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Old Dec 20th 2017, 10:01 am
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Originally Posted by Siouxie
The Keg sell it...
Now I'm embarrassed. I didn't know that Rib Eye was from the Prime Rib I've been talking about.

Oh the shame.

I actually meant I didn't see it much in the supermarket, which is even more embarrassing now

But whenever I have bought some it really hasn't looked like a prime rib minus the bone, it actually looked much leaner.
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Originally Posted by BristolUK
Now I'm embarrassed. I didn't know that Rib Eye was from the Prime Rib I've been talking about.

Oh the shame.

I actually meant I didn't see it much in the supermarket, which is even more embarrassing now

But whenever I have bought some it really hasn't looked like a prime rib minus the bone, it actually looked much leaner.
T bone is ribeye on side of the bone and the little lean piece on the other side is tenderloin or fillet steak.

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Originally Posted by bats
T bone is ribeye on side of the bone and the little lean piece on the other side is tenderloin or fillet steak.
Too many bloody names for beef here.

I only remember sirloin, t-bone and rump for steak and silverside or topside for roasts. Fillet mignon only existed in restaurants.

I expect I might recall more if prompted but I never heard of inside round outside round shake it all about round, cross rib and all the rest...
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Originally Posted by BristolUK
Too many bloody names for beef here.

I only remember sirloin, t-bone and rump for steak and silverside or topside for roasts. Fillet mignon only existed in restaurants.

I expect I might recall more if prompted but I never heard of inside round outside round shake it all about round, cross rib and all the rest...

It's not the exact same cut as a t.bone - but close..

These might help

http://www.mpishipoa.com/wp-content/...beef_chart.jpg
Beef Cuts Illustrated -- British
Beef Cuts Illustrated -- North American
https://i.pinimg.com/736x/19/35/63/1...cuts-chart.jpg
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Originally Posted by BristolUK
Too many bloody names for beef here.
I think Bossy or Bessy is probably still the most popular.
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Originally Posted by BristolUK
Too many bloody names for beef here.

I only remember sirloin, t-bone and rump for steak and silverside or topside for roasts. Fillet mignon only existed in restaurants.

I expect I might recall more if prompted but I never heard of inside round outside round shake it all about round, cross rib and all the rest...
Here's a handy info graphic
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How to get a $25 Loblaws Card
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Old Dec 20th 2017, 12:42 pm
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Originally Posted by Siouxie
These might help...
Thanks. I remember seeing something on BE many years ago. It's hard to do a comparison as even the lines aren't in the same place. It's like different animals.

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Thanks. I remember seeing something on BE many years ago. It's hard to do a comparison as even the lines aren't in the same place. It's like different animals.


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New Superstore flyer, 4 day special from Thursday...prime rib premium roast $4.77 lb.
Walmart's flyer has the same price. AAA Angus. The one we had Sunday was a Walmart one.

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How to get a $25 Loblaws Card...
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In the past both myself and wife have bought bread products in Loblaws. Can each of us claim a Loblaws card? I see no mention of the possibility in the media.
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In the past both myself and wife have bought bread products in Loblaws. Can each of us claim a Loblaws card? I see no mention of the possibility in the media.
I can't imagine they could do any more than restrict them to one per household, if they are actually cards, but then what of couples who were not in the same household for the time in question?
They could probably get so tied up in it that it's probably easiest to jsut dish out to whoever applies. Might even be a condition for their immunity.
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I can't imagine they could do any more than restrict them to one per household, if they are actually cards, but then what of couples who were not in the same household for the time in question?
They could probably get so tied up in it that it's probably easiest to jsut dish out to whoever applies. Might even be a condition for their immunity.
It looks/sounds very badly organized to me. What about people in shared accommodation (same address)? Seems - so far - that sign-up is solely sorted by email address? So anyone -whether or not they shop at Loblaws - can apply?

I’m going to try to remember to follow the saga as it unfolds.
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It looks/sounds very badly organized to me. What about people in shared accommodation (same address)? Seems - so far - that sign-up is solely sorted by email address? So anyone -whether or not they shop at Loblaws - can apply?

I’m going to try to remember to follow the saga as it unfolds.
I must have 4 or 5 email addresses...gmail, work domain gmail, hotmail, icloud and an old rogers.com email that is a good gatherer of spam.
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Originally Posted by plasticcanuck
In the past both myself and wife have bought bread products in Loblaws. Can each of us claim a Loblaws card? I see no mention of the possibility in the media.
No idea. We are both going to apply. The same address might be a giveaway.
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