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Sainsburys's Wexford Mature Cheddar Cheese 500g - 2 for £3.99 - Instore & Online

£3.99 @ Sainsbury's
So that's 1kg of Nice Cheddar for just £3.99 - Good Price if you ask me! Instore & Online at Sainsbury's - good amount of stock instore too. Read More
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So that's 1kg of Nice Cheddar for just £3.99 - Good Price if you ask me!
Instore & Online at Sainsbury's - good amount of stock instore too.
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#1
Good price for this
Voted hot
#2
Voted hot got four the other day, Grated freezed them.
#3
Yep, bought some a few days ago and it's a really tasty Irish cheddar. Voted hot
#4
yummmm, chese on toast
#5
Also note, this cheese works out cheaper than the Sainsbury's Basics one, and tastes 10x better!
AND.... is cheaper than the Cathedral City Cheddar offer posted around somewhere, somerfield or asda i think, and again is nicer (in my opinion! I am a cheese addict lol!)
#6
I've just run out of cheese so will pickup two tomorrow (or maybe 4 if I have any money left!).

Seriously regretting not going this afternoon as the fridge is bare. A bowl of baked beans is not looking very inspired.
1 Like #7
Supermarket promotion.

How about this:

1. walk down aisles
2. look for one of hundreds of daily promotions in your prefered supermarket
3. don't post it here

Thanks!
#8
beej
Supermarket promotion.

How about this:

1. walk down aisles
2. look for one of hundreds of daily promotions in your prefered supermarket
3. don't post it here

Thanks!


Its only one of the better deals, some people might want to know about it even if you don't :roll:
Not every deal gets posted on here, only the ones with decent savings
#9
Has everyone ever heard of a type of cheese called comté (pronounce as con-tay)
I wanted to buy these (£2.50 for a small slice) but I cant find it anywhere except the borough market (semi-up class market)
I ran a search and didnt find any results, anyone looking at this page maybe able to give me some directions?
#10
eSimple
Has everyone ever heard of a type of cheese called comté (pronounce as con-tay)
I wanted to buy these (£2.50 for a small slice) but I cant find it anywhere except the borough market (semi-up class market)
I ran a search and didnt find any results, anyone looking at this page maybe able to give me some directions?


Any good?
http://www.cremedeli.co.uk/Index.aspx?NSearchStr=CLF162

Creme de la Creme
Comte AOC Petite Fort Saint Antoine
Code CLF162 | Quantity 250g

From antiquity to the 19th century, from Pliny to Victor Hugo, this cheese is spoken of in many literary work...

Price £4.50
#11
eSimple
Has everyone ever heard of a type of cheese called comté (pronounce as con-tay)
I wanted to buy these (£2.50 for a small slice) but I cant find it anywhere except the borough market (semi-up class market)
I ran a search and didnt find any results, anyone looking at this page maybe able to give me some directions?


Any good?

http://www.cremedeli.co.uk/CremeImages/CLF162_md.jpg

http://www.cremedeli.co.uk/Index.aspx?NSearchStr=CLF162

Creme de la Creme
Comte AOC Petite Fort Saint Antoine
Code CLF162 | Quantity 250g
Price £4.50

From antiquity to the 19th century, from Pliny to Victor Hugo, this cheese is spoken of in many literary works. And there is a good reason for this: Comté is one of the best liked cheeses in France. It is regularly consumed by 40% of the French population and its production exceeds 50 000 tons. Its hardly surprising that part of this quantity has not been allowed to bear the AOC label, as this label has to meet strict production rules.

Comté is native to the Massif du Jura, a region of medium height mountains, in the Franche Comté. Comté is a precious food, rich in phosphorus, calcium and mineral salts. There are dozens of Comté-based recipes, from aperitifs to deserts. It is one of those rare cheeses that go well with fish or sea food. It also present in the so well-known Fondue.

Maturing time:- 4 to 6 months. Raw milk, from two consecutive milkings of Montbéliarde cows. Curdles, with a natural adding of rennet. Pressed, salted when dry. Turned over and regularly rubbed in brine.

Appearance:- Humid outer layer, yellow to brownish. Firm cheese, light and suplle, from creamy yellow to dark yellow, with not that many holes, which shows it went through a good maturing process. Very rich aromatic range. Floral smell, fruity taste.
#12
eSimple
Has everyone ever heard of a type of cheese called comté (pronounce as con-tay)
I wanted to buy these (£2.50 for a small slice) but I cant find it anywhere except the borough market (semi-up class market)
I ran a search and didnt find any results, anyone looking at this page maybe able to give me some directions?


Waitrose sell it.

£16.99/ kg

Good deal on the Wexford.
#13
beej
Supermarket promotion.

How about this:

1. walk down aisles
2. look for one of hundreds of daily promotions in your prefered supermarket
3. don't post it here

Thanks!


some of us shop in all the supermarkets cherrypicking the best deals so the heads up is appreciated.
#14
spacast;2767964
Any good?

http://www.cremedeli.co.uk/CremeImages/CLF162_md.jpg

http://www.cremedeli.co.uk/Index.aspx?NSearchStr=CLF162

Creme de la Creme
Comte AOC Petite Fort Saint Antoine
Code CLF162 | Quantity 250g
Price £4.50

From antiquity to the 19th century, from Pliny to Victor Hugo, this cheese is spoken of in many literary works. And there is a good reason for this: Comté is one of the best liked cheeses in France. It is regularly consumed by 40% of the French population and its production exceeds 50 000 tons. Its hardly surprising that part of this quantity has not been allowed to bear the AOC label, as this label has to meet strict production rules.

Comté is native to the Massif du Jura, a region of medium height mountains, in the Franche Comté. Comté is a precious food, rich in phosphorus, calcium and mineral salts. There are dozens of Comté-based recipes, from aperitifs to deserts. It is one of those rare cheeses that go well with fish or sea food. It also present in the so well-known Fondue.

Maturing time:- 4 to 6 months. Raw milk, from two consecutive milkings of Montbéliarde cows. Curdles, with a natural adding of rennet. Pressed, salted when dry. Turned over and regularly rubbed in brine.

Appearance:- Humid outer layer, yellow to brownish. Firm cheese, light and suplle, from creamy yellow to dark yellow, with not that many holes, which shows it went through a good maturing process. Very rich aromatic range. Floral smell, fruity taste.


Lacero;2768253
Waitrose sell it.

£16.99/ kg

Good deal on the Wexford.

Thank you so much!!! I normally dont really fuss about what cheese I eat until recently I tried this one.
It was so nice!
#15
I like the supermarket offers, might of not bothered but i will go now! Voted hot :)
#16
wooooww....such a nice buy....will ask my hubby to get some!!!
#17
eSimple
Has everyone ever heard of a type of cheese called comté (pronounce as con-tay)
I wanted to buy these (£2.50 for a small slice) but I cant find it anywhere except the borough market (semi-up class market)
I ran a search and didnt find any results, anyone looking at this page maybe able to give me some directions?


Lidl used to do 150g blocks for around £1.39. Now they only do it in pre-sliced packs for £1.49 under the Duc Du Coeur brand. Very nice cheese.
#18
How does this Wexford compare to the Seriously Strong that I adore?

Always buy some Comte when in France, wonderful on fresh baguette. Mmmmmmmm salivating at the thought of that tasty cheese. Early lunch methinks.
#19
Fab! I usually buy Tesco's own mature cheddar at over £6 a kilo so this is a great price!
#20
just got back from the shops and this is YUMMY!

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