Morrisons Silverside Beef joint £7.00 kilo
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Morrisons Silverside Beef joint £7.00 kilo

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Found 7th Nov
Morrisons are doing Silverside Beef joint at £7.00 a kilo.I had a voucher too so earned an extra 1200 points.

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Does anybody reading this know the quality of Morrisons' beef joints?
We usually find Aldi joints to be excellent, but we bought two from Aldi at the weekend for a family Sunday lunch and, to be honest, they were a bit "meh"

WillieGophar5 h, 31 m ago

Does anybody reading this know the quality of Morrisons' beef joints?We …Does anybody reading this know the quality of Morrisons' beef joints?We usually find Aldi joints to be excellent, but we bought two from Aldi at the weekend for a family Sunday lunch and, to be honest, they were a bit "meh"



Morrisons are generally great for beef, esp counter meat

the problem with these joint offers is: they mostly get prepared outside the store in bulk and don't quite meet the same as in-store standards

with some offers they are prepared in store so can be great - no idea about this one

it will still be good quality as Morrisons have high control standards

luvsadealdealdeal5 m ago

Morrisons are generally great for beef, esp counter meatthe problem with …Morrisons are generally great for beef, esp counter meatthe problem with these joint offers is: they mostly get prepared outside the store in bulk and don't quite meet the same as in-store standardswith some offers they are prepared in store so can be great - no idea about this one it will still be good quality as Morrisons have high control standards



Many thanks

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luvsadealdealdeal3 h, 23 m ago

Morrisons are generally great for beef, esp counter meatthe problem with …Morrisons are generally great for beef, esp counter meatthe problem with these joint offers is: they mostly get prepared outside the store in bulk and don't quite meet the same as in-store standardswith some offers they are prepared in store so can be great - no idea about this one it will still be good quality as Morrisons have high control standards


Nope, these are the 'prepared in store' ones. I had to have one cut for me as the ones prepared and on the shelves weren't big enough! (I wanted one of about a kilo and a half as we have guests coming, and the ones on the shelf were only about 1 kilo)

Those vacuum sealed ones that come up on offer are usually still pretty tasty and tender, great value too .

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Just to let you all know, this isn't the vacuum packed joints it's all freshly prepared instore

Beefsteak443 h, 42 m ago

Just to let you all know, this isn't the vacuum packed joints it's all …Just to let you all know, this isn't the vacuum packed joints it's all freshly prepared instore


The guy on the butchers said it was only the packaged ones on offer. He was trying to run both the butchers and fish counter at opposite ends of the store though.

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Again, I reitterate , it's not the pre packed ones it's their freshly prepared joints, it's even got a bright yellow notice on it!
Edited by: "Beefsteak44" 8th Nov

COLD COLD

Tough as old boots, bought two joints, cooked one, could not eat it, both are going back to the shop today.

Original Poster

You just had some bad luck. Ours was delicious.But hey ho,! moaners gotta moan.

Beefsteak441 h, 8 m ago

You just had some bad luck. Ours was delicious.But hey ho,! moaners gotta …You just had some bad luck. Ours was delicious.But hey ho,! moaners gotta moan.



Interesting that an unaceptable product quality should not be mentioned or one will be just branded a moaner.
Spend some £20 pounds on something you could not eat and see how cheerfull and happy you will be
And its OK for the product quality be down to luck ??????
Then I wish all those who are after a bargaing a lots of luck with this one.

Expensive

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wised_up17 h, 45 m ago

Interesting that an unaceptable product quality should not be mentioned or …Interesting that an unaceptable product quality should not be mentioned or one will be just branded a moaner. Spend some £20 pounds on something you could not eat and see how cheerfull and happy you will be And its OK for the product quality be down to luck ??????Then I wish all those who are after a bargaing a lots of luck with this one.


I have to appologise, this comment was intended for another post on another forum altogether,

thank you Beefsteak44

Just remember you need to cook silverside low and slow and keep it well basted otherwise it's really tough.
Don't just cook it like you would a piece of topside.

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Blimey you're fast off the mark! this only finished a week and a half ago!
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