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Old 05-23-2021, 10:49 PM
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Where in the world are you buying them??? We have NEVER had a bad rotisserie chicken. Always thoroughly cooked, juicy, and so tender that the meat falls off the bones. Only $5.00 per chicken and we always get at least two meals from one chicken (may be the last greatest food bargain in the country!). We typically eat the thighs and drumsticks first (these are pretty small chickens, so not much to the wings), with the breast meat used for any number of things for the second meal. I have eaten in some of the finest restaurants in New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and numerous other U.S. cities, as well as Paris, Lyon, and Osaka, Japan. But I still don't look down my nose at a rotisserie chicken from Sam's Club.

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Great buy for $5.00. Flavorings are particularly tasty. Savory. I like them well done, too.
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When I was doing my bum-around-Europe-on-the-trains thing in 1985, I ate a lot of rotisserie chickens with my hands. Bread, cheese, and rotisserie chickens: that's pretty much what I lived on. (I was on a fixed budget. ) I have fond memories of a place called Pollos Go-Go in a beach town south of Barcelona ...
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Local Lowe's Foods does a great Rotisserie Chicken, Wife slices off the breast for sandwiches or plate, then strips the chicken for Chicken Pies, great stuff.
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I didn't mean that the meat literally falls off the bones, only that it is tender and moist. I've had chicken breasts that I swear came from chickens that worked out at the gym. Hey, if you don't like (or believe) a good $5.00 rotisserie chicken, so be it.

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Funny, my wife just walked in and I asked her how much a rotiserie chicken cost. First thing she said was was ugh, gross, why do you want to know. She said Shop Rite was about $7 and Fairway which is a local family owned high end market was $11. She calls them slimy. I guess we are just not fans and we eat lots of chicken. Usually Bell and Evans or Goffle Farm which is a local chicken/turkey farm. She stays away from Purdue. She is the food shopper, not me.
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Local Lowe's Foods does a great Rotisserie Chicken, Wife slices off the breast for sandwiches or plate, then strips the chicken for Chicken Pies, great stuff.
Home made chicken pot pies. Now your talking. Hmmmmm.
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I didn't mean that the meat literally falls off the bones, only that it is tender and moist. I've had chicken breasts that I swear came from chickens that worked out at the gym.

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That's one of the things I like about them; the breast meat is always tender and moist. They must inject them with some kind of acid that breaks down muscle tissue.

I never buy fresh chicken breasts, tenders, etc. Only legs & thighs. Easy to cook and even if a little overdone, they're still great.
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I think they are injected with butter. Thatís what Boston market does.
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I know the perdue ones we use to get when I ran a deli would come in a seasoning brine.

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Usually get a fresh baked bread with one. Makes some great sandwiches. Rest of it makes a great chicken soup. Now that its warmer chicken salad instead of soup.
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I just remembered a lunch we used to get at work. Rotisserie chicken, a roll of french bread, and a jar of Marie's branch dressing. Just tore that chicken apart dipped it in the dressing and ate some bread.

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