A reason to love Trader Joe's. Ever since I saw this dinner recap by Pat, back in October I've added cutlets to my meal repertoire. Cutlets; I grew up "eating wise" and then "cooking wise" with cutlets, but for some reason I stopped making them altogether. Until Pat's reference.
Since then turkey cutlets with bread crumbs and Italian type seasonings has gone back on the agenda. Its a tasty dish. Easy to make, very fast, and the cleanup committee never complains. Its so fast you prepare everything else first.
I've been picking up turkey cutlets at TJ's, typically in 1-1.5 lb preparations; the cutlets are already cut thin though not completely uniform (so be prepared to pound a little). I think they run either $4.99 or $5.49/lb and here is a several month old reference from the TJ newsletter
While at TJ's the other day there was one package of this "stuff". I picked it up. Price was missing I guess. It wasn't stamped. Only one package at the time. When paying for it they couldn't identify price. A staffer was sent back to find price. He couldn't find it. It went to the MOD (manager on Duty).(I threw out what I thought the price was). But TJ's resolution. NO COST/NO CHARGE!!!
gotta love TJ's.