I'm A Silly Mami: Walmart’s Premium Choice Steaks Review & Giveaway - Ends 8/15   

Friday, August 3, 2012

Walmart’s Premium Choice Steaks Review & Giveaway - Ends 8/15

IMG_20120731_122711I’m sure you have all seen those Walmart commercials where they surprise restaurant patrons and tell them that they are eating Walmart steaks. Well I’m here to tell you that it’s totally true. Walmart now offers top quality USDA Choice steaks at a great price. Like many of you, we never considered buying steaks at Walmart. My husband loves to grill and he is very particular with the kind of steaks he buys but when I was asked if I was interested in trying them out we decided to give them a try.  Generally like my steaks cooked medium well and my husband likes his medium but I have to admit that medium was actually perfect! I don't eat steak very often but I have to admit that it was one of the best steaks I've eaten in a long time especially since my husband grilled it because he likes to charcoal everything!  We did purchase other cuts of meat that were not USDA CHOICE from Walmart to give it a fair comparison and they weren't as juicy or as tender as the CHOICE steaks. I can honestly agree with the people in the commercial when they say it was one of the best steaks they've had. It was the best BBQ on a budget. We purchased two packages of the choice steaks, corn on the cob and our sides.

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Walmart selects the best USDA Choice cuts, tender-ages the steak to perfection, and makes sure it undergoes rigorous USDA inspections for quality and safety. In fact, only 1 in 5 steaks are good enough to be called Walmart Choice Premium Beef.

100% Money Back Satisfaction Guarantee

Ready to put your taste buds to the test? Walmart is so confident that you will love the top quality USDA Choice steaks that they offer a 100% Money Back Satisfaction Guarantee. If you aren’t fully satisfied, you can just bring back the receipt for a complete refund.

Why Choose Steak at Walmart:

  • High Quality. Walmart selects each and every steak. And, only 1 in 5 steaks qualify for the retailer’s USDA Choice Premium Beef label.
  • Excellent Taste. Perfect marbling in these cuts makes them extra juicy and flavorful.
  • Expertly Aged. All of Walmart’s steaks are aged for excellent flavor and tenderness.
Walmart is also giving one of my fabulous readers a chance to win a $25 gift card to try out the new USDA Choice steaks! Here's how: 

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*Disclosure* I wrote this review for "I'm A Silly Mami" about Walmart's New USDA Choice Steaks‏. The product in this review was provided to me free of cost from a giftcard for the purpose of conducting my review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.

50 comments:

  1. I always grill extra vegetables, and the next day make a salad with them.

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  2. With our family and friends, everyone brings a dish or two whenever we have a BBQ or we attends someone else's bbq. Really helps with the budget.

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  3. Pasta salads are an economical choice for sides and make good use of whatever veggies you happen to have.

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  4. Grilled seasonal veggies help us to stay on the budget.

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  5. i like to make pasta salads as a side

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  6. We always try to have fruit as a healthy side at BBQs. We also have everybody take leftovers home so there is no waste of food or money.

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  7. If you don't have a grill, or can't afford one, buy a grill skillet to use on the stove and still get those great grill marks on your beef.


    katherinedibello (at) gmail (dot) com

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  8. Along with larger meats and chicken, we like to use chunks of meat with veggies on skewers to grill kabobs. I like to marinate chicken breasts in a balsamic vinaigrette dressing--right out of a bottle--for a yummy tender, rich flavor.
    bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

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  9. The forman grill works great!

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  10. I make extra so I can make pulled pork sandwiches and homemade fried rice with the leftovers

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  11. we always have a healthy fruit salad to balance out the meal.

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  12. My husband always coats trial tip with garlic powder and parsley before grilling. A lot of it. Make sure to leave a little of the fat on it for flavor.

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  13. Have fun foods like corn on the cob, potato salad and homemade ice cream

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  14. I get the inexpensive bone-less pork ribs, throw them in a crockpot with a bottle of BBQ sauce and when I get home from work, they are tasty!
    ighmeg at yahoo dot com

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  15. I love roasting pork shank in amazing seasoning sauce.

