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Pork shoulder offer - £2.50/kg Asda

£2.50 @ Asda
This is a cracker for those pork lovers out there. This usually costs £3/kg but is on offer costing £2.50/kg Great for family roasts and dinner parties UK based pigs and organically sourced … Read More
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This is a cracker for those pork lovers out there.

This usually costs £3/kg but is on offer costing £2.50/kg

Great for family roasts and dinner parties

UK based pigs and organically sourced

Premium quality cuts used, low in fat

Ideal for Sunday roasts.

Enjoy!!
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#1
Link is to ASDA?
1 Like #2
origrav92
Link is to ASDA?

Oops! It is actually an Asda deal.. Changed!! Thanks..

Edited By: firstofficer on Oct 16, 2016 07:03
2 Likes #3
Ew. Go get yer coat.
#4
It's lovely done in the slow cooker it just pulls a part when it's done. And great price.
3 Likes #5
Pressure Cook in BBQ sauce and just a little water.... easy pulls apart and is lip smackingly delish ;)
2 Likes #6
Tastes like cardboard (and cruelty).
1 Like #7
What does "organically sourced" mean?
1 Like #8
Justme1969
zx636r
Idiot.
You aren't part of the inner circle here, clearly, so its flown straight over your hat.a video for you - people who actually give a s**t - unlike you at the moment

Great.

Another meat thread polluted with sanctimonious, virtue-signalling vegetarians.
3 Likes #9
"UK based" - Conjures up an image of a globetrotting pig whose main sty is in the UK. :)
#10
The picture gives this no justice, where's the meat?!
1 Like #11
rmaee
It's lovely done in the slow cooker it just pulls a part when it's done. And great price.
Which part does it pull?
#12
Master G
rmaee
It's lovely done in the slow cooker it just pulls a part when it's done. And great price.
Which part does it pull?

Think he means part of the pork, but I may be wrong here..

I'll get my coat..
2 Likes #13
Justme1969
Tastes like cardboard (and cruelty).

You're thinking of Quorn...
1 Like #14
maclennanneil
Justme1969
zx636r
Idiot.
You aren't part of the inner circle here, clearly, so its flown straight over your hat.a video for you - people who actually give a s**t - unlike you at the moment
Great.
Another meat thread polluted with sanctimonious, virtue-signalling vegetarians.

Looking at that woman in the video has answered the question.... 'Where's Wally'

Edited By: zx636r on Oct 16, 2016 13:02
#15
great!! cheers!!
#16
Not bad for my Weber Smokey Mountain- a 10 hour low n slow will do the job, but really need bone in to do it properly.
1 Like #17
Thanks op. Gf loves pork.
#18
wakeywarrior
Not bad for my Weber Smokey Mountain- a 10 hour low n slow will do the job, but really need bone in to do it properly.


Do you want to rethink the phrasing at the end there?!?
#19
Cheaper if you go to a butcher and ask for pork shoulder but ask him to leave the legs on!
#20
OOS. Was going to order some for delivery. :(
#21
dereklogan7
OOS. Was going to order some for delivery. :(

Far from it..
#22
firstofficer
dereklogan7
OOS. Was going to order some for delivery. :(
Far from it..
Signed in for delivery and it's coming up unavailable?
#23
dereklogan7
firstofficer
dereklogan7
OOS. Was going to order some for delivery. :(
Far from it..
Signed in for delivery and it's coming up unavailable?

oh, weird.. when i just checked it was ok. Maybe location specific?
1 Like #24
It's £2.45 in Aldi which is the normal everyday price....

Edited By: wooookie on Oct 16, 2016 16:51
#25
qbs
"UK based" - Conjures up an image of a globetrotting pig whose main sty is in the UK. :)
Piers Morgan?

I've just looked it up and "Globetrotter" is a very serious condition - worse than swine flu.
#26
£2.22 at Morrisons
#27
Ok for people who are comparing with other supermarkets, these are Butchers Selection cuts, which are premium. People that know their meats will know what I'm talking about.. No rind in sight.

This is also UK sourced.. From approved farmers specially selected..

