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Fray Bentos Corned Beef 340g £1 @ B&M
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Fray Bentos Corned Beef 340g £1 @ B&M

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Posted 30th Jul 2019

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sav2530/07/2019 15:41

But the war's over?



I’m pretty sure all daily Mail readers still think we’re at war with Germany and France.
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But the war's over?
Wow what a great deal !
We've not had Fray Bentos corned beef for years, I thought they'd stopped making it
They did
OnTheHUKD
THEY DID! 😁
That's actually a silly good price.
sav2530/07/2019 15:41

But the war's over?



I’m pretty sure all daily Mail readers still think we’re at war with Germany and France.
Ah bully beef
Who's the Cuban leader?
Flapjackdoodoo30/07/2019 15:46

I’m pretty sure all daily Mail readers still think we’re at war with Ger …I’m pretty sure all daily Mail readers still think we’re at war with Germany and France.


We aren't ?
Used to watch them making this stuff at the factory when we were kids. All the way from live cattle to tin.
Still eat it though.
Only Princes @ £2 in Cardiff Bay.
take it out of the tin and put it in the fridge overnight it slices easier add some nice sliced ripe tomatoes and sea salt in a sandwich
job done
The Cuban leader?
Corned beef hash with bubble & squeak down the borough cafe used to be my wednesday treat! ..nothing wrong wth corned beef (can be overly salty though). ..gotta be crisped not sloppy to appreciate it.
Mr_Gus30/07/2019 17:21

Corned beef hash with bubble & squeak down the borough cafe used to be my …Corned beef hash with bubble & squeak down the borough cafe used to be my wednesday treat! ..nothing wrong wth corned beef (can be overly salty though). ..gotta be crisped not sloppy to appreciate it.



You must be a Londoner.........................like me
Back in the late 70s and early 80s people would turn their noses up at corned beef, spam or chopped pork, now a decent sized tin of any will cost you £2 upwards a pop.....amazing how times have changed. lol
Edited by: "XP200" 30th Jul 2019
Name the Cuban leader that’s been in power since the revolution in 1959
“Fray Bentos”
Flapjackdoodoo30/07/2019 15:46

I’m pretty sure all daily Mail readers still think we’re at war with Ger …I’m pretty sure all daily Mail readers still think we’re at war with Germany and France.


Don't forget Argentina.
Bazzer5530/07/2019 17:49

You must be a Londoner.........................like me


Nah, I used to live in SE1 (company flat) so Borough cafe circa 2000 was my home, used to run into jamie oliver down there & saw a few films being made (Bridget jones diary) & ran into the league of extraordinary gentlemen one day (bizarre) they were filming in the heat for an upcoming xmas special, (dying elephant anyone)!? ..so "mama" & her daughters cafe were a regular stop off for me, the rent of the place eventually killed that institution as it gentrified.

Corn beef hash / bubble, squeak sans fried egg has been a staple wherever i've been round the british isles & ireland, great hearty filling poor mans food with no pretensions, ...a taste we could do with rediscovering as a cold morning kickstarter.(like mine with a lightly fried slice of apple).

folk got sick of it as ration food so it got a bad press & has never really recovered imho, ..& spam is loved in the likes of thailand, some great recipes for it, ..its a foodstuff I don't really eat apart from the odd chip shop fritter these days, (used to be a school staple).
1 can corned beef
2 cans baked beans
1 can kidney beans in chilli sauce
+whatever else you have in cans to taste (e.g. sweetcorn)
1 packet chilli mix

Instructions = open all cans, dump into pan, add chilli mix, heat until hot

Voila, dirty chilli. Ideal backup dish with ingredients that keep for years for those days when you need to cook up something with 2 mins effort and 5-10mins waiting for it to simmer to yumminess
Edited by: "turgid" 30th Jul 2019
XP20030/07/2019 17:50

Back in the late 70s and early 80s people would turn their noses up at …Back in the late 70s and early 80s people would turn their noses up at corned beef, spam or chopped pork, now a decent sized tin of any will cost you £2 upwards a pop.....amazing how times have changed. lol


£10+ in a few months.
I remeber miners strike days. Corned beef was cheapest meat going.

Anyhow, I also worked in a meat factory in my time. We literally got massive corned beef cans in from Argentina etc. Must have easily been 1kg. We then had to open them with basically a big tin opener machine, to put them through the big meat slicers so folks can have sliced corned beef sandwich ready. Crazy.
£1 for corned beef??? When I was a lad corned beef was poor mans dinner

We had it with mash and cold beans
£2 in Rugby
Mr_Gus30/07/2019 19:49

..& spam is loved in the likes of thailand,


Would you believe Spam's almost a national dish in Hawaii!!!
Google "Waikiki Spam Jam".
Great for stocking up if there was a natural disaster or food shortages.
These have a long shelf life
“Tell them who you thought the Cuban leader was”

“Fray bentos”
if you want to see high state of credible creativity with corned beef & spam, check out "serious eats" website.
TN56731/07/2019 09:03

Who sang "in the summertime"?


Mungo Jerry!!
Mr_Mister31/07/2019 07:08

Great for stocking up if there was a natural disaster or food shortages.


B****t
Edited by: "Musicrab" 31st Jul 2019
£2 in Port Talbot beats me how deals like this get so much heat when no 1 else has seen any
lassy31/07/2019 12:34

£2 in Port Talbot beats me how deals like this get so much heat when no 1 …£2 in Port Talbot beats me how deals like this get so much heat when no 1 else has seen any


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