If your going to the effort of making your own pies why not cook the filling to go with it...
Well this is very fit for human consumption never tasted better and pretty sure it’s a lot fresher than supermarket chicken. Steak is amazing too.
This is cooked chicken... I agree with you about raw chicken though, you do have to check the water content before buying
Some market traders have been caught selling chicken not fit for human consumption
Not from a butcher, only from supermarkets where they inject the birds with water to make them appear plump.
Also £2.99 in savers
Is there a difference?
The one in Poundstretcher is the 'classic'
£2.79 in Poundstretcher.
This deal doesn't exist, if you search on Iceland website it doesn't exist. This was probably found through search engine there's loads of old products with low prices you can only find through there. Please tell us how you found it esensitive Want proof? see for yourself https://groceries.iceland.co.uk/mcvities-digestives-the-original-twin-pack-2-x-400g/p/61952 Found same item, £1.75 through a google search
No such offer at lowestoft branch £1 each or 2 for £1.50
Aldi 31p each & far better
Ooooh my little girl will be delighted, she's a right little old pensioner, loves her cup of tea with a few digestives when she gets in from school! <3 :D
You had too much milk chocolate digestives so not having any of it
I found olny chicken mini filets from tesco to be have a nice meat . 500g cost 4£ same times 3x for 10 £ promo
I've had them and the whole family thought they were awful the chicken is tough by any method of cooking, just not nice. Some deals are too good to be true and if they are thrown away it's not a deal....the dog was happy with them tho!
I have suffered from a bad stomach for 3 weeks & was expecting lots of visits to the toilet. Instead... Cooked it by frying in batter for 20 mins & then popping it in an air fryer for 10 mins. It was soft & almost flaky. And yummy. I prefer British meat products always but this Polish product was very good.
Part of your 5 a day?
£3 in spring water at home bragains
120g.must be a spelling error. Besides.. They are little to no drain.
Just checked these are only 110 grams not 145
Price in store today is £3.50
Guess its up to the cashier or store specific but when I did mine it looked like she counted them.
I just picked up 15. No sign to say 4
Anyone know if the food warehouse does these and if they are the same price?
Just been in myself 4 per customer I'm afraid. Time to whip out the old disguise.
Just been in the store and it was a maximum of 4 per customer.
Love the temp in this thread...keeps my ice cream cold...
Fairtrade prices? Which planet do you live on? I bet you've never step foot outside your town. Who decides what's fair trade? What stops a farming community in a little village in Brazil from offering lower or better price to another farming community miles down the road? Consumers should decide what to pay. Are you willing to pay higher price for products? Assuming, your lots band together to decide what price to pay for vanilla the Jerry brothers use in their overpriced ice cream , are you aware that the ideas will disadvantage another farming community in another city let alone country? If a kilo of banana is $1 Fairtrade price in Peru and the Fairtrade price is 50cent in Ghana, one of these poor communities has to lose. Sorry but giving money to corrupt countries is a big part of the problem. You have no idea what capitalism is. You see the man with a Van blokes, small business owners, the corner shop owners, the people that invested their life savings to start successful business etc, that is capitalism. OK? All you think is the bankers. Guess who runs the bank, its the establishment. The banking crash was caused by politicians passing laws making it easier for banks to lend money to anyone to buy a house. Buy big massive house they couldn't afford. Sorry but you are massively uniformed. Most people chose zero hour contracts as it suits them. I can give bunch of examples.
Or they can pay their producers Fairtrade prices so that those communities can build their own homes, schools, clinics and not have to rely on aid that's usually organised so that western multinationals can screw even more money from the poor; employ people in proper, fairly paid jobs so that they can afford to pay tax rather than in zero hour minimum wage jobs that are subsidised by the taxes the rest of us pay; etc. Anyone who thinks capitalism works just fine after the banking crash in 2008 trashed the economies of the west needs a reality check.
They should put their money where their mouth is, sell the product at cost or give it away, give their multi million dollars away, buy homes, build hospitals, schools, affordable homes, create paradise on earth, then I'll take the hypocrites serious. The Jerry brothers are enjoying the fruit of capitalism yet always criticise the system. Capitalism works just fine, have an idea, put into motion, employ people, pay them wages and, invest in making your business stronger. What is a fair wage? There is nothing like that nonsense. It only makes sense at an individual level, but still it's a lot of baloney.
