45%  off Rump Steak at Morrisons.  Now £8 per kilo.
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45% off Rump Steak at Morrisons. Now £8 per kilo.

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Found 16th MarEdited by:"LesD"
But only until SUNDAY (18th).

This will be better than their vacuum-packed offers as it is from the meat counter. Get it cut how you want - the 32oz slice is the choicest in my view.

Was £14.68 per kilo.
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maffeycourt31 m ago

I'm looking for a deal on flip flops, any ideas?


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Can't really go wrong with that @LesD.

Well, as long as they're not cooked any longer than medium-rare
Just in time for steak and belated bj day
Maloney685 m ago

Just in time for steak and belated bj day


What's belated?
savemethemoney37 m ago

What's belated?



Nothing as long as you remember to do it on time lol
I'm looking for a deal on flip flops, any ideas?
maffeycourt31 m ago

I'm looking for a deal on flip flops, any ideas?


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Bought some on Tuesday, had it tonight, not the best but certainly not the worst I've tasted!
LesD4 m ago

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Much better from butchers but can't complain at the price.
With the ongoing scandal of the meat processing industry and shocking standards, I find the best solution is to buy a cow and slaughter it in the back garden
plodging24 m ago

With the ongoing scandal of the meat processing industry and shocking …With the ongoing scandal of the meat processing industry and shocking standards, I find the best solution is to buy a cow and slaughter it in the back garden


You'll get moo everywhere
plodging1 h, 50 m ago

With the ongoing scandal of the meat processing industry and shocking …With the ongoing scandal of the meat processing industry and shocking standards, I find the best solution is to buy a cow and slaughter it in the back garden

I smell bulls*** . Pull the udder one mate it's got cowbells on it
Thanks, looks OK, but not yet eaten any. Once I managed to convince the butcher about the thickness I wanted, I got 3 nice looking steaks for £5.50. Always find thinner pieces cook easier fried, and must not be overcooked. Think it was on here that I read how to cook steak properly. Had been overcooking thick pieces for years.
Hot hot hot ... Love a bit of rump
regcar4 h, 51 m ago

Thanks, looks OK, but not yet eaten any. Once I managed to convince the …Thanks, looks OK, but not yet eaten any. Once I managed to convince the butcher about the thickness I wanted, I got 3 nice looking steaks for £5.50. Always find thinner pieces cook easier fried, and must not be overcooked. Think it was on here that I read how to cook steak properly. Had been overcooking thick pieces for years.


How do you cook steak properly when thick cut
adamc1137 m ago

How do you cook steak properly when thick cut


I would like to know as well, looking on the web it seems that most people think it should be reasonably thin. (up to 1 cm thick)

If you fry thin steak on a high heat setting, it only needs 2 to 3 minutes a side. Only turn once after 3 minutes to cook the other side. It will still be a bit bloody in the middle, but beef is supposed to still be safe.

Other meats are not so safe. Always cook pork and chicken very thoroughly. Chicken is the only meat I will not use a few days after use by date. Beef seems fine, until the maggots are completely covering the meat!
adamc1114 h, 37 m ago

How do you cook steak properly when thick cut


Oven till just below the desired centre temp. Very hot pan, drop a bit of butter in followed by the steak until you have a nice crust.
Told by staff and at the customer service desk that it is only available with internet orders!
clemisace1 m ago

Told by staff and at the customer service desk that it is only available …Told by staff and at the customer service desk that it is only available with internet orders!



I'd complain to head office then if I were you.
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