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Morrisons £6.00 Roast Dinner Meal Deal

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6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
Morrisons Whole Chicken - Medium - £3
Morrisons Vegetable Selection - 500g - £1
Morrisons The Best Mashed Potato - 450g - £1
Morrisons Family Strawberry Trifle - 600g - £1
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#1
http://www.morrisons.co.uk/Global/496x279_roast_offers_heroV2.jpg
1 Like #2
Basicly the same deal at co-op, medium chicken, maris piper potatoes and mixed vegetables £5, but the plus is there chicken is raised to a much better standard and lives and better life than these morrisons ones (and taste better too imo)
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No Yorkshire puds?! wtf?!
#4
joeymcjoe2 people like this
No Yorkshire puds?! wtf?!


Because tradition is yorkshire puds go with roast beef not chicken!
1 Like #5
ianshona
joeymcjoe2 people like this
No Yorkshire puds?! wtf?!
Because tradition is yorkshire puds go with roast beef not chicken!

Northern tradition is Yorkshire puds with everything! Loads of gravy and mint sauce too (maybe that's just me though)
#6
ianshona
joeymcjoe2 people like this
No Yorkshire puds?! wtf?!
Because tradition is yorkshire puds go with roast beef not chicken!

Yorkshire puds can go with anything... I fancy some yorkshire puds on there own now
#7
nicster08
ianshona
joeymcjoe2 people like this
No Yorkshire puds?! wtf?!
Because tradition is yorkshire puds go with roast beef not chicken!


Yorkshire puds can go with anything... I fancy some yorkshire puds on there own now


Note the word "tradition"!

A Little History
Yorkshire Pudding was originally used as a first course filler for poor people who could not afford much meat. Years ago, when the meat was cooked on a spit or trivitt, the batter was put underneath and the fat and meat juice dripped onto the batter. If there wasn't enough meat to go around the children would get Yorkshire pudding and gravy as their main meal. Now the dish is almost always served with a roast beef main course to form part of a 'traditional English dinner'. In its home county, it is often served on its own filled with onion gravy so that it acts as a form of edible soup bowl. This practice probably originated with people who could not afford crockery either.


Edited By: ianshona on Oct 13, 2010 21:37: add info
#8
ianshona
nicster08
ianshona
joeymcjoe2 people like this
No Yorkshire puds?! wtf?!
Because tradition is yorkshire puds go with roast beef not chicken!


Yorkshire puds can go with anything... I fancy some yorkshire puds on there own now


Note the word "tradition"!

A Little History
Yorkshire Pudding was originally used as a first course filler for poor people who could not afford much meat. Years ago, when the meat was cooked on a spit or trivitt, the batter was put underneath and the fat and meat juice dripped onto the batter. If there wasn't enough meat to go around the children would get Yorkshire pudding and gravy as their main meal. Now the dish is almost always served with a roast beef main course to form part of a 'traditional English dinner'. In its home county, it is often served on its own filled with onion gravy so that it acts as a form of edible soup bowl. This practice probably originated with people who could not afford crockery either.



Note "almost always":3
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joeymcjoe
ianshona
joeymcjoe2 people like this
No Yorkshire puds?! wtf?!
Because tradition is yorkshire puds go with roast beef not chicken!


Northern tradition is Yorkshire puds with everything! Loads of gravy and mint sauce too (maybe that's just me though)


It's not just you :D
#10
ianshona
nicster08
ianshona
joeymcjoe2 people like this
No Yorkshire puds?! wtf?!
Because tradition is yorkshire puds go with roast beef not chicken!


Yorkshire puds can go with anything... I fancy some yorkshire puds on there own now


Note the word "tradition"!

A Little History
Yorkshire Pudding was originally used as a first course filler for poor people who could not afford much meat. Years ago, when the meat was cooked on a spit or trivitt, the batter was put underneath and the fat and meat juice dripped onto the batter. If there wasn't enough meat to go around the children would get Yorkshire pudding and gravy as their main meal. Now the dish is almost always served with a roast beef main course to form part of a 'traditional English dinner'. In its home county, it is often served on its own filled with onion gravy so that it acts as a form of edible soup bowl. This practice probably originated with people who could not afford crockery either.



That is correct.

My mum always served Yorkshire pudding before the main meal,it didn't matter what meat it was.And sometimes when we had pork she would make seasoned Yorkshire puddings(with onion and herbs).

A tradition I still carry on today........none of those Aunt Bessie rubbish,all air and no taste.I don't think a bucket full of those would fill you up.
#11
What? Ive got to cook it aswell!?

Damn lazy takeaways.
#12
steviedeal1 person likes this
Basicly the same deal at co-op, medium chicken, maris piper potatoes and mixed vegetables £5, but the plus is there chicken is raised to a much better standard and lives and better life than these morrisons ones (and taste better too imo)


You've clearly bought into the corporate jibberish about Co-op welfare standards...they might get a shaving or two extra of sawdust to scratch around on, but it doesn't make them free range.

Just like having an image of a little wholesome farm on the label means nothing.

Personally I don't really bother about them being free range - what does bother me is folk who get all up themselves because they believe by buying free-range and organic, they are better people and love furry little animals more. Load of crap.
#13
moob
steviedeal1 person likes this
Basicly the same deal at co-op, medium chicken, maris piper potatoes and mixed vegetables £5, but the plus is there chicken is raised to a much better standard and lives and better life than these morrisons ones (and taste better too imo)


You've clearly bought into the corporate jibberish about Co-op welfare standards...they might get a shaving or two extra of sawdust to scratch around on, but it doesn't make them free range.

Just like having an image of a little wholesome farm on the label means nothing.

Personally I don't really bother about them being free range - what does bother me is folk who get all up themselves because they believe by buying free-range and organic, they are better people and love furry little animals more. Load of crap.


You'll also find that Co-op portions are generally between 5% and 10% less in size than their counterparts.
#14
No Roast poatoes, no yorkshire puds and that veg bag will hardly feed the family!!
#15
joeymcjoe1 person likes this
ianshona
joeymcjoe2 people like this
No Yorkshire puds?! wtf?!
Because tradition is yorkshire puds go with roast beef not chicken!


Northern tradition is Yorkshire puds with everything! Loads of gravy and mint sauce too (maybe that's just me though)

No, its not just you. We have what we like with what we like.
#16
The only time you have mash with a roast is on Christmas day, when you have mash *and* roast potatoes. Otherwise it's gotta be roasties.
#17
I was wondering are these deals really that good ?, only barely enough veg and potato there for two people. You can go down the Toby carvery and get two meals(including ice cream) with loads of veg and meat for £10.50 (granted its more expensive on a sunday) But this is £6, and you have to cook and wash up yourself!
#18
Do you have to buy all the items or can you just buy some?
#19
pdbis
Do you have to buy all the items or can you just buy some?


if its like their previous deals you can buy each item individually at the offer price.
#20
we bought a trifle on its own yesterday for a pound

tasty :)
#21
yorkshire puds and mint sauce with any meat, cant beat it
#22
I also bought the Trifle on it's own for a £1. (Normally £2.35)
Ate a whole one.

Don't get them mixed up with the basic's £1 strawberry flavor Trifle as they are horrible and have no strawberries.
#23
Mash potato with roast, are they mad :)
#24
go crown carvery £3.59 much better value than this and no need to cook or wash up. granted no desert but at least you can have roast potatoes!

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