LIDL PICK OF THE WEEK DEALS 1-7th September Radish 29p, Tomatoes 29p, Iceberg Lettuce 29p, Spring Onions 29p, Gammon Steaks £1.69, Haddock/Salmon fillets £2.79 |||||| 8-14th September Spinach 59p, Potatoes 59p, Curly Kale 59p, Butternut Squash 59p
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LIDL PICK OF THE WEEK DEALS 1-7th September Radish 29p, Tomatoes 29p, Iceberg Lettuce 29p, Spring Onions 29p, Gammon Steaks £1.69, Haddock/Salmon fillets £2.79 |||||| 8-14th September Spinach 59p, Potatoes 59p, Curly Kale 59p, Butternut Squash 59p

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Found 1st Sep 2016Made hot 1st Sep 2016
LIDL PICK OF THE WEEK DEALS 1st Thursday September - 7th Wednesday September

Oaklands Radish 200g 29p

Oaklands British Spring Onions Bunch 29p

Oaklands British Iceberg Lettuce 29p Each

Oaklands Cherry Tomatoes 250g 29p

Meat

Pork Loin Medallions 1kg £4.99

British Beef Roasting Joint 2kg - 2.5kg £4.99 per kg

2 Unsmoked Gammon Steaks 400g £1.69

2 Smoked Gammon Steaks 400g £1.69

Lighthouse Bay Smoked Haddock Fillets (2 = 300g) £2.79

2 Salmon Fillets with Salt and Pepper 220g £2.79

Warren & Sons Irish Pork Recipe Sausages (25% extra 454g + 114g = 568g) 85p

Others

LIDL XXL WEEK

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LIDL PICK OF THE WEEK DEALS 8th Thursday September - 14th Wednesday September

Oaklands Spinach 250g 59p

Oaklands Curly Kale 200g 59p

Oaklands Baby Potatoes 1kg 59p

Oaklands Butternut Squash 59p Each

Meat

Sweet Chilli Chicken 400g £2.39

Pulled Pork With BBQ Sauce 380g £1.69

2 MSC Cod Fillets 250g £1.99

Fresh British Lamb Leg Steaks 300g £2.39

4 Marinated Chicken Skewers 230g/260g £2.99 or 2 for £5 (Tikka, Smoky BBQ, Chimmichurri)

Others

LIDL Baby And Toddler Week

Meradiso Rug Small 60x100 £4.99

Meradiso Rug Large 170x230 £24.99

Auriol 12x32 Compact Binoculars £7.99

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thanks OP decent selection

thank you once again

top tip - don't roast the roasting joints, stick in in a slow-cooker or pot on loads of veg for hours and it'll fall apart! Waaaay better imo

Does anyone know what's on offer for baby and toddler week? Thanks

robertoegg

top tip - don't roast the roasting joints, stick in in a slow-cooker or … top tip - don't roast the roasting joints, stick in in a slow-cooker or pot on loads of veg for hours and it'll fall apart! Waaaay better imo


Or even better, steer clear of these (poor quality IMO) and go for the veggies

No 29p Cucumbers

Thank you op, heat added

robertoegg

top tip - don't roast the roasting joints, stick in in a slow-cooker or … top tip - don't roast the roasting joints, stick in in a slow-cooker or pot on loads of veg for hours and it'll fall apart! Waaaay better imo


I recently got a sous vide, it'll make nearly any cheap meat taste amazing!

Lahn

I recently got a sous vide, it'll make nearly any cheap meat taste … I recently got a sous vide, it'll make nearly any cheap meat taste amazing!


For the price, you could just buy top of the range sirloin

robertoegg

For the price, you could just buy top of the range sirloin


I bought that before, only to ruin it when I fried it...
It's PROBABLY going to save me money in the long run, but more importantly, I now have incredibly tasty meat, EVERY TIME
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