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[Sobeys] T-Bone Steaks $5.87/lb, Miracle Whip 475mL $0.99 - August 29-September 4, 2019 (Ontario)

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[Sobeys] T-Bone Steaks $5.87/lb, Miracle Whip 475mL $0.99 - August 29-September 4, 2019 (Ontario)

Sobey's (Ontario)
August 29-September 4, 2019

T-Bone grilling steaks
$5.87/lb ($12.94/kg)

Kraft Miracle Whip 475mL
$0.99
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Steaks are AA. Not a hot deal IMHO. Sobeys used to have good sales on Sterling AAA.
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What about rcss aaa striploin for 6.99/lb?
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T-bone same price in west flyer.....
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Bidjaan wrote: Steaks are AA. Not a hot deal IMHO. Sobeys used to have good sales on Sterling AAA.
Agreed... They still will have the aaa striploin, but rarely. I believe the last time was April or May.

Hands down the best strip loin you can buy in any supermarket.... For literally under half the price of a butcher.
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FoodBasic has striploin AA 4.88/lb, the lowest ever for past few years, I think.
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computergeek541 wrote: Sobey's (Ontario)
August 29-September 4, 2019

T-Bone grilling steaks
$5.87/lb ($12.94/kg)

Kraft Miracle Whip 475mL
$0.99
T-Bone grilling steak is $1/LB more expensive out west. Oh Sobeys where is the love for the west? Astonished FaceBlack Question Mark Ornament :rolleyes:
$6.87/lb ($15.15/kg)

Miracle Whip - same price

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Try the AAA Angus striploins 6.77/lb from Walmart. We were pleasantly surprised.

Sobeys beef has gone to shit for a premium grocery store. Reminds me of MM Meatshop. They had good AAA steaks which were convenient for frozen. Then it was AA and soon ungraded Australian beef. Don’t know how they are today because we stopped shopping there.
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Going to buy both and put miracle whip on my steak
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Got my hopes up there for a minute there...thought this was $5.87 for a giant steak at T-Bones 24/hr steakhouse =(
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Sobey's AA beef better than Walmart's AAA beef. Will always get the prime rib when it goes on special for $6-7.
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Just out of curiosity, does anyone know why beef is more expensive in Alberta than Ontario? AFAIK Alberta produces the most beef of any province in Canada.
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Was at Costco Kitchener this morning. They have USDA Prime striploins. $7.25 off a package, but cost is $44.99/kg (20.45/lb) to start with. Picked up a package with 3 gorgeous pieces. Worked out to $18/lb. Special treat for the long weekend.
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Batmon wrote: Going to buy both and put miracle whip on my steak
Some people that sous vide steak rub it in mayo before searing to get a good crust. (I know Miracle Whip is not Mayonnaise).

I've also heard of people using peanut butter, but that is too odd for me to even try.
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Bidjaan wrote: Try the AAA Angus striploins 6.77/lb from Walmart. We were pleasantly surprised.

Sobeys beef has gone to shit for a premium grocery store. Reminds me of MM Meatshop. They had good AAA steaks which were convenient for frozen. Then it was AA and soon ungraded Australian beef. Don’t know how they are today because we stopped shopping there.
If they went from good to worse, how do you know they haven't switched back to great? Just because they scaled down back in the day doesn't mean they can't revert. Possible reasons could be new management or store specific. Boycotting is such a waste of time.
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frozenmelon wrote: Just out of curiosity, does anyone know why beef is more expensive in Alberta than Ontario? AFAIK Alberta produces the most beef of any province in Canada.
I'm sure if you asked Kenney, it would be Trudeau's fault...
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Thanks op, might give these a shot.

Picked up top sirloin steaks from Zehrs a few weeks back and those were tougher then a bulls bag. Just terrible
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eelw11 wrote: Sobey's AA beef better than Walmart's AAA beef. Will always get the prime rib when it goes on special for $6-7.
I agree. Sobey's AA is excellent, although I find that Walmart's AA is also very good, although they do the mechanical tenderization of even AAA prime rib.

The one you have to watch is Metro. Their AA can be so tough that you can't even chew it. They also throw a piece of essentially garbage into the middle of the prime rib roasts.
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Perfect time to try miracle whip as a marinade for steak

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