Being socialists it means they pay everyone involved, from those who produce the raw ingredients to their workers who produce the finished product, a fair wage for their labours. It's not really that difficult to comprehend for anyone who understands how capitalism works.
Yep , my thoughts entirely...meanwhile in another ben & jerrys thread....
Mmmm, my favourite B&J. Why so cold... silly me is to stop it melting. (cheeky)
school finished today....
Didn't need a separate thread from the chocolate one
just used nus extra card as student id to get the 10% off in oldham iceland without any problems at all.also used it to get 10% off my mates shopping who was with me and they didn’t say nothing.
Which store in North London?
My store do not know of this 10% student discount. and not willing to entertainment. North London
I gave one which I picked up when I entered the store. When the assistant swiped it she it wasn't registered but the discount was applied anyway. There was no t&c on the promotional material.
Did you have to use a bonus card or did they just give it to you.
This is a lager/IPA hybrid. Basically a hoppy lager. Very nice. Another similar bottle worth looking out for is drygate brewery's bearface lager. Often cheap at lidl.
often £1.29 in aldi. cant buy less than £1 in scotland :(
7 Giraffes is good
Williams Brothers make fantastic beers. They are classed as 'craft' beers, yet they are normally priced at the same levels as the more common brands. Whenever I'm I Scotland, I like to bring home a selection. But for now, I'm headed for Iceland instead.
Briliant prices for cracking beers. Would be fantastic if they had Joker too. No idea how they're making money on this!
I used mine earlier on pizza & hot chocolate. An unlikely combo I know
Less fuss to just pay for the hot drink from Greggs (cheeky)
No way, really? Thanks *sigh* You have to make a purchase in Iceland THEN make a 2nd purchase in Greggs before you can claim your free hot drink. There is no need to spend £1 in Greggs. You threw that in for reasons known only to you
He's hard work BC5 (excited)
3 bags of ice pops is more than TWO!
Been £3 for months
LOL (party) some people!
6 quid for 24 in there food warehouse If you have one.
Think I'll be getting a couple of the 2ltr bottles... Cheers
The 2ltr bottles are on offer also at 2 for £2.00
Yes they are Costco 😁
Are these Costa pods? Good price anyway, thanks!
Normal price £8.00
How much are these normally?
My comment is under review!!!
this is a little bit fishy :p
Wow the food health police really in force here!
If it's Turkey then it should state turkey,why mention ham?
We lived next door to an old fashioned sweet shop, rows and rows of sweets in jars. Remember going in saying can I have 20p worth of x and them getting a jar and tipping some sweets out into scales then pouring them into a little paper bag.... Used to love the smell of the shop as soon as you walked in
Sweets? You must be posh. I got a custard cream at the weekend IF I’d been good! I don’t disagree about the fertilisers, but they weren’t just banned for toxins, there were other reasons too. Either way you cut it, food has been dissected, processed, diluted and interfered with so much, most of it is harmful now. But we have a family of four and one wage, so I get why products sell.
Or a tramps armpit. Or an old people's home. Or a dog blanket. Or a teenagers trainers. Or...
Unless they've changed the recipe, this stuff got pelters for being "saltier than seawater" last year! Lidl's cheap stuff is nicer, healthier and can often be had on offer for something like 80p
Sorry ladies and gents I'm voting my own deal cold... Found in b&m for 25p less
Here you go..... https://www.thespruceeats.com/top-ways-to-use-pesto-482427
What does this do
Thanks OP If there is not a Iceland near you but a Farmfoods they have them for a Quid as well, also the Bramley apple Pie The box states serves 4 it doesnt, it serves 2, me first night ,then me second night.
Is it really this easy to get a hot deal on here now, Aunt Bessie's Jam Roly Poly that is a quid today, Everyday of every year in Iceland is a hot deal, Dam, Was in there tonight, And next to the Roly Poly was Bessie's Bramley Apple Pie for a quid, Another deal missed.
4 for £1 all year @ Asda
Thanks I’ll give them a go (y)
You should go for chicken fillet burgers they are better and fills you up, the taste is delicious compared to this
That's the weeks dinner sorted! (y)