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Meat Supply
« on: March 07, 2013 »
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  • I assume that the steak comes from Argentina in Tenerife - what about the Lamb.

    Is this locally produced?

    Offline Davymar

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  • Mary had a little lamb
    Its fleece was white
    and whispy
    she put it in the oven
    at gas mark 9
    and it came out black
    and crispy.

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  • Mint?

    Offline Tanemera

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  • Some (possibly all?) of it, including that stocked by Transito, Mercadona and Macro (the wholesaler in Adeje) comes from NZ.   

    Alfies Mum

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  • Lamb is VERY expensive. We were over two Christmas' ago and wanted lamb. Got some in LC but for a leg, which admittedly was large it was over 30. I felt obliged to take it because I had asked the butcher to save it for me because it is so hard to get. This of course is only my experience

    Offline Edward Bear

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  • Try the butcher just before the tee junction in Tamaimo on the left hand side. Fantastic selection of meats. Far superior to Transito. The lamb comes from the Pennsula and it is beautiful .

    Offline el presidente

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  • Agree 100% with Edward Bear. We get all our meat there.