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Boswell Carvery Beef Joint £5.99 per KILO @ Tesco
Found 16th DecFound 16th Dec
Basted Beef Carvery Joint

That's the large beef joints, small ones are £5.75 a kilo which again is still cheaper than this 'value' joint - hence voted cold.


Tescos can keep their beef. They doubled the price a few months ago in anticipation of the usual buy at Christmas. It'll probably be reduced after Christmas at the true half price.


Nice and tender but loaded with water to bulk it out and VERY salty. We probably wouldn't buy again.


Heat added, picked 2 up today thanks :D

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Babek kebab meat various 600g. Heron foods
LocalLocalFound 15th DecFound 15th Dec
These retail for £2. In Fulton Foods and £1.75 in iceland. This is halal.
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They know, don’t doubt, how vile this is


If I were Babek I would be taking note of what people are saying.


I’m not surprised.... it’s filth


I love my kebabs and Shawarmas and have tried this, wasn't impressed at all ..


not far wrong m8 its filthy

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British Beef Bone In Rib Joint £11.50 per Kg from 12/12 @ Tesco (Butchers Counter)
01/01/2019Expires on 01/01/2019Found 11th DecFound 11th Dec
British Beef Bone In Rib Joint half price at Tesco from 12/12 until 01/01 at the Butchers Counter.
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not in all Tesco's butchers my local (High Wycombe) have it at £14.50, still a good reduction Bookers is a good shout though (highfive)


It's almost exclusively frequented by caterers and restauranteurs with the exception of a few savvy home shoppers. A few things I buy there regularly (being local) are buffalo mozzarella, frozen chips, 'Blackgate' sausages (nicer than the Costco ones), pepperoni for pizza, shredded mozzarella, naan breads, soya milk, Yorkshire puddings (20 large for £2), and loads of fresh meat/dairy nearly at the sell by date at ridiculously low prices including those sausages which often get knocked down to £3 for 1.2Kg with a further £2 off when buying two packs. edit: Oh, and around this time of year, usually a massive 907g tray of Rodda's clotted cream out of date but still good for another two weeks for 50p. edit: I forgot the massive bags of Panko breadcrumbs for about £3


Great deal!


I stopped buying meat from Tesco about ten years ago as it tasted like cardboard, however, tried this last year and it is fantastic. Loads of flavour, really tender. Would definitly recommend this cut. I sous vide it to cook it and flashed in skillet. Will be buying a couple as plad on trying out dry aging on one of them


I hadn’t even heard of Bookers until the other day when I passed one. I see you need to have a business or be a charity for membership. How does it compare to Costco? The one I seen looked quite small.

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Morrisons Large Beef Roasting Joint £5 per Kg Instore
Found 6th DecFound 6th Dec
Just came back from Morrisons, they had Large Beef roasting joints for just £5 per Kg which is a great deal, this was regular priced not a store reduction. Can't see it online thou… Read more
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They are lumps Topside / Silverside and probably Top Rump (this isn't rump steak) I'd imagine since they are the usual cuts of roasting beef used and are all the same price per kg, or always used to be.


Morrisons mystery meat .. What cut? .. Morrisons is generally crap the worst of the supermarkets by a long way.


It’s not fillet or sirloin, but they are dam good joints. I slow roast the slice before freezing in 450g portions. Ideal for curry, heated in a pan with onion and gravy for a lunch or baguette, or slice smaller for a beef stir fry. Freeze with the juices for extra tenderness. Bought two more today to go towards my 10p petrol voucher.


I always buy Morrison’s beef and it’s always amazing. Never had a tough one yet.


I agree, but then its not £20 a kilo, it certainly isn't a tough piece though, I suspect you would have to choose carefuly though, I've seen a few joints I wouldn't think of buying but most look fine :)

ASDA 21 day matured beef joint £4.97 a kg
Found 6th DecFound 6th Dec
Love these.

slow cooking is the key to cooking these roasts never failed for me and i have had some poor looking roasts but all turned out to be tasty juicy and lovely gravy juices


Thanks a lot (y)


I do this but cook it for 7 - 8 hours. Try it you won't be dissapointed


Thanks did you add anything to it? I usually just do rosemary but I've never done a joint in the slow cooker before and I don't want it sticking/burning. Do you add stock or water etc?


fabulous in slow cooker for 5hrs then wrapped in foil and 2hrs in hot oven

Tesco Large Beef Roasting Joint Half Price now £5.50
02/01/2019Expires on 02/01/2019Found 6th DecFound 6th Dec
Tesco Large Beef Roasting Joint With Basting Fat £5.50 per KG Offer valid for delivery from 06/12/2018 until 02/01/2019
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All depends on whether or not you want to eat it;)


It says Topside on the actual packs...keeping an eye on them for Christmas dates...bought a large one last Christmas at £15 just after I picked up an eye of silverside from my local butcher at £30....was there any difference between the two?....not really,very similar,buying two of these this year instead of one from the butcher.


No, every cut is perfect 8)


Nonsense. So very cut of meat in a shop will be perfect everytime you cook it? Ok mate. Course it is. I have bought plenty of poor joints from supermarkets. Never had a bad joint from a butchers though. You can't tell in the prepacked stuff if it's full of gristle. No need to be so pedantic.


Cheers! I'll have to give it a shot! =)

OXO Rich Beef Stock Pot 49p ~ B&M
Found 25th NovFound 25th Nov
Pack of 4 Rick Beef Stock Pots on offer in B&M for £0.49 That's a good price - Sainsbury's 1/2 price deal is £1 Sorry no direct link, I can't find the deal online.
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49p each at ours or 3 for £1 short date though.

