It's back, 16oz Big Daddy Rump Steak - £4.99 @ Aldi 24/08/2017
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It's back, 16oz Big Daddy Rump Steak - £4.99 @ Aldi 24/08/2017

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Found 14th Aug 2017Edited by:"craigldn"
I got this last year and was delicious especially for the price. Sorry got the date wrong it's actually the 24th of August, ready in time for the bank holiday so I am a bit early. Really is a bargain though
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Big-Daddy-Extra-Thick-Rump-Steak.jpg?o=RBig Daddy Extra Thick Rump Steak, 100% British Beef

Offer available from Thursday 24th August 2017 while stocks last.
Brand: Ashfield Farm Size / Weight: 16oz/454g
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Only £5?

No bull?
Is this a mis-steak?
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Drooler1 h, 36 m ago

What peasants eat rump steak....



This peasant. Sous vide it at 54c for 90 minutes then sear it for 30 seconds either side and finish with butter.
I like my steaks well seasoned.

I wonder if my wife will give my meat a little rub?
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Only £5?

No bull?
Is this a mis-steak?
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I thought they was steak-ing the mickey when I saw the price
Edited by: "craigldn" 14th Aug 2017
it valid for how long?
I like my steaks well seasoned.

I wonder if my wife will give my meat a little rub?
Got one last time . Very nice
They had these the week leading upto Father's Day.
bo84gle4 m ago

They had these the week leading upto Father's Day.


Old stock?
compadre8 m ago

Old stock?


Matured
What peasants eat rump steak....
backinstock1 h, 48 m ago

I like my steaks well seasoned.I wonder if my wife will give my meat a …I like my steaks well seasoned.I wonder if my wife will give my meat a little rub?

She's not reached the end of mine yet.
I'd be willing to bet this is an awesome piece of beef but unfortunately the stakes are too high!
24th? fraid I'll miss it since we're going to visit our daughter in the USA that day - but maybe we won't miss out - there's an Aldi 2 miles from their house! (Heat because it's a great price for a 1lb steak!)
Drooler1 h, 36 m ago

What peasants eat rump steak....



This peasant. Sous vide it at 54c for 90 minutes then sear it for 30 seconds either side and finish with butter.
nbgrobbo24 m ago

This peasant. Sous vide it at 54c for 90 minutes then sear it for 30 …This peasant. Sous vide it at 54c for 90 minutes then sear it for 30 seconds either side and finish with butter.

How does that come out? Rare, medium?

And do you still need to rest it?
nbgrobbo40 m ago

This peasant. Sous vide it at 54c for 90 minutes then sear it for 30 …This peasant. Sous vide it at 54c for 90 minutes then sear it for 30 seconds either side and finish with butter.


Nice one. Like your style. Sous vide is the way to go for us peasants!
vfrvulcan1 h, 13 m ago

Nice one. Like your style. Sous vide is the way to go for us peasants!


Sous vide my first steaks yesterday. The only way to go in my opinion now
craigldn8 h, 39 m ago

Only while stocks last


missed out on a great pun there
kennethsross9 h, 56 m ago

24th? fraid I'll miss it since we're going to visit our daughter in the …24th? fraid I'll miss it since we're going to visit our daughter in the USA that day - but maybe we won't miss out - there's an Aldi 2 miles from their house! (Heat because it's a great price for a 1lb steak!)


You're going to USA, the land of the greatest steaks on earth and you're going to buy them from Aldi?
random_dude9 h, 29 m ago

How does that come out? Rare, medium?And do you still need to rest it?


With the sear, close to medium rare. No need to rest, as that effect is carried out whilst cookinging using the sous vide method.
drasim7 m ago

You're going to USA, the land of the greatest steaks on earth and you're …You're going to USA, the land of the greatest steaks on earth and you're going to buy them from Aldi?



The greatest steaks in the world are produced in South America, not the US
nbgrobbo24 m ago

The greatest steaks in the world are produced in South America, not the US


I prefer US to Brazillian or Argentinian to be honest, but they're still good.
drasim2 h, 4 m ago

You're going to USA, the land of the greatest steaks on earth and you're …You're going to USA, the land of the greatest steaks on earth and you're going to buy them from Aldi?



Well, since this particular Aldi is only 25 miles from Fort Worth (AKA 'Cow Town'), then there's a good chance that their beef will be locally sourced!
nbgrobbo2 h, 45 m ago

The greatest steaks in the world are produced in South America, not the US


You are both wrong I am afraid...Japan is the place to have the worlds most incredible steaks.
These are very "rare" to come by. in fact id say you have to be a "medium" to find stock. In saying that "well done" OP. Id go as far as saying "very well done".......
vfrvulcan12 h, 35 m ago

Nice one. Like your style. Sous vide is the way to go for us peasants!




