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Apparently this is old news but I just heard about this today.
So it seems you place your grocery order online, choose what time you'd like to pick it up, pull into a designated parking space and a walmart employee will load your car free of charge with your grocery order. Walmart also states that 70% of Americans live within 5 miles of a Walmart. It seems to be a wise move to undercut Amazons grocery delivery service, Walmart would be more cost effective and efficient for most people to drive to.
Is this the future of grocery shopping, Walmart of all places? I can see myself definitely using this service for most dry goods, condiments, canned goods, bulk rice and beans, milk, bread, and whatnot. I would definitely go to a local grocer for my meat and produce but this pickup service for dry goods seems so convenient and natural. The only company that could ever do this cross country is Walmart, they are everywhere.
What are your thoughts?
Easy, cheap, tasty and healthy recipes?
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I recently got married and would like to start cooking meals for me and my husband. Problem is - I don't know how to cook. I've attempted recipes before but something always goes wrong - it either doesn't taste good, or gets burned, or the timing is off...etc. If you have any cheap, easy, healthy, and most importantly - foolproof recipes, can you please share them? Also, do you have any cooking tips for beginners? Thanks!
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i received several pounds of high quality pork belly. This morning, we cooked some straight, cut into rashers and lardons. During the cooking, they turn grey like a pork chop, and smell more 'pork' than bacon, due to the lack of smoke i assume. Eating was delightful, crispy, fat was clean and smooth. very melt in your mouth. Its like a pork chop and a bacon slice made sweet sweet love.
post your pork belly cures, preps and recipes here