Manomasa Beef Barbacoa & Dill Pickle Tortilla Chips 160g(Pack of 12) @ Amazon £9.64 Prime £14.13 Non Prime
Found 24th NovFound 24th Nov
14 left in stock.waitrose sell this brand for £2.10 a unit.Product Description Recipe No.28 THE SQUARE with slow-cooked Barbacoa beef, hearty Black Beans, tangy Dill Pickle finishe… Read more
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(lol) (lol)


A shame this wasn't the Serrano Chilli and Mayan Yucatan Honey, I'd have cleaned them out!! :)


no problem 8)


expired - up in price already - £12.50 when add to basket


I know, sorry! :( I'm sure there will be more heat on the way though!

Whiskas 1+ Dry Cat Food for Adult cats Beef, 4 bags (4 x 2 kg) @ Amazon Pantry £5.77
Found 22nd NovFound 22nd Nov
Amazon Pantry is a new benefit for Prime members. You now have exclusive access to shop low-priced everyday essentials in everyday sizes. Adding this item to your basket will start… Read more
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Missed this deal 😣


you lucky punk 8)


4 x 2kilo bags arrived per order :)


(nerd) (nerd)


Drat I missed out .....sufferinsucotash :3

Oxo Beef Cube 18pk @ B&M
Found 19th NovFound 19th Nov
Oxo Beef Cube. Create gloriously-tasting meals with this set of Oxo cubes. Beef flavour. 18 pack. For more Groceries at B&M, continue browsing online and in buy in stores… Read more
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@donaldmcgill2 The bluetooth speaker lamps were and still in store in E.Port to confirm (highfive)


Last time this deal was posted I tried 6 different stores and couldn't find any. Will be the same again, just like when the deals for the bluetooth speaker lamps. Wild goose chase. At least with Tesco you could find in some stores.


Only here for the obligatory 'Oxo Tower' joke

Fresh Topside of Beef £6kg Instore @ Morrisons
Found 14th NovFound 14th Nov
Fresh Topside of Beef £6kg Instore @ Morrisons Decent price and some really nice lean joints at the Cwmbran store this afternoon

£8 online. You sure your butcher didn't just put the wrong price in the printer?


So ive heard (lol)


Excellent price, love a bit of beef..

Aldi - Bisto Best gravy - beef or chicken 99p instore
LocalLocalFound 1st NovFound 1st Nov
Bisto gravy beef or chicken

The vegetable gravy is surprisingly nice.


This is lovely when used with juices from roast. Effectively gluten free too.


Good price but I bought this because I found Bistos regular gravy too bland and I thought this was even blander.

6 Pack Walkers Regional Favourites Meaty Variety (2 x Beef & Onion, 2 x Marmite, 2 x Smoky Bacon) 50p @ Tesco, St Enoch, Glasgow In Store
LocalLocalFound 26th OctFound 26th Oct
25g packs. Near the Toiletries/tills. Purchased about half an hour ago :) Picture in store: £1 at Asda at the moment:… Read more
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Thanks but it's not really relevant here - it's not Baked varieties that are 50p! That should be put in Vouchers.



There's still quite a few packs left - though loads have been sold since yesterday, had a peek earlier on tonight :)


saw these earlier this week. think the 6 pack for 75p in the store i was in and the 12 pack was £1.50. only had a few left though


Put them in a food Bank

Brannigans Roast Beef & Mustard crisps 5 x 25.5g pack, 89p Heron - Farnworth store.
LocalLocalFound 25th OctFound 25th Oct
Brannigans Roast Beef & Mustard crisps 5 x 25.5g pack 89p Cooked with 100% sunflower oil, suitable for vegetarians. Dated 08/12/2018

Two packs for£1.60 all the time at Farmfoods,also ham n pickle flavour


Yeah, I know it's steep, but some things are just worth it if it's something you really want. I used to buy those Cheese Moments snacks (by the same company that make bacon fries and scampi fries) from Amazon as I just couldn't get them anywhere else and probably paid a premium. Now they're not even on Amazon :(


Steep for what they are though. I bought some off Amazon once, they were Danish. The peanuts were the size of a corn pod. I sent them back. These look like the original American make though - I twice sent an eMail to the American makers asking if they had ideas how I could buy Twice I was totally ignored


Not brannigans, but still beer nuts. £13 for 0.9kg delivered.


the last time I checked it SIX bags for £1 in Home Bargains.

Birds Eye Original Beef Burgers with Onion (4 per pack - 227g) - 95p @ Asda
Found 23rd OctFound 23rd Oct
Description Made with 100% UK & Irish beef Delicious BBQ from frozen No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives For more visit OriginMade in th… Read more
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These are quite possibly the worst burgers i have ever tried. They are really greasy, taste awful and you can taste them for hours after eating. I honestly wouldn't recommend you get them and like others have said, you're better off with higher quality burgers


From what I remember of these they were flatter than Keira Knightly! I don't know about the Aldi and Lidl burgers others have mentioned but the point they make is probably correct: according to Which? you are often better off buying supermarket standard burgers, sausages, etc because they are cheaper in p/100g of meat than many of the brands and budget ranges. This is because brands and budget ranges tend to be bulked out with fillers and have quite a low meat content. Go for better quality and if you like onions with your burgers finely slice a couple and put them in a pan on a low heat for 20 mins. Stir occasionally but don't worry if they catch a bit and caramelise (that's a professional chef term for burnt ;) ) - those are the tasty bits!


Or Lidl - these are not really steak mince either! You need one Aldi/Lidl burger for every 2-3 of these, so I feel even for the extra your actually paying the same for something with far more meat and less fat.


I like naughty


Eh, 2oz burgers and 20% of it isn't meat. Best frozen burgers are the aldi finest ones, 99% beef, quarter pounders, £1.75 for 4.

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