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Tesco fish counter Cornish fresh sardines £2.25 a kilo now

£2.25 @ Tesco
25% off so now £2.25 a kilo, was £3 a kilo. Read More
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25% off so now £2.25 a kilo, was £3 a kilo.
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3 Likes #1
From £3 to £2.25 a kilo is 25% off. A third off would make them £2 a kilo from the original £3.

Still a good deal
1 Like #2
"fresh"
#3
Lovely, thanks
#4
psmith1958
"fresh"
Just what I was thinking, after at least a days drive from Cornwall. oO
2 Likes #5
dereklogan7
psmith1958
"fresh"
Just what I was thinking, after at least a days drive from Cornwall. oO
If you apply that sort of silly reasoning, nothing could be called fresh, could it?
#6
Delbert Grady
dereklogan7
psmith1958
"fresh"
Just what I was thinking, after at least a days drive from Cornwall. oO
If you apply that sort of silly reasoning, nothing could be called fresh, could it?
So there not fresh then? oO
1 Like #7
dereklogan7
Delbert Grady
dereklogan7
psmith1958
"fresh"
Just what I was thinking, after at least a days drive from Cornwall. oO
If you apply that sort of silly reasoning, nothing could be called fresh, could it?
So there not fresh then? oO


If you want the freshest sardines then buy them frozen. In Madeira they only sell frozen ones and I cooked them from frozen and they were the freshest tasting I had ever had!
#8
cjabingham
dereklogan7
Delbert Grady
dereklogan7
psmith1958
"fresh"
Just what I was thinking, after at least a days drive from Cornwall. oO
If you apply that sort of silly reasoning, nothing could be called fresh, could it?
So there not fresh then? oO
If you want the freshest sardines then buy them frozen. In Madeira they only sell frozen ones and I cooked them from frozen and they were the freshest tasting I had ever had!


But Morrisons says their sardines ( and all their fish ) are fresh and never frozen but they never taste as good as the frozen sardines that I have cooked in Madeira!
#9
cjabingham
cjabingham
dereklogan7
Delbert Grady
dereklogan7
psmith1958
"fresh"
Just what I was thinking, after at least a days drive from Cornwall. oO
If you apply that sort of silly reasoning, nothing could be called fresh, could it?
So there not fresh then? oO
If you want the freshest sardines then buy them frozen. In Madeira they only sell frozen ones and I cooked them from frozen and they were the freshest tasting I had ever had!
But Morrisons says their sardines ( and all their fish ) are fresh and never frozen but they never taste as good as the frozen sardines that I have cooked in Madeira!

How much to post them to the UK then? :p
1 Like #10
larry27
cjabingham
cjabingham
dereklogan7
Delbert Grady
dereklogan7
psmith1958
"fresh"
Just what I was thinking, after at least a days drive from Cornwall. oO
If you apply that sort of silly reasoning, nothing could be called fresh, could it?
So there not fresh then? oO
If you want the freshest sardines then buy them frozen. In Madeira they only sell frozen ones and I cooked them from frozen and they were the freshest tasting I had ever had!
But Morrisons says their sardines ( and all their fish ) are fresh and never frozen but they never taste as good as the frozen sardines that I have cooked in Madeira!
How much to post them to the UK then? :p


Manchester fish market sells frozen sardines for £3 a kilo bag.
#11
cold. I don't like sardines.
#12
Full of bones aren't they? Any tips?
1 Like #13
Meteoor
Full of bones aren't they? Any tips?


takes me 3 hours to fillet my starter in a resturant bloody whitebait ;)
#14
why mess about buying,storing in a fridge, eating by sell by date etc....just buy tinned in tomato sauce etc at 29p plus about 5 years shelf life..... no bones either and the fog loves to lick out the tin after. the tin is also useful after for storage... panel pins, screws etc..
1 Like #15
Love these just floured and fried. Come get your lovely pilchards!

I wonder if One Pound Fish man is still doing his thing.
#16
Duelling Duck
Love these just floured and fried. Come get your lovely pilchards!
I wonder if One Pound Fish man is still doing his thing.
One Pound Fish man, is he in a market? He is an Asian man isn't he?
#17
paulrigby57
why mess about buying,storing in a fridge, eating by sell by date etc....just buy tinned in tomato sauce etc at 29p plus about 5 years shelf life..... no bones either and the fog loves to lick out the tin after. the tin is also useful after for storage... panel pins, screws etc..
Sardines in olive oil are nice. Morrisons used to sell them for 40p but they changed to sunflower oil. I bought all their olive oil ones! The others are tomato sauce and brine.

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