British Large Whole Chicken 1.55-1.95Kg only £2.25 @ Tesco (from tomorrow 09/03)
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British Large Whole Chicken 1.55-1.95Kg only £2.25 @ Tesco (from tomorrow 09/03)

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Found 8th Mar
Cheap chicken Offer valid for delivery from 09/03

Large Whole Chicken 1.55-1.95Kg - £2.25
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Neither free-range nor corn-fed. Avoid.
m5rcc17 m ago

Neither free-range nor corn-fed. Avoid.



If you were that bothered you would want organic!
phillyboy1 h, 7 m ago

Have they cleaned up all those dirty chicken production plants yet??


Have you wiped your A hole this morning?
[quote=m5rcc]Neither free-range nor corn-fed. Avoid.[/quote]

Not vegan, either.
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Wow!Thats Cheep!
Have they cleaned up all those dirty chicken production plants yet??
jules8889 m ago

Wow!Thats Cheep!


For that comment I'm giving you the bird
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This is a super deal! Thanks for sharing!
Just got a medium-sized chicken from m&s for £5.80 but got it as a meal deal for a tenner. Also got wine, apple pie and side. Anyway have some heat
Neither free-range nor corn-fed. Avoid.
m5rcc17 m ago

Neither free-range nor corn-fed. Avoid.



If you were that bothered you would want organic!
fearona1 m ago

If you were that bothered you would want organic!


Ideally but not many supermarkets stock organic and free-range and corn-fed.
phillyboy1 h, 7 m ago

Have they cleaned up all those dirty chicken production plants yet??


Have you wiped your A hole this morning?
[quote=m5rcc]Neither free-range nor corn-fed. Avoid.[/quote]

Not vegan, either.
darrenleereid8th Mar

Have you wiped your A hole this morning?


Yes, had a lovely poo thank you.
Wiped it wonderfully clean with a quality paper (not the daily mail)
Why are you interested in my A hole?
They doing a meal deal with the chicken feed family for £11 all veg etc I try and find again and post
annie20154 m ago

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.thesun.co.uk/money/5755386/tesco-is-doing-a-roast-dinner-meal-deal-to-feed-a-family-of-four-for-11/amp/


Overpriced then!
great price but all the meat offers like this are sold out when I go to my local.
Max of 2. per order possible
m5rcc53 m ago

Overpriced then!


It’s for the extra special veg not cheap Tesco value
Send some to KFC ..
annie20151 m ago

It’s for the extra special veg not cheap Tesco value


There's nothing 'extra special' about the veg. It's pre-cut and therefore much dearer than buying a sack of potaties, a bag of carrots, etc...

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m5rcc2 m ago

There's nothing 'extra special' about the veg. It's pre-cut and therefore …There's nothing 'extra special' about the veg. It's pre-cut and therefore much dearer than buying a sack of potaties, a bag of carrots, etc...[Image]


It’s called convenient food get a grip it’s a deal for someone to do something nice for Mother’s Day so they can relax and spend time with family
Anyone ever stick these in the Freezer?

Doing a massive Sunday Lunch next week with the full works so wondering if it will keep until then
annie201512 m ago

It’s called convenient food get a grip it’s a deal for someone to do som …It’s called convenient food get a grip it’s a deal for someone to do something nice for Mother’s Day so they can relax and spend time with family



Convenience food, you mean? There's nothing convenient about opening loads of packets of processed foods in my opinion.
m5rcc1 h, 54 m ago

Ideally but not many supermarkets stock organic and free-range and …Ideally but not many supermarkets stock organic and free-range and corn-fed.


Easy enough to have a few at home if you have space in the garden. We used to have 300 when I was a kid, but ours were for eggs not meat.
(Free range) No clue about organic though. But they did love mashed up potato peelings. 😁
Edited by: "Dawsy" 8th Mar
Dawsy21 m ago

Easy enough to have a few at home if you have space in the garden.


