same price in my local too. just got back with one.
Yep....saw it yesterday in Sheldon.
same price in my local too. just got back with one.
Yep....saw it yesterday in Sheldon.
As opposed to vegan animals lol
I think you mean "their" health.
What is weird is how people risk there health by eating carnivorous animals
Just correcting your comments:- ;) There isn't a single ham slice out there that isn't formed. The animals aren't big enough!
Still on offer in the Horwich Asda! (y)
The wife likes to pull the pork in our house!
Still a good deal for anyone that can grab some! Heat added.
Apologies meant to put in the title this was found at Middlebrook/Horwich store this evening!
Just checked my local and still full price, god damn!
Even better with some added cheese
Separately, wonderful. Together in the same sandwich, blasphemous.
To the sausages or the tuna?
Made from real piglets ;)
Given the quality of the meat in both varieties, I'd probably rather there was less!
Not been ten bob for yonks!!! (horror)
Don't forget the party poppers
I'm stocking up ready for No Deal. (y)
I agree the Heinz Bolognese falls short but the Heinz Ravioli has 2 x the beef content v the Asda option. At 50p it's worth me stocking up with a selection. Heat for the OP.
No need to go to morrisons for this price, this is the regular price at Lidl and Aldi so not worth shouting about, when its £2 a kilo again ill pay it a visit but because of their stupid rule of not advertising it anymore ppl like myself will not travel the 12 miles to go there, that's my opinion of course
Can't imagine the standards are that high for this price
Just had the piece I got on Thursday for dinner, and jolly nice it was, I prefer leg but the other half finds it too dry, so shoulder it is for us
If you prefer a leg joint, that's currently £3 per kilo in Tesco.
I have experienced this with certain cuts. namely the shoulder. I know what you mean though it almost tastes a bit like the farm yard it originated from, I don't know why this is the case. never had it with loin cuts or leg cuts. strange. maybe boar taint is more prevalent in the shoulder cut since the shoulder tends to have more fatty tissue and therefore more "androstenone and skatole" since it's deposited in the fat as per the wiki article.
My girlfriend and all my veggie previous girlfriends have a bad problem with gas! I call this Linda M'Fartney food! (shock) (embarrassed)
Wot she pull your porker or are telling porkies.
Mrs got me the pulled pork version last night and it was very nice, reminded me of Hamburgers from the 1970's. Will definitely be having again. Never tried duck when I ate meat so wouldn't know if these versions taste anything like it. HOT
The duck is pretty good for a Chinese. Add a sauce and it’s a very good substitute (y)
Dealabs for you then :)
A Mexican Ford Fiesta?! Slimming World'uns do eat some weird stuff.
The meat was awful when I had it, was like chewing a car tyre!
As with so many of these micromeals with uncooked root veg in them, it's extremely hard to ensure they are fully cooked without everything else being massively overcooked and dried out. Is it really that hard to part-cook them before freezing?
...not worth even £1.75 :o
Had it tonight, was lovely with brown rice. Bargain, Heat.
In Leviticus 11, Bible states that this is not food. Time to open your eyes folks. Ask yourself: what am I getting all the horrible diseases from? Why am I on permanent medication?
Well the chorley wood process is "4 hours" a fast bread (thus a big gut problem enabler) that really does not have time to feed nor break down constituent components (in essence) compared to a slow bread, of which sourdoughs are a prime example (can be days of "yeast on dough action" ..not sour by name, multiple variant on the bread type, its one of those you save some of the yeast to be the main mature agent for the next batch, call it artisan / old school ..whatever it is better bread, & better for the gut. Plenty of good (if you peruse a few) bread books in cheapo shops. Not a fan of the "machine brick loaf" ...never been satisfied nor impressed with one, very stodgy & glutinous compared to a decent "heavy" (& I cannot impress the word enough there) loaf / cake tin, or even better cheap but heavy cast iron casserole dish for a really good loaf in hot cast iron (kinda like when I do giant yorkshire puds in my le creuset steam pan ..only for bread into a good hot oven can produce a superb loaf you'll enjoy making (although you'll treble your butter intake for the family) (lol)
So you never ate Ham? Or a Chicken sandwich.. or drank milk from a supermarket? Big clue : if it's in packaging and has had any sort of treatment; it's processed.
unknown banger @ tesco ,must be only available in certain stores
Still full price online and in our store. When does the offer start?
