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Posted 19th Aug

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It's back. The popular Big Daddy Rump Steak 454g.

It works out as just 31p per ounce of tender British beef. Savvy shoppers have the opportunity to secure their very own 'Big Daddy' steak at Aldi, as the 16 ounce behemoth returns for just £4.99.


The supermarket will be filling their shelves with limited stocks of the rump cut until every last one is gone, meaning hungry buyers should get out there and act quickly to bag their slice of meat.


The 21-day matured Big Daddy extra-thick rump steak will no doubt satisfy even the biggest appetite.

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Works out as 11 quid a kilo, at present Sainsbury's 21 day matured Rump steak is £10.44
Kidmonkey19/08/2019 17:02

I loved Big Daddy, not sure I want a lice of his rump on my plate …I loved Big Daddy, not sure I want a lice of his rump on my plate though...[Image]


And for the vegans a slice of "giant haystacks"
These are never in stock. No space on the shelves were even made available for these special offers at my local.
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These are never in stock. No space on the shelves were even made available for these special offers at my local.
dz119/08/2019 13:35

These are never in stock. No space on the shelves were even made available …These are never in stock. No space on the shelves were even made available for these special offers at my local.


Agree three Aldi’s round our way never get them or the staff get there first.
Good price but I prefer a T bone or rib eye...but have a little heat
Works out as 11 quid a kilo, at present Sainsbury's 21 day matured Rump steak is £10.44
Am I right in saying it offer starts instore on Friday?(If you can get one)How long are they available for?
Bought these steaks the last time they were on offer ,I was not very impressed ,the meat had taste,but they tend to have a lot of grizzle & noticed a few that were cut against the grain of the meat,Which tends to make them near impossible to cut,So for that i would say buy with caution 6/10 for these steaks,I'd sooner buy them from a good butchers shop & pay the extra price .
coyote19/08/2019 14:02

The Sirloins the better deal …The Sirloins the better deal https://www.aldi.co.uk/28-day-thick-cut-sirloin-steak/p/021811304347400


You beat me to it. Sirloin at £10 a kilo - what's not to like?
The standard of cutting the steaks is terrible.
Mind you the supplier is screwed down on price so quality goes out of the window
2facedshanks19/08/2019 14:01

Am I right in saying it offer starts instore on Friday?(If you can get …Am I right in saying it offer starts instore on Friday?(If you can get one)How long are they available for?


They are on sale in stores from Thursday until the stock they have is gone.
dz119/08/2019 13:35

These are never in stock. No space on the shelves were even made available …These are never in stock. No space on the shelves were even made available for these special offers at my local.



eslick19/08/2019 13:43

Agree three Aldi’s round our way never get them or the staff get there f …Agree three Aldi’s round our way never get them or the staff get there first.


I suppose it may depend which area of the country you live in and the availability. The 3 Aldi stores close to where I live in Manchester have plenty of stock in but they can fly off the shelves quite quickly. My wife used to work for Aldi and retired a couple of years ago, she says people used to be queuing at the door to get them on the day they went on sale. If you do get to Aldi I hope you can pick at least one up and give it a try. Good luck
Edited by: "oliviasgrandad" 19th Aug
I know the USP for these is the size but I think the normal rump they sell is better. Easily the best rump I've had from any of the well known supermarkets.
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Heat Added, cooked medium and serve with peas, mushrooms and fat chips
Edited by: "Toptrumpet" 19th Aug
I loved Big Daddy, not sure I want a lice of his rump on my plate though...

Kidmonkey19/08/2019 17:02

I loved Big Daddy, not sure I want a lice of his rump on my plate …I loved Big Daddy, not sure I want a lice of his rump on my plate though...[Image]


And for the vegans a slice of "giant haystacks"
coyote19/08/2019 14:02

The Sirloins the better deal …The Sirloins the better deal https://www.aldi.co.uk/28-day-thick-cut-sirloin-steak/p/021811304347400


Sirloin infinitely better too. More. Flavour. More juicy. Nice spot.
Savingsmad19/08/2019 17:24

And for the vegans a slice of "giant haystacks"



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Kidmonkey19/08/2019 17:02

I loved Big Daddy, not sure I want a lice of his rump on my plate …I loved Big Daddy, not sure I want a lice of his rump on my plate though...[Image]

Edited by: "Jawz" 20th Aug
If you have taste buds, it is far better to get something from your local butcher and even if more expensive, just get a smaller size. This meat (when a cow) was almost definitely fed with all kinds of unpleasantness (not grass).

If you are going to buy a steak, buy a proper one, from grass fed cows.
Can’t call it the big daddy any more, as that’s sexist; you need to call it the “big all-inclusive non sexist steak”
nihcaj19/08/2019 13:48

Works out as 11 quid a kilo, at present Sainsbury's 21 day matured Rump …Works out as 11 quid a kilo, at present Sainsbury's 21 day matured Rump steak is £10.44



Asda scottish 21 day matured rump on the butchers counter is £10 kg so good deal as well.
whats_the_deal20/08/2019 12:25

If you have taste buds, it is far better to get something from your local …If you have taste buds, it is far better to get something from your local butcher and even if more expensive, just get a smaller size. This meat (when a cow) was almost definitely fed with all kinds of unpleasantness (not grass). If you are going to buy a steak, buy a proper one, from grass fed cows.


