Tesco Finest - 'Beef Joints' Topside, Silverside and Top Rump....Half Price at 'Tesco'
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Tesco Finest - 'Beef Joints' Topside, Silverside and Top Rump....Half Price at 'Tesco'

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Found 27th Sep 2012
Lovely 'Tesco Finest Joints' delicious and tender when slow roasted,
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Tesco beef any good? Asda stuff is god aweful.
Morrisons, Sainsbury's or Waitrose are better for supermarket meat IMO.

Best stuff is from a Butchers in Oldhurst ~ no good for anyone not living/working in the area though.
rudie111

Tesco beef any good? Asda stuff is god aweful.



I put these joints in a slow cooker with a quater pint of red wine, seasoning and chopped onion, it comes out the pot after 5 hours and melts in your mouth its sooo tender and full of flavour, the only way to cook beef correctly is 'slooooowly'
£5.98 /kg is £1.50 too much.
Wait for a better offer.
janner43

£5.98 /kg is £1.50 too much.Wait for a better offer.



you'll be waiting till xmas for a better offer on their finest range, wake up!! its half price!! anyway I want beef this weekend so I wont be waiting
rudie111

Tesco beef any good? Asda stuff is god aweful.

Nope, not in my experience. i always go to morissons now.
rudie111

Tesco beef any good? Asda stuff is god aweful.

I, like you, am full of awe that Asda can sell such consistantly poor produce. The last 2 beef joints i've bought there, i've taken back. Tough as old boots. Their bakery is c##p as well.
phillyboy

Nope, not in my experience. i always go to morissons now.


Morissons have their own abattoirs and can then be very strict about the grade of cattle that they buy. Their beef is usually very good.
Edited by: "tilyymolly" 27th Sep 2012
rudie111

Tesco beef any good? Asda stuff is god aweful.



Most things Tesco are better quality than asda in my experience
elsbells

I, like you, am full of awe that Asda can sell such consistantly poor … I, like you, am full of awe that Asda can sell such consistantly poor produce. The last 2 beef joints i've bought there, i've taken back. Tough as old boots. Their bakery is c##p as well.



You cooked them then took them back? Didn't asda have something to say about you method of cooking?
Your never going to be able to slow roast and get beef looking like the photo in the post.
good op,time to feed up for winter!
TangoTemptress

Best stuff is from a Butchers in Oldhurst ~ no good for anyone not … Best stuff is from a Butchers in Oldhurst ~ no good for anyone not living/working in the area though.



Having Johnson's of Oldhurst about 2 miles away, I agree it is a fantastic butchers, but you of course pay for the privilege. I do trust Morrisons for both meat and fish though.
Edited by: "dsample" 28th Sep 2012
I find Tesco ok for pork and chicken -- but their beef has always been a bit dodgy for me. Maybe I'm just unlucky?
I just paid £14 per kilo for Tesco finest roasting beef. Better be worth it!!!! Any tips on cooking it within the next 2 hrs would be great please, it's 0.925 kg?
Used to buy Iceland frozen beef joints at a fiver a time but for some strange reason they have stopped doing them and are now doing ostrich! what the hell?!!!
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