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  16. I make kabobs with cherry tomatoes, onion & peppers. I cover them with olive oil, then parmesan cheese

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  17. pasta salad and corn on the cob

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  18. I like to make pasta salad or mac and cheese as a side dish

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  19. BBQing on a budget tip: buy cheaper cuts of meat and cook at a very low temperature and it will be tender!

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  20. Papya grows like crazy in florida, use that as a meat tenderizer!

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  21. stefanie gladden (ann lyfe)August 5, 2012 at 7:31 PM

    I love garlic mashed potatoes & grilled salmon!!

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  22. Marinating meat for at least 30 minutes before grilling makes the meat more tender and adds flavor.

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  23. in our group of family and friends whoever is having the BBQ usaly has the main dish and drinks, every one else brings a side dish...my familys fav sides are baked beans,Italian potato salad,corn on the cob and the grandkids fav is watermelon

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  24. Add a can of peach pie filling to fruit salad!! grammypenny@frontier.com

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  25. Kristina VillaruzAugust 6, 2012 at 4:48 PM

    Participating in the GFC Blog Hop for the first time! I'm your newest follower. :)


    Kristina
    http://www.yomichaelmichael.com

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  26. I buy less expensive cuts of meat like stew meat and then use meat marinade overnight before grilling shish-ke-bob. I always make extra to take for lunch to work the next day; it reheats really well.

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  27. We make "Meatloaf burgers" for the grill: Adding mashed beans, oatmeal and egg with seasonings to ground meat stretches out the servings! Serve with mild salsa or a sugarfree ketchup.

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  28. I like to have some pasta salads

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  29. Great tip - Substitute eggs or black beans for your meat in dishes - much healthier!
    Thank you.

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  30. I have events that are BYOB so everyone chips in. I also do potlucks.

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  31. A classic pasta salad and a fruit salad.

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  32. When we have any type of cookouts--we have a "covered dish" brought by each person or family that way it makes everything affordable for all

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  33. i always buy meat that has been marked down. i take it home and freeze it right away.

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  34. I just buy a nice steak at Walmart, sprinkle it with McCormick's Cowboy Rub and grill it on the grill until it's done to my liking. Yum!

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  35. corn , mushroom and asparagus beef kabobs. Cut up Sirloin steak in bite size pieces and skewer that along with alternating veggies on the grill, brush lightly with olive oil and salt pepper and thyme

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  36. This is my chicken burger recipe it is a big hit my family and extended family now ask for me to make it!

    ground chicken
    sour cream
    jack cheese
    turkey bacon
    cilantro
    onion
    cayenne pepper, garlic, salt and pepper
    italian bread crumbs
    Brown the bacon then mix all the ingredients except the bread crumbs make a patty then dip it into the breadcrumbs so they are on the outside of the burger then grill or fry we enjoy these burgers with sour cream and guacamole on top.

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  37. Our biggest thing is to have everyone at the party prepare their own kabob at a station and then we grill them so everyone is happy!
    ericacarnes(at)gmail(dot)com

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  38. My favorite is to make a quick mexican dip: sour cream mixed with taco seasoning and a lot of shredded cheddar. Yum!

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  39. I make steak kabobs with pieces of steak and slices of onions, green peppers and mushrooms and cherry tomatoe. I serve it with a salad and baked potatos

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  40. Marinate meat/chicken overnight in the fridge for the BBQ.

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  41. I bought an indoor/outdoor grill, that way if it rains we can bring the fun inside! Melanie Montgomery is my rafflecopter name

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  42. Grow your own veggies. Saves lots of money (:

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  43. Start cooking early, that way you aren't rushed and can enjoy the experience more.

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  44. We always cook lots of bread as we LOVE our carbs :)

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  45. Have your guests each bring a side to help cut down on your total cost.

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  46. Our BBQs always have people bring side dishes to make it affordable.
    Thanks for the contest.

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  47. We love to use a grill basket and grill our vegetables whenever we are BBQing. Some of our favorite things to grill are asparagus and zucchini. We cut them up and drizzle a bit of olive oil on them, then add a dash of salt and pepper. Throw them in the grill basket and BBQ them for 5-6 minutes. They come out so crisp and flavorful! Just be sure to use an oven mitt to pull the basket off of the grill!

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  48. We like to have a potluck bbq, where everyone brings a different dish.

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