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Meat Deals in this week's flyers

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ispeedca wrote:
Aug 4th, 2017 9:27 am
It's sliced block cheese not singles so for the price... Unless you like to eat cheese in cubes it's the same exact cheese.
Nope, sorry, it's singles at Costco - check again.
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bought 2 steaks for 19$ last night at walmart, these are beasts of a steak. cant wait to cook these up.

I will take a ribeye or beef rib over a striploin anyday of the week.
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See the half circle shape (fat outline) at the bottom of the steak. This is the tougher cut to avoid.
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versetile wrote:
Aug 4th, 2017 9:48 am
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See the half circle shape (fat outline) at the bottom of the steak. This is the tougher cut to avoid.
Wish I saw this earlier. Bought 6 steaks from RCSS yesterday and 1 out of the 6 has that part in it.
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For those steak eaters....try Sugar steak. Did this last time with some thick Striploins (which I generally find a bit tougher than Rib steaks) and they were nice and tender and delicious.

If you're worried about the slight sweetness, nothing like make a chimichurri to go with it.

ATK Sugar Steak:

Using a ratio of 4 parts granulated sugar to 3 parts kosher salt, we season the steaks (liberally) with some of the mixture and let them sit for up to 24 hours to fully season. Right before they hit the heat, we season them again. Moving the steaks around the grill as they cook prevents the sugar from burning.
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ispeedca wrote:
Aug 3rd, 2017 12:21 pm
1kg Black Diamond cheddar is 4.39!!!! at Costco this week
450g Black Diamond cheddar is 1.88 at Food Basics this week

Are these anything like real cheddar or are they typically "processed" cheese slices
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treasureseeker3 wrote:
Aug 4th, 2017 10:41 am
450g Black Diamond cheddar is 1.88 at Food Basics this week

Are these anything like real cheddar or are they typically "processed" cheese slices
processed.
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treasureseeker3 wrote:
Aug 4th, 2017 10:41 am
Are these anything like real cheddar or are they typically "processed" cheese slices
If you want real slices try Kraft Cracker Barrel at $2.99/$3.00 Zehrs/Loblaws/No Frills. There has been a $1 in-store coupon about, and at at $1.99 for 220-240g, it's $3.76-$4.10 per lb. Not bad for real slices!
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ToniCipriani wrote:
Aug 3rd, 2017 10:35 am
Try Flipp - go into the app, search "steak" and it highlights everything for you.
Jeremy_H_Chan wrote:
Aug 3rd, 2017 11:07 am
Or install Flipp App on your phone and just search for what you're looking for. Loads all the flyers in your area, can search by item. Saved me flipping through all the flyers.

https://www.flipp.com/search?q=steak easier.. haha
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Flipp is great for finding "steaks" but it doesn't tell you what's actually a good price or a good cut.

Thanks OP for this thread.
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Grocery store steak, gross! Who Cooks a steak that is less than half an inch thick?
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Bella125 wrote:
Aug 4th, 2017 12:20 pm
Grocery store steak, gross! Who Cooks a steak that is less than half an inch thick?
You know you can talk to the meat guy and ask him to cut you thicker ones, right?
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