British Beef Bone In Rib Joint £10.50 - Tesco Counter
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British Beef Bone In Rib Joint £10.50 - Tesco Counter

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Found 27th MarEdited by:"bushman"
British Beef Bone In Rib Joint - Tesco Meat Counter (available now till 3Apr).
For those that cannot wait for their Lidl "Cowboy Steaks" (@£15/kg), plus save a good cut of cash as well. Comparing the images it appears the tesco cut has shorter bone, so not paying extra for this as well.
Grab one of these (and if wanting "Bone-in ribeye steaks), take a sharp knife and cut between the rib bones. Plus you can examine and choose from your butchers selection, unlike the Lidle steaks which are hidden from the prying eye withinthe dark confines of a cardboard box.
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    Admittedly a bit pricey for me, but did order this for Christmas and it was worth the money as it was such a superior flavour and quality.
    Cheers OP do love a rib roast. And this is the cheapest around per kg.
    Has been good quality when we've had it before. And being over the counter you can see both ends of the joint!
    Salivating
    Looking forward to Sunday roast.
    What's the weight of these, how many decent steaks will they yield?
    morocco111 m ago

    What's the weight of these, how many decent steaks will they yield?


    None - it's not very good steak meat - better cooked slow & low.
    luvsadealdealdeal59 m ago

    None - it's not very good steak meat - better cooked slow & low.


    Well that's not entirely true. Low and slow is certainly the traditional way to cook it, but this is essentially an untrimmed ribeye on the bone, so you can easily slice it up into a bunch of ribeyes - the king of all steaks!
    Showing at £13.50 on Tesco site now
    PeteW7 m ago

    Well that's not entirely true. Low and slow is certainly the traditional …Well that's not entirely true. Low and slow is certainly the traditional way to cook it, but this is essentially an untrimmed ribeye on the bone, so you can easily slice it up into a bunch of ribeyes - the king of all steaks!


    Don't buy this if you wear dentures

    Chewy? Your dog will be happy.


    PeteW17 m ago

    Well that's not entirely true. Low and slow is certainly the traditional …Well that's not entirely true. Low and slow is certainly the traditional way to cook it, but this is essentially an untrimmed ribeye on the bone, so you can easily slice it up into a bunch of ribeyes - the king of all steaks!


    morocco11 h, 28 m ago

    What's the weight of these, how many decent steaks will they yield?


    I clicked the link, I learned a lot. It's actually £10.50 per KG, so allowing for the weight of the bone, you'd be looking at 2x 16oz or 4x 8oz per kg - obviously not taking into account the position of the bone and its effect on the logistics of actually cutting the meat. Four 16oz bone-in ribeyes for £20ish isn't bad at all, might have a drive over and have a butchers at the joints, see what they look like.
    Edited by: "morocco1" 28th Mar
    luvsadealdealdeal24 m ago

    Don't buy this if you wear dentures Chewy? Your dog will be …Don't buy this if you wear dentures Chewy? Your dog will be happy.[Image]


    Depends whether they're prime or short rib, the link doesn't specify. Short ribs wouldn't make good steaks, prime rib certainly would.
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