Well that is the problem - many don't ahve the space and I'm also sure many can't be bothered to rear them either.
annie20152 h, 23 m ago

It’s called convenient food get a grip it’s a deal for someone to do som …It’s called convenient food get a grip it’s a deal for someone to do something nice for Mother’s Day so they can relax and spend time with family


I wouldn’t call helping others learn to cook relaxation LOL
doramlgstev2 h, 22 m ago

Anyone ever stick these in the Freezer? Doing a massive Sunday Lunch next …Anyone ever stick these in the Freezer? Doing a massive Sunday Lunch next week with the full works so wondering if it will keep until then


Yup I regularly do but not large sized chickens I confess. I usually buy a medium which gets frozen and defrosted weeks later and it cooks fine, never had an issue with taste/texture.

Since this is a little larger defrost it the fridge the afternoon/evening before you plan to use it to make sure it fully thaws.

Heat for a great deal OP
doramlgstev2 h, 22 m ago

Anyone ever stick these in the Freezer? Doing a massive Sunday Lunch next …Anyone ever stick these in the Freezer? Doing a massive Sunday Lunch next week with the full works so wondering if it will keep until then


Yup works fine, defrost at room temp for a maximum 24 hrs - probably less in this weather with heating on, oil bird (ensures foil and skin won’t stick) cook for first 45m wrapped tight in foil ensures any pesky bugs are steamed away. Remove foil and cook to crispy perfection.


What do they actually teach people at school these days ? Lol
HoneyJamToast1 m ago

Yup I regularly do but not large sized chickens I confess. I usually buy a …Yup I regularly do but not large sized chickens I confess. I usually buy a medium which gets frozen and defrosted weeks later and it cooks fine, never had an issue with taste/texture. Since this is a little larger defrost it the fridge the afternoon/evening before you plan to use it to make sure it fully thaws. Heat for a great deal OP


Fantastic - Thanks for the advice
seaniboy2 m ago

Yup works fine, defrost at room temp for a maximum 24 hrs - probably less …Yup works fine, defrost at room temp for a maximum 24 hrs - probably less in this weather with heating on, oil bird (ensures foil and skin won’t stick) cook for first 45m wrapped tight in foil ensures any pesky bugs are steamed away. Remove foil and cook to crispy perfection.What do they actually teach people at school these days ? Lol


Haha Brilliant thanks
HoneyJamToast6 m ago

Yup I regularly do but not large sized chickens I confess. I usually buy a …Yup I regularly do but not large sized chickens I confess. I usually buy a medium which gets frozen and defrosted weeks later and it cooks fine, never had an issue with taste/texture. Since this is a little larger defrost it the fridge the afternoon/evening before you plan to use it to make sure it fully thaws. Heat for a great deal OP


So large I found from experience I had to defrost outside the fridge, overnight in the (cooler) kitchen as the rest of the house heating on full - maybe it’s my crappy IceKing fridge though ? It doesn’t like such large frozen items and it takes days to defrost in the fridge, maybe the thermometer doesn’t like such hard cold volume added ? It’s only a few months old the fridge.

Just a heads up for anyone making a set timed meal, prepare for the defrost time to be longer than you may think.
100% battery chicken, more power then the leading brand of batteries.


Free antibiotics included
natz2653 h, 29 m ago

great price but all the meat offers like this are sold out when I go to my …great price but all the meat offers like this are sold out when I go to my local.


Try going early then.
Is this a delivery only deal or is it in store also?
Dawsy2 h, 27 m ago

Easy enough to have a few at home if you have space in the garden. We used …Easy enough to have a few at home if you have space in the garden. We used to have 300 when I was a kid, but ours were for eggs not meat.(Free range) No clue about organic though. But they did love mashed up potato peelings. 😁


Interesting, I usually like my chicken with mashed up potatoes.
M-M9 m ago

Try going early then.



i have been morning the day of the offer and still not had any luck
natz2658 m ago

i have been morning the day of the offer and still not had any luck



That's not so good then, maybe tomorrow will be your lucky day.
M-M9 m ago

That's not so good then, maybe tomorrow will be your lucky day.



Exactly. I will be going tomorrow anyway so il soon see
phillyboy4 h, 26 m ago

Yes, had a lovely poo thank you.Wiped it wonderfully clean with a quality …Yes, had a lovely poo thank you.Wiped it wonderfully clean with a quality paper (not the daily mail)Why are you interested in my A hole?


Still not funny. You must try harder kid.
m5rcc5 h, 31 m ago

Neither free-range nor corn-fed. Avoid.


Corn is not a good diet for a chicken. It's just fat which is why corn fed chicken is so fatty.
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