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You would probably be better off just getting them here at Fosters. They carry certified Angus beef and have delicious steaks at the counter in the meat department, or will cut them specially for you to any thickness.
During our visit we?ll be eating out for lunch and dinner, but I prefer to make my own breakfast, so with that in mind.
Do the stores have spicy cheese; I like adding this to my eggs.
Are the bagels good?
What is the price for a carton of cigarettes, please no comments on my habit, wife gave up trying after 38 years of marriage
Thanks for the info.
But, you know what? I don’t care if it’s cheaper to eat in……I still like going out….we eat breakfast and lunch in our condo and then go out almost every night…….
Hope this helps.
I’m definitely with you on the eating out as opposed to eating in. It is definitely cheaper to eat in, just like it is at home. The grocery stores are excellent….meat and fish and produce are very good. It’s amazing. The meat patties are a favorite lunch food for my husband and son. We buy them at the grocery and eat them at home.
When our children were young, it was actually easier to eat at the condo. They could stay out on the beach longer and then didn’t have to get dressed up—not that people dress up much any longer.
We also like to order in some nights instead of going out-Chicken Chicken is good. I read on several boards that there is a new chicken place. I think it’s in West Bay-but don’t know where it is.
We ate there twice this last trip. Not only was the food very good, but the service was exceptional, and the price a nice bonus.
Great food at great prices…and something for everyone!
I had always understood that if you wanted to bring in some frozen meat, that you were supposed to leave the original label on the package. Don’t know if that has changed or not.
In my opinion, it is really unnecessary to bother with bringing in a lot of food nowadays, because the grocery stores have gotten to be SOOO nice. When we first started going to Cayman twenty years ago, everyone brought coolers full of food, but not very many people do that anymore. The stores have improved so much and you’ll find everything you need……maybe a little bit more expensive than at home, but not that much.
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