Skip to comments.Why are my Chicken Thighs suddenly So Expensive?
Posted on 12/21/2013 6:42:24 PM PST by lee martell
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Don’t believe the rumors. Many low to mid-income folks live here, some are the new people (immigrants), others just citizens who like the area. Many mid-income people are able to live in Marin County by sharing a residence and splitting the rent with the leaseholder. The crime is sort of low here. How I know that is when you see seven police cars surrounding a 7/11 store to talk to a shoplifter. Those Klieglights have never burned so bright on any suspect. I was about run off the road the other day by a cop rushing to a similar shoplifter situation at a nail salon.
Nope, just season to taste, pack the jar as tight as you can and leave about an inch or so headroom. Open and heat for instant roast beef.
Have you noticed all the scare stories about bacteria on chicken products? They are getting ready to regulate the hell out of the industry. By the time they get done expect to see $100 chickens.
I don’t know why it’s so expensive for you, Stater Bros. in SoCal has thighs or drumsticks @1.39 a pound. Must be that great store with a club card.
ROFLMAO - You win post of the day !!!!
Speaking of high prices, I saw Thomas English muffins for $4.39 a pack last night.”
Awful. Guess nooks and crannies cost more than we thought.They are the best,though.
Geez!That is robbery!We use to get 3 packs of English muffins for 99 cents at Shaws in Boston in 2000.They weren’t Thomas muffins but who cares when you’re on a budget.
BTW, they had a limit of two. So I buzzed the backroom of the butchers and told them I wanted 2, 20 pound roast. No problem, I had my 2 limit.
They send the chicken to China to be processed and then bring them back. The cost of well travelled poultry is included in the purchase price.
Have you ever seen “Serial” ?
Tried and true weapon against humanity.
Bacon has really gone out of sight...hubby used to catch wild hogs and we fed them out...really good eating. Then city folks started paying to hog hunt so can’t just go get one when we want to like the good old days.
The Turduken is obsolete. Behold the Cthuken.
I’ve never liked breasts too dry. Thighs, being dark meat are flavorful and moist.
Also, all of a sudden, all we can find are boneless skinless chicken breasts, no bone in and skin on. I like the bone in (grills and bakes better) and the skin is easy to remove (if you want it that way....).
Check the meat aisle in your store to see if there is a discount section.
Interesting option, absolutely! However,,I think I’ll pass on that. Cthuken makes lousy sandwiches, so I’ve been told.
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