Just run us through the way you can tell, and how you can guarantee that.

I hear this "Local Butcher" stuff every time there is meat on here, yet as we all know they vary widely in terms of price and quality of meat they sell, as they have always done.
Edited by: "nihcaj" 20th Aug
nihcaj20/08/2019 15:58

Just run us through the way you can tell, and how you can guarantee that. …Just run us through the way you can tell, and how you can guarantee that. I hear this "Local Butcher" stuff every time there is meat on here, yet as we all know they vary widely in terms of price and quality of meat they sell, as they have always done.


A lot of people on here were saying the same thing when a deal was posted just before Easter for Asda legs of lamb, yet I saw a "local butcher" in Asda filling his trolley with lamb legs that he admitted he would be selling at twice the price Asda were selling them for. He said he couldn't get them from his own supplier at that price.
nihcaj20/08/2019 15:58

Just run us through the way you can tell, and how you can guarantee that. …Just run us through the way you can tell, and how you can guarantee that. I hear this "Local Butcher" stuff every time there is meat on here, yet as we all know they vary widely in terms of price and quality of meat they sell, as they have always done.


I'll admit that you can't, however, I can taste the difference with my butcher's produce (even blind testing, I could do it) and it is not insignificant. My butcher will chew your ear off about the quality of his produce and even how other butchers will sell cheap muck.

OK, I can't know for certain he is being honest, but I am 90% certain from my reading of his face, character and the quality of the food. Can't do more than that really...

Why not buy this steak and the same cut from your butcher, cook both the same way and decide for yourself?

One thing is absolutely certain though, there is no doubt this Aldi stuff is the cheapest the supermarket could get its hands on.
whats_the_deal21/08/2019 10:04

I'll admit that you can't, however, I can taste the difference with my …I'll admit that you can't, however, I can taste the difference with my butcher's produce (even blind testing, I could do it) and it is not insignificant. My butcher will chew your ear off about the quality of his produce and even how other butchers will sell cheap muck.OK, I can't know for certain he is being honest, but I am 90% certain from my reading of his face, character and the quality of the food. Can't do more than that really...Why not buy this steak and the same cut from your butcher, cook both the same way and decide for yourself?One thing is absolutely certain though, there is no doubt this Aldi stuff is the cheapest the supermarket could get its hands on.


I don't have a butcher. There was one, it closed almost 20 year ago, not long after I moved here no shock as it was a scruffy hole. There are 4 large supermarkets closer to me than the next nearest one, and several more small ones, all of which are probably 60% cheaper! The parking there is appalling, not impossible, but just about. The shop is full of crap such as highly coloured "Chinese style" kebabs which bear no relation to anything Chinese! I don't include a "Meat warehouse" about 4 miles away as it sells nothing but pre-frozen junk, the type you buy from those big vans in large markets, and are higher than supermarket prices anyway and the place engages in some *really* dubious advertising.

There are "award winning Butchers" around, but not in my very large city, they are in a couple of smaller towns some miles away, a nightmare in the daytime traffic and of course they don't open at the times I typical shop (8 or 9pm, mid week). The prices are truly eye watering, as one of them has the Royal Warrant, but at least they aren't full of the crap I see nearer home.

I am old enough to remember butchers on every commercial street in my hometown, I know the Meat industry pretty well, or perhaps more accurately, know it as it was, so it comes as no surprise to me there are few of them now, as the Supermarkets have spanked their behinds, and now have a free trade with no real competition!

The same thing is happening now with the Pub trade, as it is with Uber and the Taxi trade.
dz119/08/2019 13:35

These are never in stock. No space on the shelves were even made available …These are never in stock. No space on the shelves were even made available for these special offers at my local.


Yes never in stock.
Actually the two rump
Steaks 4.99 going through at 3.99 are better value.
Below £10.00 kilo.
The daddy steaks can be variable in quantity.
Mind you you have to see both sides of the coin.
The poor supplier is a screwed done on price so quickly can vary.
Even so the cutting standards are terrible.
Some very good some atrocious.
My comment is based on me being a trained butcher.
The tomahawk steaks work very expensive.
The bone might be
20 to 25% of the total weight.
So at 20% of total price per kilo is 1.299 kilo.
So add to cost price of 12.99
=15.57 kilo
Last comment its 20% of 12.99 = 2.58kilo
fooo26/08/2019 16:58

The tomahawk steaks work very expensive.The bone might be 20 to 25% of the …The tomahawk steaks work very expensive.The bone might be 20 to 25% of the total weight.So at 20% of total price per kilo is 1.299 kilo.So add to cost price of 12.99 =15.57 kilo

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