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Ontario: T-Bone and Wing Steaks 6.99LB, Chicken Breast $2.77LB, Lactantia Butter $2.99, ONT Peaches 3L $3.99

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[Metro] Ontario: T-Bone and Wing Steaks 6.99LB, Chicken Breast $2.77LB, Lactantia Butter $2.99, ONT Peaches 3L $3.99

Starting Thursday, Metro has T-Bone and Wing Steak value packs on sale for $6.99LB (Canada AA or USDA Select)

Veal Rib or Loin Chops, grain fed, also $6.99LB (not value packs)

Chicken Breasts $2.77LB (bone in, skin on, not value packs)..... No Frills has them for $2LB (club pack)

Lactantia Butter $2.99LB

ONTARIO PEACHES 3L Basket $3.99

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thanks op.

I'm interested in the t-bone steak and wings. Because there in a value pack does that mean its lower quality? What do i look for in quality when picking steaks?
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chrisanthony14 wrote: thanks op.

I'm interested in the t-bone steak and wings. Because there in a value pack does that mean its lower quality? What do i look for in quality when picking steaks?
Yes, the quality is AA or worse, Select.
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chrisanthony14 wrote: thanks op.

I'm interested in the t-bone steak and wings. Because there in a value pack does that mean its lower quality? What do i look for in quality when picking steaks?
Value pack is Metro's term for family pack -likely 3 or more steaks per package.

AA and USDA Select is a grade below the highest of AAA, but that doesn't mean you won't get a very fine tasting steak. I prefer the Wing, it usually has a smaller bone than TBone and just as tasty. Look for some marbling (flecks of fat in the interior of steak) and ones that don't have a huge layer of fat on outside that you'll most likely trim off anyway. And a thicker steak is better in my book, if it's marbled.
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Kfox wrote: Value pack is Metro's term for family pack -likely 3 or more steaks per package.

AA and USDA Select is a grade below the highest of AAA, but that doesn't mean you won't get a very fine tasting steak. I prefer the Wing, it usually has a smaller bone than TBone and just as tasty. Look for some marbling (flecks of fat in the interior of steak) and ones that don't have a huge layer of fat on outside that you'll most likely trim off anyway. And a thicker steak is better in my book, if it's marbled.
Agreed and by some marbling a FAIR bit of marbling (white flecks of intramuscular fat) is good thing as it adds tenderness and taste
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Sobey's in Ontario has AA Prime Rib and Prime Rib steaks at $6.99 LB also starting tomorrow
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MJB wrote: Sobey's in Ontario has AA Prime Rib and Prime Rib steaks at $6.99 LB also starting tomorrow
Sobey's also has their premium "Sterling Silver" Canada AAA Top Sirloin steaks or roasts for $7.99LB
https://sterlingsilvermeats.com/about-o ... lang=en-ca

And if you want AAA Prime Rib steak or roast, certified Angus, Fortino's $9.99LB

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