect you see is one of the best things about a good joint :roll:


caroline072
this isnt proceesed meat its a joint of beef simple as, excellent quality i buy these when they are £15 and they are excellent value for money, taste better than meat from any butcher have you seen the back of some butchers places ... no thanks at least m and s follow guidelines in storing meat and refridgeration time k limits, i know this as i work there!!


lol I suspect you know nothing about meat. You would squirm at stuff that has been hung for any length of time with no refrigeration, but go to any quality restaurant and that is what you will most likely receive. Can I ask what cut this is and what cut you think is best as a roast?
Also do M&S let their meat mature at all?

Not voting as not sure what we are paying for here?
#29
caroline072
... i know this as i work there!!


Even better value with another 20% off! ;-)

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banned#30
boonkoh
What's wrong with plastic? Its one of the major innovations in the past century. It helps to keep meat fresher than if it was wrapped in brown paper.

Environmentalist really need to take a step back and look at the bigger picture and not just concentrate on petty microscopic arguments.


This is not an environmental argument, it is a taste one. Meat that has been butchered and sat in its own blood for days (which happens when it is packed in plastic or indeed any other packaging) is not as tasty as meat that has been hung properly. There is nothing wrong with plastic as such, I use plastic boxes all the time to cure my own bacon and hams. It is what happens when it is sealed off that is the problem.
#31
bayon
Meat is murder if you don't need to eat to survive. By being so selfish in satisfying your bloody tastebuds you are helping to destroy your one and only home-Earth.
Go vegan and make your children proud.


Hmmm... thought this site was to vote about how good a deal the offer is, not to push your views on someone.
However, as it's Christmas, and in the spirit of giving back, I suggest you turn off your computer in order to save some electricity and do your part for the environment, and then donate your computer to a homeless charity. :santa:
#32
kaitlinsmummy
Hi
It is £5 off when you spend £30 or more not £35 as poster said vaild from today to xmas eve


It's from Saturday.
And I agree that eating meat is environmentally unfriendly, but then a great many things we take for granted are, nay worse, such as short haul flights.
#33
kaitlinsmummy
Hi
It is £5 off when you spend £30 or more not £35 as poster said vaild from today to xmas eve

http://www.marksandspencer.com/Deal-of-Week-Christmas-Food-Food-Wine/b/325415031?intid=offer_meat




oh gosh so it is silly me i just glanced at one instore.. sorry about that, ha you just made it even better!
#34
ollyk
'Hidden' fat if you are referring to the marbled effect you see is one of the best things about a good joint :roll:




lol I suspect you know nothing about meat. You would squirm at stuff that has been hung for any length of time with no refrigeration, but go to any quality restaurant and that is what you will most likely receive. Can I ask what cut this is and what cut you think is best as a roast?
Also do M&S let their meat mature at all?

Not voting as not sure what we are paying for here?


2 types to choose from british topside also aberdeen angus topside!
actually i do know about meat my brother used to be a butcher and the stories he told me


VOTED HOT
#35
why is it that cows eat only grass yet come up with meat?
ie vegitarians produce meat
banned#36
bayon;7250215
Meat is murder if you don't need to eat to survive. By being so selfish in satisfying your bloody tastebuds you are helping to destroy your one and only home-Earth.
Go vegan and make your children proud.

What a moron! :whistling:

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