Searching for Budget Cuts?

22 Oct 2015 4:14 PMLicensee Person

G’day Sydney,

As we are getting closer to the pointy end of the year I thought it would be a good time to share a couple of my “buying meat on a budget” tips. With these three tips you will be able to load up your trolley full of meat, even on a weekly budget.

 

G’day Sydney,

As we are getting closer to the pointy end of the year I thought it would be a good time to share a couple of my “buying meat on a budget” tips. With these three tips you will be able to load up your trolley full of meat, even on a weekly budget.

1. Plan weekly meals and buy in bulk

Keep up to date with all the AME weekly specials. This week’s grass fed ‘Bindaree Gold’ Porterhouse is a true standout at $19.99/ kg.

2. Go low and slow

Look out for the cheaper cuts such as Brisket, Blade and Oyster blade. Apply a low and slow cooking method to ensure you get a juicy and tender result. Look out for the Bindaree Gold grass fed Rump cap at $18.99/ kg

3. Give the man a bone

When shopping on a budget remember to utilise the bones. T-bone steaks, pork shoulders and legs of lamb are great. And who doesn’t love the bone to give your meat a sweet and juicy flavour.

Have a great weekend.

Wade, Mark and the AME Team

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