Prime Cut Meat and Deli : Our go-to meat shop
I guess this is truly the "new normal". How things have quickly moved online -- paying bills, processing payments, ordering food, sending out courier items and many more. Since the start of the quarantine, our family has heavily relied on our friends who have took their products online. From breads, to fish, from veggies and fruits and even cooked food. I've lost count of the number of deliveries that have been made and with that, we follow a very strict sanitation protocol to ensure that the dreaded virus stays out and away from our home. As you know, we had a scare just a month ago and it was really stressful and horrible. It was so hard to isolate someone much more to isolate 4 people in the family and to adjust how we do things here. The inconvenience was one thing but more than anything, it was the emotional stress that really took a toll on us. The fear that one may be positive and could have possibly infected the rest was one thing we were so scared of. Thankfully, the tests all came out to be negative and we're just so happy. However, that also means, we have to "tighten" our rules to ensure we won't have that kind of scare anymore.
I'm not going to show you the raw meat as some might not like that but instead, let me make your mouth water with some of my favorite dishes using premium cuts of steak and deli meats from Prime Cut.
I went all K-Pop one weekend after watching The World of Married. I know the story does not have much eating unlike Crash Landing on You or Itaewon Class but there was this 5 minute scene of Dr. Ji cooking Galbi Jjim and her sloppy husband just went for the pot and got himself a piece and ate right on the kitchen counter thus creating a mess from the sauce dripping. I was pretty sure the director and writer never really thought much about that scene but from the time that I saw that, I was so determined to cook Galbi Jjim and having a pack of Angus Short Ribs from Prime Cut inside our freezer was just the perfect sign for me to give it a go.
In the coming weeks, I'll be sharing with you more of my quarantine finds and how they've helped us from having to leave the house to do our usual meat/seafood/produce shopping.