Shoprite trip today. There was a selection of poultry: chicken breasts or gizzards. But customers were limited to two packages total. (I bought one.)
I could not pass up the opportunity for limes, nice looking ones. But there were no hot peppers of any sort. Green chillies are called for in the dish for which I bought the chicken. Oh well. It had been a long time since I'd seen green beans, so I got those. Scallions too.
I also wanted cheese. I got Roquefort and Gruyere. There was only one piece of Gruyere to be had in the store. Two pounds worth for $39.14. I think Gruyere keeps pretty well as cheeses go.
For the first time I tried contactless payment so that I would not have to touch the card reader. The payment processing part worked OK but I still had to enter in my PIN on the keypad. Sort of defeats the purpose. On the other hand, for checkout in the wine store I did not have to touch anything at all. I guess I should be drinking more wine. (They sell rum too.)