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Get a 75% price discount on a smoked turkey sandwich!

Monday, December 22, 2014

I really like having smoked turkey breast sandwiches but they are usually quite pricey.

Whenever I am in the supermarket, I would check out the cold cuts and see if there are some special offer items. If we don't mind eating stuff which are expiring in 2 or 3 days, we can usually get rather good deals. For example,

Eat by 25 Dec 14, Christmas Day!

Half price! What a deal!

Of course, it was not the first time I bought this product at half price from Cold Storage supermarkets. Just trying to create an air of excitement here. Yeah!

This brand has a good selection of cold cuts but I like the smoked turkey breast the most. I like to think that it is the healthiest option there is. See?

99% fat free and has the healthier lifestyle stamp!

Anyway, this is about 200 grams of turkey and is enough for me to make 4 sandwiches, each with 2 slices of meat.

If you are interested, here is the list of ingredients to make the sandwiches with:

1. 200 grams of smoked turkey breast. $4.75.
2. 8 slices of Gardenia wholemeal bread. $1.65.
3. A small cucumber. About $0.40.
4. 4 slices of cheese. About $0.80.
5. Some trans fat free margarine. $?.??.

Packed and ready to go!

Each gourmet sandwich would cost less than $2.00 to make but you would have to be like me and not mind having the same thing for breakfast and lunch. However, if you are making breakfast or lunch for the whole family, this is not an issue.

Biting into my lunch!

We can have "atas" food without the "atas" prices.

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yeh said...

i will put some lettuce and tomato to make it more healthier and yummy.

AK71 said...

Hi yeh,

I do that sometimes too. ;)

Problem with lettuce is that there is always so much leftover. Even with cucumber, I usually use only half a cucumber for 4 sandwiches.

So, at times, I end up eating the leftovers on their own. Not very appetising. -.-"

yeh said...

leftover lettuce can just stir fry and eat with rice:)

leftover cucumber can also do that.

leftover tomato just stir fry with eggs.

well, settle your dinner liao:)

AK71 said...

Hi yeh,

Thanks for the suggestions but my kitchen is actually in my living room now. Shoebox apartment. -.-"

So, I have decided not to do any frying or stir frying of food. ;)

Actually, even in my old place, I didn't do any frying or stir frying because I didn't like to do the after cooking cleaning. My kitchen looked brand new even after almost 5 years. LOL.

Now, I just have a better excuse. ;p

Solace said...

I have used my Poems (Philips) brokerage account to redeem one year worth of The Edge Magazine using the reward point.

During this festive season, 4500 points can be used to redeem the edge instead of the usual 7500 points.

Just a head up to your readers, if they are using poems account.

Lizardo said...

Throw the rest of the stuff into a salad bowl!

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