Excellent, I'll supply the Spotify and a few cans (y)
Nice. Just a straightforward reverse sear on the kamado tomorrow for me. Salt and pepper. Saturday pork belly burnt ends and Sunday pulled pork.
Enjoy Planning on doing mine on the Weber Pellet Grill Saturday (Sunday looks awful here) Covering of Blues Hog Bold & Beefy Rub Smokeboost (150-180F,fat doesn't really render at that temp, I find) till it reaches 120F interna, then crank it up to 600F and reverse sear for 60-90 seconds each side on the GBS cast iron grate and rest for 10 minutes hopefully have an IT of around 135-140F after that, served with asparagus wrapped in bacon and smashed potatoes done on cast iron skillets at the same time on the grill
I like to reverse sear mine on bbq so like a lot of fat as cooks for a long time. Good marbling
I like a little less fat than yours by the look of it, but a good selection to suit all tastes, grabbed this one for myself
The photo now is not the one when I commented on it.
not correct, the image used is actually the full rump including the top side of rump which is often known in the steak world as Picanha. its actually one of the best tasting steaks. This is nothing close to a ribeye/rib roast
From all supermarkets I think Aldi got one of the best steaks but the sirloin from tesco extra special is fantastic
There ribeyes are top notch too.. Although you have to pick ones that look like a good cut.(with the eye) Even there basic 2.89 rib eys are good but there 3.98 ones are superb.. I challange anyone to find me a better one and all my mates that take the mick and go on about mands and waitrose not a clue!
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If that’s the case then my warning can be ignored!
The reason I asked is because Greggs ethically source their palm oil. So if it's an environmental and orangutan situation then it shouldn't be an issue
Palm oil deforestation is killing off a lot of orangutans I believe so a lot of vegans avoid palm oil even though it isn’t actually an animal product. Some are okay with it, some aren’t. Depends on the person
My local was wiped clean within the weekend, and even on Friday I didn't find the gyoza which I wanted and there was no mochi all vanished ;( I'm starting to think people are camping out for these offers now (shock)
Cancer existed before we started processing our food and putting too much sugar in our diets. How do you explain that? Both too much sugar and meat are bad. It's not one or the other. High sugar intake is linked to certain ailments and high meat/dairy etc intake is linked to other ailments. Meat (particularly red meat) is linked to colon cancer and heart disease. Dairy is linked to osteoporosis and breast cancer. Eggs are linked to high cholesterol levels.
Actually world shipping causes less damage than animal agriculture. https://green.harvard.edu/news/do-food-miles-really-matter https://ourworldindata.org/food-choice-vs-eating-local (avocado's are mentioned and still meat beats avocados in environmental impact).
Simply put; Reduction in purchases of meat = reduction in animals bred by farmers. Less animals = less land and water use and less soy etc grown in cut down rainforest areas etc.
It takes more land, water and food to produce the same amount of calories via animal products than it does plant products. Meat is carcinogenic. Not healthy at all. Nor is the diseases they cause through parasites, antibiotic resistant superbugs or mutations in diseases they get that causes the disease to become zoonotic. Avian flu and swine flu are examples of this. As is the current coronavirus.
Sausage refers to the shape; of which it is convenient for cooking. Why do you eat meat that doesn't look like muscle or the animal itself?
Love Yankee bundles, it's very rare that they sell at supermarket prices, and the items arent easy to find in common paces anyway!. I've had tons of great things from there!.
No I Work for the NHS so a million miles from it, but yes I do like their products and can see that they have a lot of bargains and i often buy from them for the fact is cheaper and I can bulk buy without going out. It's also evident you are on a one man mission to slate them for some unknown reason, which is rather sad and looks quite pathetic on you. You must have a lot pent up bitterness. If you don't like something, move along. You will find you live a happier life x
Not drivel, its fact. do you work for them? Do you like short coded bulk produce at supermarket prices?
Possibly other people are noticing that what you post continuously on all of Yankees posts, is the same monotonous drivel with no real useful link to what the OP is highlighting. Personally, I have found some YB deals from your comments and stocking up nicely for Easter, so really any publicity is good... Cheers!
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That's a good price, some other good stuff on the site. Not local so need delivery. We Waitrose shop at counter discount time, can get under £10/kg for sirloin but offers very patchy due to lockdown making freezer stock low.
I’d recommend these as an alternative if you want to cut your own bone out sirloins. £10/kg https://reillysons.com/collections/beef/products/scotch-sirloin-bone-out
Got the butcher to cut me a 2kg chunk. Coated it in crushed peppercorns and coriander seeds, cooked to medium and had the full roast beef dinner. Hot roast beef and onion baguette for lunch today and the teenie bit that's left will be for tea tomorrow with chips and beautiful gravy. Its the nicest beef we've had for a very long time. Thanks op, heated.
Iceland redeemed itself with the £8 chateaubriand - for a nice change this was cooked beautifully by "management", tender + juicy (that cream sauce that came in the pack was strangely perfumed + yet without taste tho'). You're so right about going for the best cut to start with... Have ordered more (y)
Picked up a lovely 3 kg piece to cook on the pellet grill this weekend
Complain to management! It probably all started to go wrong when you got it from Iceland (good for some things but not steaks) then the cooking finished it off. Better to go for quality over quantity - and learn how to pick out the best ones!
Hard to beat Aldi's 'Specially Selected' rib eye (~350gm I think) - but you do need to sort through them to find the nicely marbled ones. Then you need a good chef: easy to ruin a good steak but you can't make a bad one good by cooking it! Chef in the family so we get spoiled! (y)
It doesn't look like steak ! more like gammon ? 5mm thick, 3 mins a side then 10-15 in a oven (180) and make sure you rest on a warm plate for 10 min ( cover in foil ). The resting is crucial for steak.
Finally managed to get some in my local today :-)
I mean that completely depends on the cut and the thickness, but sure
Good price but not all steaks are created equal, My go to steak is a nice bit of ribeye with lots of marbling rather than rump. Heat added.
Can you believe a 7oz steak half the price of some pizza???
It looks like Yankee Cowboys staff have overpaid for this or just over charging, whichever I hope the staff enjoy these
I remember a girl like that
Absolutely delicious, but just try getting rid of the smell from your fingers, :D
Yes as previously mentioned 6 for a quid. They are that small though you have to have 2 packets to compare to a bag of crisps from a few years ago so only really 3 packets for a quid!
There are so many very cheap crisp deals around at the moment, (as mentioned above,) no packed lunches for school, work, etc. Peeps eating more healthily while at home or just cutting out junk type foods and nibbles due to cost and money worries... Same goes for fizzy drinks cans and bottles 500ml or less!
I just had this for my dinner and was absolutely lovely and tasty. Going to Waitrose tomorrow to buy as much as I am allowed!
Small chunks that just disintegrates in to mush, if your making a stew you want a minimum of 2 inch chunks. just saying
Been a long lockdown, hasn't it?
Funny, but having bought braising steak instead of stewing steak last week, I was interested to find the difference, and it appears that this is actually stewing steak, not braising. https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/food-and-drink/now-we-know-the-difference-between-braising-and-stewing-1.3658639
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Morrisons Sirloin Steak @ The Butchers Counter Instore Only £13/kg (Tamworth)£13£2035% offMorrisons Deals
Sirloin Steak a third off £13kg at the Butchers Counter, always best from the butchers counter as you can have it cut to a size you prefer, if you don't want a pre-cut one