STEAKS & CHOPS & ON-LINE ORDERING- OH MY!

Steak-and-Chops-asparagus---Easter-photo-LenkaLife-photographyContributed by the Pstreetnews team. Our neighbourhood butcher- St. James Steak and Chops, is prepping to make your dinner plans an ease. Need provisions for dinner tonight, or all the ingredients for your famous charcuterie board, but don’t have time to shop?  Or do just need great organic groceries delivered straight to your home?  Go on line, scroll through the enticing selection of items Steak & Chops Butcher carries, decide what you need, click, order! It’s that simple! You can either pick up at your desired time, or have it delivered fresh, from a refrigerated vehicle, straight to you.

 
Choose from a variety of in store items from salmon, local grass-fed steaks to home-made pasta sauces, and of course, Mark’s amazing selection of delicious specialty, made in house sausages. All are available, all are fresh with oodles of other options ready at your finger tips.

 
Easter is late this year -April 21st, but it’s not too late to order your Easter dinner needs.  The team at Steak and Chops have your holiday meats in mind. Resurrect those classic-family recipes, or why not try a new recipe this year. They have of a wide selection of whole turkeys, racks of lamb or delicious prime rib. Pre-order soon! Things get choppin’ when the Easter Bunny comes a hoppin’.

 
Also- don’t forget to visit Steak and Chops at the 48th annual Forsythia Festival, Sunday May 5th at Wellesley Park. Mark and his team will be in high heat grilling action, serving up hot dogs, burgers and portobello mushroom burgers for the veggies.

 
To be part of St. James Steak and Chops exciting new venture and receive all the latest marinated news; email them directly at steakandchops@rogers.com
visit the website @ www.steakandchops.ca , call (416) 925-7665 or visit them at 516 Parliament St.

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