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2 x British Ranch Steaks + Skinny Fries £4 @ Co-Op ( Super Saver )
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2 x British Ranch Steaks + Skinny Fries £4 @ Co-Op ( Super Saver )

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2pack of 100% British beef ranch steaks and coop fries

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peterdarlison228/10/2019 09:52

What the hell is a ranch steak lol. Is it rump, sirloin or cut silverside …What the hell is a ranch steak lol. Is it rump, sirloin or cut silverside or top rump?? Is it possible to know where this ranch steak is from on the body?


The Ranch steak comes from the chuck cut of a cow, namely the shoulder. Technically it is called a "boneless chuck shoulder center cut steak", but supermarkets usually use the shorter and more memorable term: "Ranch steak". A ranch steak is usually cut no thicker than one inch, weighs 10 ounces or less, and is usually trimmed of all excess fat.
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What the hell is a ranch steak lol. Is it rump, sirloin or cut silverside or top rump?? Is it possible to know where this ranch steak is from on the body?
peterdarlison228/10/2019 09:52

What the hell is a ranch steak lol. Is it rump, sirloin or cut silverside …What the hell is a ranch steak lol. Is it rump, sirloin or cut silverside or top rump?? Is it possible to know where this ranch steak is from on the body?


The Ranch steak comes from the chuck cut of a cow, namely the shoulder. Technically it is called a "boneless chuck shoulder center cut steak", but supermarkets usually use the shorter and more memorable term: "Ranch steak". A ranch steak is usually cut no thicker than one inch, weighs 10 ounces or less, and is usually trimmed of all excess fat.
Offer on from The 30th October to the 19th November
Nice
Just select a nice looking steak and pan fry in butter, delicious 😋

Heat added!
In a baguette with onions and English mustard !

Fries on the side, there is dinner sorted!
Chapers_2328/10/2019 09:55

The Ranch steak comes from the chuck cut of a cow, namely the shoulder. …The Ranch steak comes from the chuck cut of a cow, namely the shoulder. Technically it is called a "boneless chuck shoulder center cut steak", but supermarkets usually use the shorter and more memorable term: "Ranch steak". A ranch steak is usually cut no thicker than one inch, weighs 10 ounces or less, and is usually trimmed of all excess fat.


Ie one of the cheapest cuts, not sure on the deal therefore....
jamhops28/10/2019 10:27

Ie one of the cheapest cuts, not sure on the deal therefore....


This is what I was wondering. Might be better to buy a silverside joint and slice it into steaks.
£4 all in is about right. Just don't cremate when cooking or it can turn out like a rubber sole!
peterdarlison228/10/2019 10:35

This is what I was wondering. Might be better to buy a silverside joint …This is what I was wondering. Might be better to buy a silverside joint and slice it into steaks.


No, don't do that, Silverside is a cut which must be roasted, promise you!
Or boiled, braised!
Tough as old boots
ledzappa28/10/2019 10:37

No, don't do that, Silverside is a cut which must be roasted, promise you!



As a butcher I would say that Silverside is probably one of the worst cuts. It looks nice with that shimmer, but has a gristle vein right through it and not enough marbling to cook well without half a ton of basting fat.

Forerib for the tastiest roast (nowadays most cringe at the fat on it, but it dissolves on roasting and the bone gives a fantastic flavour........otherwise Top Side or Top Rump for a regular roast (sirloin if you're feeling flush).
Brisket for a slow cook.

Fillet should be reserved for Wellington or Heston - far too easy to spoil on cooking and far too expensive imo.
Oh my Christ, 10 white skeleton flame deer! Is anyone getting anything good!!
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