British Leg of Pork down to just £2 a KG in-store and online @ Tesco (fresh meat counter)
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British Leg of Pork down to just £2 a KG in-store and online @ Tesco (fresh meat counter)

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Found 28th Feb
Absolute bargain, just picked up 3 big joints to put in the freezer, can't go wrong at this price.
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Crackling price @David_Robinson (sorry think it's snow madness ) - makes amazing pulled pork, thanks for sharing
OP, yes, you can go wrong: Leviticus 11:7
wishihadadonkey26 m ago

Crackling price @David_Robinson (sorry think it's snow …Crackling price @David_Robinson (sorry think it's snow madness ) - makes amazing pulled pork, thanks for sharing


Never made pulled pork. How do you do it? Is it just low temperature for long time?
Slow cooker, 8 hrs on low, lush. Take cracklin off put in oven to crisp up, nom nom
deanoquinn8 m ago

Slow cooker, 8 hrs on low, lush. Take cracklin off put in oven to crisp …Slow cooker, 8 hrs on low, lush. Take cracklin off put in oven to crisp up, nom nom


Help me out. I have a slow cooker, but have only ever used it for sauces like chillis , currys etc. How do you do a joint? Need to add water?
£2.50 / kilo online
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holeymoley1814 m ago

Help me out. I have a slow cooker, but have only ever used it for sauces …Help me out. I have a slow cooker, but have only ever used it for sauces like chillis , currys etc. How do you do a joint? Need to add water?


Normally I'd use the shoulder as opposed to the leg, but you can still get really good pulled pork from the leg.

Easiest way, if you don't want the crackling, would be to remove the top layer of fat/skin from the joint. Place the meat in a large glass roasting dish, add some seasoning (your choice here, as simple as some salt all the way to a rub bought from the supermarket), cover with a double layer of tin foil and then leave in the oven at 150 degrees celsius for 6-8 hours, you'll know when it is ready as it will just fall apart when you stick a fork in.

Once it is ready move the dish and meat to the side and let it rest for around 15 mins and then pull it apart with a pair of forks.

During the rest period I make a simple BBQ sauce to add once I have pulled it all apart, but most people would just buy a ready made sauce from the shops.

Add the sauce to the pulled meat, give it a good mix and shove back in the over at 100 degrees C for 10 mins to make sure it's all good and warm and then serve.
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Not sure why you are looking at the crackling leg it's not the product in the thread title or linked in the Get Deal button.
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holeymoley1832 m ago

Never made pulled pork. How do you do it? Is it just low temperature for …Never made pulled pork. How do you do it? Is it just low temperature for long time?


I cheat, I add the joint to a slow cooker, add a bottle of either Dr Pepper or Coke with a jar of Raggae Reggae (Levi Roots) cooking sauce & slow cook until the meat is falling apart
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missmisiowa56 m ago

OP, yes, you can go wrong: Leviticus 11:7


If I was an Israelite born before Jesus Christ I would concur, however this rule was, I believe, abolished by Jesus: Mark 7:18-20
Remove surface layer of skin/fat. Cook in a casserole till soft. Allow to cool then mush up in a processor with the same weight of oats. Feed it to the birds.
Glad to see this is British pork. Danish/EU pork is produced in really cruel conditions. There was a documentary about it a few years ago and I have never bought it since. It's a little cheaper, but if you can afford it please support British farmers as they do at least have welfare laws to adhere to. Danish/EU pork raising is not what you'd want for any animal. Rant over, sorry.
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GrouchoM55 m ago

Glad to see this is British pork. Danish/EU pork is produced in really …Glad to see this is British pork. Danish/EU pork is produced in really cruel conditions. There was a documentary about it a few years ago and I have never bought it since. It's a little cheaper, but if you can afford it please support British farmers as they do at least have welfare laws to adhere to. Danish/EU pork raising is not what you'd want for any animal. Rant over, sorry.


I concur, I always buy British where there is a UK option. Certain types of meat, such as Chorizo isn't made here sadly.
david_robinson943 h, 47 m ago

If I was an Israelite born before Jesus Christ I would concur, however …If I was an Israelite born before Jesus Christ I would concur, however this rule was, I believe, abolished by Jesus: Mark 7:18-20


Mark 7:18 talks about washing hands in relation to man's customs being observed rather than God laws.This is often used by false teachers and even described in some translations as "Thus he declared all foods clean". These verses have nothing to do with food (except bread in this particular example). Also, PLEASE note that term "food" was established in Leviticus 11:7 and the scope of it never changed. False teachers successfully use a game of the words. We must remember that all foods were always clean! Food = clean. What is not to eat is unclean = NOT food. Jesus NEVER changed the scope of food. The fact that some products are available in supermarkets does not make them food, they are still unclean animals and their dead bodies are toxic to humans.
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missmisiowa1 h, 10 m ago

Mark 7:18 talks about washing hands in relation to man's customs being …Mark 7:18 talks about washing hands in relation to man's customs being observed rather than God laws.This is often used by false teachers and even described in some translations as "Thus he declared all foods clean". These verses have nothing to do with food (except bread in this particular example). Also, PLEASE note that term "food" was established in Leviticus 11:7 and the scope of it never changed. False teachers successfully use a game of the words. We must remember that all foods were always clean! Food = clean. What is not to eat is unclean = NOT food. Jesus NEVER changed the scope of food. The fact that some products are available in supermarkets does not make them food, they are still unclean animals and their dead bodies are toxic to humans.


Well, I never intended to start a Biblical discussion when posting this deal.

Personally I side with Paul on this one:

“I am convinced, being fully persuaded in the Lord Jesus, that nothing is unclean in itself. But if anyone regards something as unclean, then for that person it is unclean. If your brother or sister is distressed because of what you eat, you are no longer acting in love. Do not by your eating destroy someone for whom Christ died.”

So, if you do not wish to eat pork on religious grounds, well I won't try and stop you.

As for me I am looking forward to my freshly made Pulled Pork Baguette tonight, followed by my Roast Pork after church on Sunday!
david_robinson942 h, 51 m ago

Well, I never intended to start a Biblical discussion when posting this …Well, I never intended to start a Biblical discussion when posting this deal.Personally I side with Paul on this one:“I am convinced, being fully persuaded in the Lord Jesus, that nothing is unclean in itself. But if anyone regards something as unclean, then for that person it is unclean. If your brother or sister is distressed because of what you eat, you are no longer acting in love. Do not by your eating destroy someone for whom Christ died.”So, if you do not wish to eat pork on religious grounds, well I won't try and stop you.As for me I am looking forward to my freshly made Pulled Pork Baguette tonight, followed by my Roast Pork after church on Sunday!


David, I hope that you are right and I may be wrong. However, since you mentioned "church on Sunday", I have a suggestion:
If you find a bit of time (perhaps on Saturday?) please explore the possibility of Jesus upholding all the God laws and commandments.
You could start here if you wish:
lifehopeandtruth.com/bib…nt/

I think that understanding of the following verses is of paramount importance.
Matthew 7:13 Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and many enter through it.
Matthew 7:14 But small is the gate and narrow the way that leads to life, and only a few find it.

I wish that more people would choose the difficult way rater than following the crowd but we have been told that many (most?) will follow the beast's teachings.
Enjoy your meals :-)
All in your hands.
Heat if you can actually get to one of the stores to pick one up. Not sure if AA consider this essential travelling.
Tesco for meat? No thanks!

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