Anyway, you can all continue to drive your Fords while I get driven in my Bentley..

I'll get my coat..


Edited By: firstofficer on Oct 16, 2016 17:30: .
#28
qbs
"UK based" - Conjures up an image of a globetrotting pig whose main sty is in the UK. :)
Triggers me to think of fairy tales from Animal Farm, pigs could be economic migrant/animal, lol!
#29
Duelling Duck
qbs
"UK based" - Conjures up an image of a globetrotting pig whose main sty is in the UK. :)
Piers Morgan?

I've just looked it up and "Globetrotter" is a very serious condition - worse than swine flu.
A pig could well have a globe trotter.
#30
Justme1969
Tastes like cardboard (and cruelty).


2 large helpings of cardboard & cruelty over here please yum yum
1 Like #31
Some pigs are more pigs than other pigs.


Could someone pass me my coat please?
#32
oink oink :p
#33
firstofficer
Ok for people who are comparing with other supermarkets, these are Butchers Selection cuts, which are premium. People that know their meats will know what I'm talking about.. No rind in sight.
This is also UK sourced.. From approved farmers specially selected..
Anyway, you can all continue to drive your Fords while I get driven in my Bentley..
I'll get my coat..
No rind no good, that's why I buy pork luv the stuff so now I'm gona have to vote cold
#34
lassy
firstofficer
Ok for people who are comparing with other supermarkets, these are Butchers Selection cuts, which are premium. People that know their meats will know what I'm talking about.. No rind in sight.
This is also UK sourced.. From approved farmers specially selected..
Anyway, you can all continue to drive your Fords while I get driven in my Bentley..
I'll get my coat..
No rind no good, that's why I buy pork luv the stuff so now I'm gona have to vote cold

I should reiterate that this forum is not for personal preferences. It's for the value of deals. For example, I've seen vegetarians rate meat deals. Whether or not you like rind is neither here or there as far as this deal is concerned..

I'll get my coat..
#35
UK pork so MRSA free. YAY!
#36
abaxas
UK pork so MRSA free. YAY!

Correct!! So you can pig out to your heart's content!!

No pun intended..

I'll get my coat...
#37
firstofficer
lassy
firstofficer
Ok for people who are comparing with other supermarkets, these are Butchers Selection cuts, which are premium. People that know their meats will know what I'm talking about.. No rind in sight.
This is also UK sourced.. From approved farmers specially selected..
Anyway, you can all continue to drive your Fords while I get driven in my Bentley..
I'll get my coat..
No rind no good, that's why I buy pork luv the stuff so now I'm gona have to vote cold
I should reiterate that this forum is not for personal preferences. It's for the value of deals. For example, I've seen vegetarians rate meat deals. Whether or not you like rind is neither here or there as far as this deal is concerned..
I'll get my coat..
I think you were the one to mention the rind and imply therefore it was a better cut I was about to vote hot but the sarcasm to imply that you know it all so it must be the best was a little hard to swallow and I luv my ford as much as my rind and that's my opinion and not dissing anyone in the process either so .I..

Edited By: lassy on Oct 17, 2016 13:57
#38
lassy
firstofficer
lassy
firstofficer
Ok for people who are comparing with other supermarkets, these are Butchers Selection cuts, which are premium. People that know their meats will know what I'm talking about.. No rind in sight.
This is also UK sourced.. From approved farmers specially selected..
Anyway, you can all continue to drive your Fords while I get driven in my Bentley..
I'll get my coat..
No rind no good, that's why I buy pork luv the stuff so now I'm gona have to vote cold
I should reiterate that this forum is not for personal preferences. It's for the value of deals. For example, I've seen vegetarians rate meat deals. Whether or not you like rind is neither here or there as far as this deal is concerned..
I'll get my coat..
I think you were the one to mention the rind and imply therefore it was a better cut I was about to vote hot but the sarcasm to imply that you know it all so it must be the best was a little hard to swallow and I luv my ford as much as my rind and that's my opinion and not dissing anyone in the process either so .I..

Btw, ever heard of fullstops or comas?

I'll get my coat..

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