All Beef Discounts, Offers and Sale - November 2018
Nice one, and yes! Yes there was :)
Was there a lot of stock!!!
The deal is FANTASTIC! <3
I have a box of the chicken ones which have been in the back of my fridge for about 10 years. It was a traumatic experience buying them. I picked up the pack just as a man was looking at them. To give him some encouragement I said "These are really good.". Clearly that was, unknown to me, some gay supermarket chat-up line and he gave me a look of complete and utter disgust. I have been traumatised ever since, unable to use them. Even now I am hyperventilating typing this. My hot pots have not tasted the same since. I have crawled away from my cawl. The evil that men do shopping. (skeptical)
use these all the time i hope i find them in my local
Never seen this low in price. Thanks OP, will certainly be stocking up.
Couldn't find any in Beckton or Plaistow, London. Rocked up into Lidl and found a Luxury dry aged 30 day roasting joint for 5.65 for 0.9kg , din din sorted.
And liking your own comments will not make it sound any better, embarrassing (embarrassed)
Don't be silly its costs £2 you know what i meant, but we are still in the dark about your comment please explain?
If you think 227g is a big steak I feel sorry for you pal.
227g it's a big steak, very strange comment ?
Agreed and no grissle, although they dont seem to taste as good as in previous years.
They are still £3.49 in Bournemouth but the sell by date is 25th August. i get them every time they come in as a special. Cooked slowly the are beautiful moist and don't shrink much at all. They are at least 1/2 inch thick when cooked. Yummy.
National pricing on these.
Wagyu means cow in Japanese. Just a normal cow. So a product labelled wagyu in the UK will be a cow originally bred from Japanese stock, which is otherwise reared like all cows in this country, unless specifically advertised otherwise. Despite the perception in the West, it doesn't denote premium Japanese beef, like Kobe beef. ..
OK, I'm getting that you dont know what Wagyu is and you are a geniune vegetarian, so here's the detail on Wagyu BEEF en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wagyu So its REAL MEAT, not a substitue
Will end quick because they go off today
This beef is tremendous and very easy to cook due to the fat marbling specific to this meat. The fat melts away to leave a succulent steak. Try Googling how they look after these animals, they are very well cared for.
If I'm ever stuck in foreign climes for any length of time I come back to the UK craving fish and chips from an excellent local chippie, and nothing tastes better. Taste is always tied to circumstance and surroundings. I suspect I would be disappointed if I cooked and ate this at home. And then I would wonder, was that £15 that just flew across my plate
It says Japanese on the package
Food warehouse (Iceland) have it for £8 a pack.
Ooo... Might grab a decent piece of this for the spit roast at the weekend...
Oh lovely, bring on the horseradish.
Sold out in Middlesbrough store
from today for the next 7 days (y)
Is that price only today or from today for 7 days?
If you read the reviews it is quite certain that you get mad cow disease from this junk.
Decent horsemeat costs more than beef!
I love these!
Mentioned location in other threads. Openshaw. Not near me...sniffle
There is no requirement for me to post a deal. But nobody knows what store you were in. Also Morrison's closes at 4pm on a Sunday!
Why dont you actually post a deal instead of trying to critisize mine.
And where is it then?
Licence to Grill meat? Makes sense you need a license to do anything in this country
That’s true (lol) was thinking of Waitrose. I’m Post nights & not with it
Ocado don't have stores?
The pic looks fantastic. I'm sold (highfive)
Is this also in store? If so, will go purchase. Seems like good price
Organic? What’s the protein content?
£1, 45 in Aldi and Lidl for their own brands from Brazil. . I tend to find Princes food to be high prices but poor food quality contents.
I thought the idea of corned beef was you ate it put of the tin with lashings of brown sauce when the cupboard was bare and ypu'd had far too much to drink. I had only had Fray Bentos before but bought two tins of this about nine months ago. Tried one & second is waiting for the nuclear apocalypse if you catch my drift.
I used to love the chili corned beef but they stopped making it a few years ago. I could eat it straight out of the tin no problem 😜
Not in my local super store in Birmingham, they were £1.07
Bargain. Stock up for the winter.
possibly, website gives original prices.
Great find! Heat
You don't need to post deals, people come here for deals. You sound far too inteligent and superior for us all so do us all a favour an don't reply, I'm guessing you are always right.
who are you, his minder? On the other hand you obviously just profit from others deals, never posting any yourself
He posts deals, this is a deals site.
I'm no vegan or preacher.
Not at all, been a vegi a year to the day today, do the math. I see from your deals you’re extremely mixed up posting Linda McCartney’s food one minute, then chops the next. Sort ur head out
I just tried this and it looks like it’s the full price. So set it up and it would have cost £27 non deal price - 5.
thaks,.. had the 80 due in Aug on Subscribe Save, just cancelled that and replaced with this one...
Gourmet Perle is also on offer if you have a fussy cat like mine. Around £22 for 96 packets
Just bought 5 boxes as my cat has been eating this it’s whole life, if you have a student prime account you can also use the code STUDENT15 to get £15 off also!
I’ve been over-charged before. It all balances out though XD
Bought 2 differently-sized packets for two different meals. That’s a smaller (500g) one.
And you dont check your receipt till you get home errrr, what happens if they over charge you, still dont check it!
Your comment reminds me of that Morecombe and Wise scene! Looks like a pricing error to me, correct numbers, just not in the correct order.
i just put the barcode numbers on receipt onto asda groceries. the highlighted one is the mince thats supposed to be £5.50
Bought 3 for a barbecue, only smoked it but wish I stocked up marinated some , seasoned others cooked for about 8 / 10 minutes at a low heat and was tender and flavoursome. ( never let them go above 58 degrees )
Yeah but what about the steak (cheeky) Boom Boom
Just wondering, is a dehydrator worth it? I don't own one but I'm interested in making beef jerky and biltong, maybe even some Dog treats
That's 4 mins of bashing for each piece - I hope you dont have a large family to feed! XD
I make quite a lot of "biltong" which is just the South African version of jerky. While I normally buy joints to cut with the grain, these will work perfectly..
Bought four packs today. Date august /September this year. Barg
Surely you meant, stock up?
Care not a jot, European guideline. Fill yur boots.
9/2018 is the date.
Cheers OP just stocked up, the Cruga Biltong was 38p a pack...!!
Can highly recommend www.lakedistrictbiltong.co.uk for some great flavours
Lol. Can't really help there. Ours is literally only for biltong! (cheeky) You can dry fruit in there too but I have never tried personally.
What are some good uses of a Dehydrator? I don't want to buy one just to make Beef jerky / Biltong.. and I also heard you can make dog treats
We use the rectangular Andrew James Dehydrator to get it going ;)