Let's stir things up..?
Feb. 25, 2011 9:29 pm
Updated: Feb. 27, 2011 2:07 pm
Per my new direction here at the crazykitchen, tonight we shared frozen breaded fish filets (no doubt ground up, regurgitated, formed, coated and frozen!) Along with we had some frozen fries, and frozen peas... You got it, CRAZYCOOK doesn't always spend
the entire day rattling pots and pans. I haven't crunched the numbers, but off top of head... fish - $1, fries - $1, peas... less than $0.50.
After reading comments from a few members of late, a thought crossed thru my "pea brain..."
Question: if you had to buy a "decent" steak this week, what would you pay/lb? I'm thinking (from my local ads,) ribeye, NY strip... seems there's a third that are ususally similarly priced and quality...? Right now, can't think, but while sirloin is often
"up there," it usually is $1/lb less than "the best." I really am curious as to how prices DO vary across this great nation of ours! Please feel free to comment... I'll pull all the #'s together and do a post sorting it all out! Oh... lets not EVEN venture
to "tenderloins..." seems that's a cut for royalty! I guess I'm asking, check your ad(s) for this week for steak, and lets just take a look at the "big picture." This could be FUN! Participate, if you will...
I STILL don't believe that I'm feeding two of us dinner for the $$ I'm quoting, but I guess after a week of similar numbers, I just can't dispute it, or say that I have my head someplace in outer space. (Had another anatomical thought, but MUST be polite!)
Ohhhh... getting so far off track, as I have another question, but will try to save for another post, another day!
So, friends, till next time, stay happy, stay crazy, and keep everyone "wondering" what you're up to! This IS just so much better than "staying within the norm!!!"