What are some prices for a combO order? I'm curious. I went out for lunch the other day. I had a steak, fries, coleslaw, garlic toast and a Rickard's Red draft plus a Guinness pint. Cost me $42 including a tip.
Very good time to be buying California artichokes, though I've sometimes had to pay as much as $5/ea.I also may have missed m/any references to any fruits, which are still considered a food group.
California cherries came early this year due to the milder/hotter weather, as was reported in the news. Local prices are about $2.89 and declining.So far, no Colorado cherries, and the California stuff that I've seen has looked sorta "meh".
Depends on what we're talking about, but IME, pears, pineapples, tomatoes and cherries suck if picked too green, and the best way to get properly ripened stuff is from local sources i.e., farmer's markets. USA supermarkets treat produce mostly as a logistics problem rather than something that should taste good. I like Costco as much as the next person, but I don't buy pears there.If you are a fruit lover, try not to read the origin or what it takes to get produce to YOUR market, year around.
Suddenly, you will realize that "fresh" has become relative word!
Your humor may someday make you wealthy and your wallet fat (or vice versa or both).I see synthetic chicken made from processed plants, but no one seems to be making synthetic broccoli yet. I imagine some facsimile of broccoli could be made from animal products so that carnivores could satisfy their cravings once in a while.