As much as I like cooking a whole chicken, I can’t seem pass by a grocery store rotisserie chicken without stopping to inhale its amazing aromas. And, how is it they’re cheaper than buying a raw one? I bought a 4 lb. rotisserie chicken for $7.99 whereas an uncooked 4 lb. one was nearly $11.00. From what I can gather by nosing around the internet, a supermarket sells fresh ingredients before the best-before-date and anything after that gets chopped up and sold in a salad bar and the meat is cooked and sold hot (helps minimize food waste). Continue Reading →
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It’s peach season, along with other stone fruits, in Nova Scotia. I, like many, look forward to this time of year when local produce hit the shelves of grocery stores and farmers’ markets. It also signals the end of summer and even though the days are warm, daylight hours are beginning to shorten. There’s nothing quite like taking a bite out of a fresh, juicy peach. Picking ripe peaches isn’t difficult…choose ones that aren’t hard and blemish-free. Keep in mind the sweetness of a peach does not increase after picking and fresh ones tend to spoil quickly so only pick what you can use within a few days. Continue Reading →
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