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Old 01-18-2016, 12:07 AM   #51
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I haven't bought one from anywhere other than costco and would like to know if other places have the all thigh option as well?
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I haven't bought one from anywhere other than costco and would like to know if other places have the all thigh option as well?
safeway, but they're not prepackaged
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If we expand the region ... Blaine. US grocery store chicken >> Cdn, don't know why. Grocery fried chicken is really good as well. Both at truck stop and the one at Ferndale.
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What about whole chickens uncooked.
Only down side to Costco is you have to eat it all within a few days.
I like to get whole then cut it up and make different meals out of it.
Where and what is the best price for a whole chicken?
Searched the websites no help. What is a good per pound price for whole?
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Costco occasionally has the two whole bird pack. Don't know the pricing but I'd probably prefer their birds at a little higher cost than other places
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I've bought whole uncooked chickens at No Frills before when it was on sale.

It was something ridiculously cheap like $4 or $5. Pretty small compared to Costco but at that price I couldn't really complain.

But yeah, I'd usually grab it at Costco. If I'm looking for rotisserie, I'd probably pick em up at Costco or Whole Foods. Superstore if I'm too lazy.
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I use chicken multiple ways:
uncooked from china town;
wings, drums stick, skin = deep fried
breast = shredded + bbq sauce for wraps
thighs i cook them up little slices for stir fry
cage of the body I use it as stock to boil.

As for rotisserie; I eat the dark meat and the rest, I use them as meat for wraps + nachos etc. I find them way too dry and tasteless that's why

for raw chicken; Winco in US has really good price for whole chicken.
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superstore chicken are a bit dry
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Walmart has whole chickens for 2 bucks a pound everyday.
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I use chicken multiple ways:
uncooked from china town;
wings, drums stick, skin = deep fried
breast = shredded + bbq sauce for wraps
thighs i cook them up little slices for stir fry
cage of the body I use it as stock to boil.

As for rotisserie; I eat the dark meat and the rest, I use them as meat for wraps + nachos etc. I find them way too dry and tasteless that's why

for raw chicken; Winco in US has really good price for whole chicken.
I will have to try some of your options listed above, all sounds good.
Thanks for the input
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Old 03-18-2017, 08:36 PM   #61
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I use chicken multiple ways:
uncooked from china town;
wings, drums stick, skin = deep fried
breast = shredded + bbq sauce for wraps
thighs i cook them up little slices for stir fry
cage of the body I use it as stock to boil.

As for rotisserie; I eat the dark meat and the rest, I use them as meat for wraps + nachos etc. I find them way too dry and tasteless that's why

for raw chicken; Winco in US has really good price for whole chicken.
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superstore chicken are a bit dry
You guys need to whip up a good gravy, or just stop by KFC on your way home and get some ready gravy.

KFC gravy is unreal
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You guys need to whip up a good gravy, or just stop by KFC on your way home and get some ready gravy.

KFC gravy is unreal
I think Church's gravy is better
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Whole foods or nothing.

Totally kills Safeway, and Superstore. Would be willing to try Costco.
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