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To maximize your savings this week, Chef Jeremy Latrell, known as “The Fit Cook” on social media, offers three recipes that include deals found in flyers.

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“Beef brisket (brisket) is a very popular cut of meat in the cuisine of the southern United States. It is often smoked to make smoked meat. This cut of meat is very versatile in the kitchen, and I make a piece of it regularly,” explains the chef.

Selected products:

Whole beef ($5.99/lb. at Metro)

Small Potatoes ($0.99 for a 3-pound Metro format)

to prepare

1. Cut the beef into large pieces and coat with the spices.

2. Burn the pieces of meat in a large saucepan over high heat with a little oil.

3. Add the beef broth, bbq sauce, and herbs, bring to a boil, cover, reduce heat, and simmer 3 hours.

“The result will be tender, fried with a fork, perfect with air-fried potatoes and coleslaw,” advises the specialist.

“The inside is a very lean cut of meat that’s cheap and very tender and perfect for eating raw,” he says.

Selected products

Indoor Round Roast ($3.99/lb. at Provigo)

Bacon Lafleur ($4.99 for a 500-gram format at Metro)

English Cucumber from Canada ($0.77 in Maxi)

to prepare

1. Finely chop the beef

2. Cook and chop a few strips of bacon

3. Make the caramelized onions.

4. Mix everything and add mustard, English dressing, maple syrup, red wine vinegar, capers and Sriracha sauce to make beef tartare

5. Serve on toast or sliced ​​cucumber for a lighter option.

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“Cantaloupe and honeydew melon cook well in savory dishes, such as summer salads. These two melons form an aromatic synergy with cucumber,” suggests Le Fit Cook.

Selected products:

Marinated Lamb Chops ($7.99/lb. at IGA)

Extra Large Melon ($2.77 at Super C)

English Cucumber from Canada ($0.77 in Maxi)

to prepare

1. Chop the cantaloupe.

2. A variety of cucumbers.

3. Combine with chopped red onion, vinegar, honey, lemon, ginger and olive oil to create a light and fresh summer sauce that goes well with BBQ meats.

4. Serve as an accompaniment to marinated and grilled lamb chops

A great recipe for the start of summer.