My thoughts exactly! ;)
Always get these when on offer, nice, well baked pastry with egg inside, my only complaint would be lack of super glue between meat and pastry, I mean jelly (lol)
Voted Hot - just because it’s a pork pie (y)
Throw away the fat soaked pastry and you have a nice piece of pork mince and egg.
Dead pig? yum yum (shock)
Sounds great. May pick one of these up tomorrow. There's only 2 of us. So Roast pork Sunday afternoon, cold pork, beans and chips Monday night, cold pork sandwiches for work Tuesday! Don't tell the health brigade on the KFC thread! :D
Cooked great! Followed pack instruction and it was very moist! Being cooked on the bone made all the difference! Rubbed salt on the skin an hour before roasting! And wiped that and any liquid off with a piece of kitchen towel just before it went in the oven. Crackled up perfectly
How do these cook up OP? Do you need to prep the skin much in terms of patting dry, adding salt etc to get decent crackling and moist meat? Moist meat. Moist. Meat.
Thanx for sharing :)
Quality is not very good but for £5 can't complain.
Wish they did the dad steaks again. Side of a small child. Amazing.
That's what I was going for haha!
This just reminds me of Joey from friends. Custard... good Jam. .. good Beef. ... all good
Is it cooked to dryness like in the picture?
With swine flu spreading across Asia if you have room in your freezer you might want to stock up. Millions of pigs being killed but it's not going to stop spreading any time soon.
As I said, most customers won't be doing that sum in their heads while in a busy supermarket.
or just multiply the headline price of £4.63 per kg by 0.66 :)
isn't this their normal 3 for £10 offer??
These pork belly slices were sooo peppery (despite being salt and chili) that they were near inedible
...pork belly in maple syrup all the way, salty are sheet :o
Heat added! Suitable for freezing too (y)
the fat from belly slices will just burn baby burn, like throwing petrol on the bbq
Looks perfectly normal for me. Pork with pork, wheat fortified with minerals and vitamins, few of the usual preservatives etc :D 70% pork sausage isn’t bad. Try one of those 95% ones, you’d think they’d be amazing with all that meat in but they’re not. Sausages do seem to need the seasonings and fillers such flour. Don’t look at Richmonds! Some people swear by them but I think there is only the minimum amount of pork in them to be legally called pork sausages. (horror) I think even the cheapest and most basic supermarket sausage has more pork in (excited)
i dont do online food shops as cant even spend enough for the lowest delivery charge so for me instore is so much easier
Pigs in blankets.......well 70% anyway.
Available online https://www.iceland.co.uk/p/iceland-12-sausage-and-bacon-rolls-276g/56741.html
not in mine they havnt had these in since jan so il have to have another look
If i'm not mistaken Morrison's own their own abattoirs and meat processing operations which is more than can be said for the rest of the supermarkets and it's British pork from British farmers with British welfare standards.
Just ask at the butchers counter
At that price you can just taste the suffering
Thanks - I’ll make a trip to Morrison’s (y)
Somewhere around 3kg I think maybe more. In my morrisons the smaller cuts around 1 - 2kg are usually next to where all the rest of the pork is then they have a bigger square chiller in the middle of the isle where all of the bigger cuts of beef / pork are kept. i'v seen some pretty decent size ones but I never really looked at the weight.
Dates of mine have been changed at least 4 times. One order says 'Expected by 26th August" other order says "Expected by 23rdSeptember", they were both ordered on the same day
Tried them once didn’t think much of them myself but I’m not saying these ones are any better because I haven’t tried them yet and I might not if amazon don’t get any stock.
Cough (raygray) cough
Na mine keeps getting put back by around 6 weeks
Anyone had their orders delivered yet?
340 grams worth!
How many wagyu burgers in a pack?
You know that thing about ‘reassuringly expensive’...........
Add to minced beef for very tasty meatballs. Will check my local later. Thx heat added
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