Since the beginning of the pandemic, Chéri and I have had our groceries delivered to our door.
It has its ups and downs.
For one thing, it a little bit like a lotery, every week. Because ordering stuff doesn’t mean that it will make it home. Sometimes the items missing are not a big surprise ( back in April, I think we ordered toilet paper 3 weeks in a row without getting any… But no worries, we still had some in my stash).
Other times, something not that popular is suddenly back order. For no apparent reason (unless you’ve heard about Canadians going crazy for Dijon mustard??)
Occasionally, the grocery store will give us a subtitute when it can’t provide us with what we wanted.
Chéri came to my office this morning (aka our bedroom), to show me our confirmation for tonight’s delivery.
We had ordered a pack of four chicken breasts. The packages were back order, so instead, it seems like we’ll be getting 945 packs of two breasts each! For 26,03$!
That’s just a little over a cent per breast!
As much as I appreciate the deal, I am a bit disappointed that we’ll have to rush to buy a HUGE freezer to preserve all that meat.
And I think it is fair to say that it’s the last time we order chicken meat.
P.S. If we really get that shitload of chicken, I’ll add a video. That’s a promise!