I am always surprised at the verity of the Market Basket super store in Biddeford. Mind you; this is a little city off Hwy 95, south of Portland in Maine. Today without any effort at all, I found:
Honestly, it is not so much the presents of pork intestines but 10lbs at a time?! NOW THAT’S A PARTY! More importantly its only $10 and good for a whole year…
Guess what we are having for dinner kids.
Moving down the frozen food section I came across two other items.
Chicken feet, next to corn dogs above…
Two; count them. Two different options for bone-in goat cubes. Is this store great or what? These little surprises were exciting. I actually like things like this (when they are made right). I know I would be alone when it came time to eat them though so I gave up and moved on. What I found next stumped me entirely:
Is it for toast or crackers? Do I stuff it into the chitterlings? Was it sent through the mail; hot? Silly canadians and their mystery meat spreads.
I wasn’t feeling that adventurous so I gathered the basics and got out of there before I started looking for odd stuff on purpose or decided to try and sneak chicken feet into tonight’s dinner.
I think it was a good call. It is good to know that cabin fever has not effected my shopping choices…
or has it?