It's prime time for Prime Time Meats

| 29 Sep 2011 | 08:10

MILFORD - Unless you’re ready to shop, don’t go into Prime Time Meats new store with an appetite . Owner Ken Peereboom has set a trap for carnivores in the 5,000 square foot market he opened on Valentine’s Day. The store has 60-feet of well-lit, attractively displayed fresh meats, in addition to a delicatessen and seafood. They make their own varieties of sausage and fresh kielbasa, turkey and chicken varieties, too, for the diet conscious. The beef is all choice or prime cuts, with no solutions or water added. But the real killer is the prepared meats section, with chicken cordon-bleu, pork chops and roasts stuffed with various goodies, beef burgundy, baby-back ribs smothered in sauce, just to name a few. Given ten minutes notice, they’ll even whip up your favorite meat dish, ready for the broiler or oven. The whole thing is absolutely unfair if you’re hungry. Peereboom, who has operated Prime Time since 1993, says the prepared meats are his prime market, to offer meals ready for the oven, for people who too often don’t have time to cook and are tired of frozen dinners. He’s planning to add produce soon, but the will remain, “more of a fresh market than a grocery store,” he said. “And you’ll get it all with good service and a smile,” he added. Prime Time Meats is located on Wheatfield Drive just off the U.S. Route 6/209 three-lane, anchoring a small shopping plaza, which Peereboom built and also houses the Medicine Shoppe and Priority-One Mortgage. You will have to watch for the signs on your first trip. Prime Time Meats is open Tuesday through Thursday from 8 a.m to 6 p.m., Friday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and they are closed Sunday and Monday. For more information, call 570-296-6064.