Don't forget us peasants won't have a proper sous vide....so stick it in the dishwasher (or is having a dishwasher a bit bourgois as well?)
chapchap1 h, 9 m ago

You are both wrong I am afraid...Japan is the place to have the worlds …You are both wrong I am afraid...Japan is the place to have the worlds most incredible steaks.


This chap is correct
How much heat do I give you for medium rare?
kennethsross14 h, 44 m ago

24th? fraid I'll miss it since we're going to visit our daughter in the …24th? fraid I'll miss it since we're going to visit our daughter in the USA that day - but maybe we won't miss out - there's an Aldi 2 miles from their house! (Heat because it's a great price for a 1lb steak!)



Unlikely.

Aldi is a terrible store in the USA (based on my opinion at least).

I shop at Aldi most of the time in the UK but unless you want to buy processed junk (mainly), can't say I've ever seen any reason to shop in the US stores.

I'm sure you can source a decent steak in one of the other local "grocery stores" of course
gtd6519 m ago

Unlikely. Aldi is a terrible store in the USA (based on my opinion at …Unlikely. Aldi is a terrible store in the USA (based on my opinion at least).I shop at Aldi most of the time in the UK but unless you want to buy processed junk (mainly), can't say I've ever seen any reason to shop in the US stores.I'm sure you can source a decent steak in one of the other local "grocery stores" of course



Well, I've mainly bought breakfast cereal, and Moser Roth chocolate when we've visited. Never had any cause for complaint.
No stock in Oxford Botley Road
kennethsross14 m ago

Well, I've mainly bought breakfast cereal, and Moser Roth chocolate when …Well, I've mainly bought breakfast cereal, and Moser Roth chocolate when we've visited. Never had any cause for complaint.



It probably depends where you are. The on near where I have a home in Hollywood, Florida has a new one, it looks OK but I am not sure quality of its fresh products are its main good point.
Anyone know if they're fresh-ish?

Or are they the usual 14/30 day cured?
nbgrobbo15 h, 40 m ago

Sous vide it at 54c for 90 minutes



NINETY minutes! I'd be out getting a Big Mac in that time.
Ok for people with time on their hands I suppose.
This is a lot of rump for the money, best served medium expect. Not sure on country or origin and where its was slaughtered though.

In my experience, from New York to Paris usually the top steak on the menus of the top restaurants are source from the UK. Its quality that matters and its consistent high quality meat that is raised and slaughter in the UK.

Its the dealing with diseases that relate to cows that the UK has don't so well at that has given the market huge confidence, added to that wuality raising and slaughter process.

Kobe and Wagu style from Japan is popular, unique.

Plenty of US beef is just cattle raised on concrete hard standing, fed mixed feed, injected with antibiotics. Poor marbling and bland taste are synonymous with US beef products. Good for flavouring, which is of course prevalent from smoking to adding sauces or rubs too.
Edited by: "groenleader" 15th Aug 2017
groenleader27 m ago

This is a lot of rump for the money, best served medium expect. Not sure …This is a lot of rump for the money, best served medium expect. Not sure on country or origin and where its was slaughtered though.In my experience, from New York to Paris usually the top steak on the menus of the top restaurants are source from the UK. Its quality that matters and its consistent high quality meat that is raised and slaughter in the UK. Its the dealing with diseases that relate to cows that the UK has don't so well at that has given the market huge confidence, added to that wuality raising and slaughter process.Kobe and Wagu style from Japan is popular, unique.Plenty of US beef is just cattle raised on concrete hard standing, fed mixed feed, injected with antibiotics. Poor marbling and bland taste are synonymous with US beef products. Good for flavouring, which is of course prevalent from smoking to adding sauces or rubs too.

Just a bit of info about kobe and wagyu, as I hear a lot of incorrect info.
Kobe beef comes from a breed of cattle called Wagyu. In order to earn the designation/appellation of "Kobe Beef", the Wagyu beef must come from Kobe, Japan, and meet rigid production standards imposed in that prefecture.
I've had Wagyu from various countries as the cattle is exported. It is not necessarily very expensive or fantastic quality. Kobe (from the Wagyu cattle) is very expensive because of the strict production and location standards.
Edited by: "Jetset1981" 15th Aug 2017
kevinbrook131 h, 23 m ago

No stock in Oxford Botley Road


Might be come 24 August tho??
How do I like my steak you ask? Wipe it's arse and stick on the plate!
Yeeeeaah Boi"
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