Let’s “Meat” Your Match: What Your Favorite Grilled Meat Says About You
Save A Lot, one of the largest discount grocery store chains in the United States, is not only passionate about providing fresh, high-quality cuts of meat to its customers, but having fun while doing it. Just in time for summer grilling season, they’ve analyzed customer favorites when it comes to BBQ and know that one type of meat (or non-meat) on the grill doesn’t fit all! So, call your friends, fire up the grill and get ready to have some fun with these conversation starters aimed at helping customers learn more about each other based on the type of meat they like. Whether it’s chicken, beef, pork, fish or veggies over an open flame, the discount grocer is ready to be your one stop shop to make every BBQ unforgettable.
“At Save A Lot, we pride ourselves on providing fresh, high quality USDA-inspected meat to our customers no matter the cut, type or serving size they’re looking for,” said Sarah Griffin, Director of Communications. “As we approach grilling season, we welcome everyone to rediscover the simple pleasures of summer. For us that means getting outside for a cookout surrounded by good friends and even better food while giving them something fun to talk about.”
So without further ado, let’s “meat” your match, along with some of the most mouth-watering recipes, meat selections and ingredients available at Save A Lot!
Whether you are a fan of white or dark meat, those that love chicken are generally easy-going, creative types who enjoy life’s simpler pleasures. Some might call you predictable, but in reality you do not like to fix what is not broken and are good at bringing your own flavor to the table.
- Lemon Grilled Chicken Breasts
- Grilled Honey Mustard Chicken Thighs
Whether you are choosing from a hearty burger, a juicy ribeye or a mouthwatering filet, you are likely an outdoorsy type with strong convictions who craves a little sizzle in your life. You have perfectionist tendencies and like to sink your teeth into ambitious projects, both personally and professionally (food included).
- Brunch Burger
- Grilled Citrus Ribeye
- Teriyaki Beef Kebobs
From baby back ribs and pork chops to sausages, those who choose pork are patient by nature. Low and slow is how most serious grill masters approach this protein because they know there is a fine line between a tough pork chop and ribs that fall off the bone. You are very detail oriented and take pride in following step-by-step directions to cook your way to a delicious meal.
- Pineapple Glazed Grilled Pork Chops
- Grilled Pork Chops with Cilantro Lime Vinaigrette
- Farmington Sausages