Pressed for time and rusty on cooking skills, shoppers are looking for simple ways to cook fresh foods at home. Supermarket meat departments have been looking for ways to help, expanding their offerings of preseasoned, preassembled or precooked poultry, beef and pork products. Meanwhile, premium cuts of beef are growing in popularity at many chains. Sales of both types of product, retailers say, point toward shoppers' desire to prepare restaurant-quality fare in their own kitchens or on ...
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