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Old 11-24-2013, 01:24 PM   #14901
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I buy 4 boxes every year for those "I need stuffing" moments in the off season.
I'll have to hunt it down, haven't seen it for years.
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Old 11-24-2013, 01:24 PM   #14902
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Sonofagun. My most often used burner on my stove won't light.
I think I'll do some monitor shopping for new stoves and dream.
New stove...a pipe dream.

Cornish game hens will be spatchcocked and roasted in the toaster oven this year.
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Old 11-24-2013, 01:24 PM   #14903
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I'll have to hunt it down, haven't seen it for years.
They have it at Wal-mart...
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Old 11-24-2013, 01:26 PM   #14904
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Freezing it makes a huge difference and sooooo much easier!
In the freezer as we speak. Of course, I had to remove a smoked turkey carcass and a rotisserie chicken carcass to make room. So some chicken noodle soup may replace the chili that I'd planned.
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Old 11-24-2013, 02:45 PM   #14905
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Just got back from the store with most of the week's groceries. Thawed some turkey necks and am about to roast them with veggies and make stock for Thursday's gravy.
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Old 11-24-2013, 03:01 PM   #14906
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You should watch last week's NCIS!!! It was very good and it introduces the next Special Agent for the team.

I too, have a burning desire to watch Mr. Reese on the screen...
Ah, so. Now we know what keeps you northern women warm. . . .
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I've seen rotisserie chickens in regular grocery stores. And I semi-regularly buy the eight pc fryed chicken at the town store (their rotisserie's look pathetic). I was hoping to try out the "famous" Costco rotisserie chicken because so many people here pick them up for dinner. Any other rotisserie chicken just wouldn't be the same
I'm not sure why, but Costco makes the best rotisserie chicken from a regular store, that I have ever eaten.

When I lived in the city, I used to buy rotisserie chicken at a Portuguese place or at a place run by a Central American woman. OMG, those were fabulous, and so were the potatoes roasted at the bottom of the rotisserie, where all the chicken drippings fell.
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Old 11-24-2013, 03:35 PM   #14908
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I'm not sure why, but Costco makes the best rotisserie chicken from a regular store, that I have ever eaten.

When I lived in the city, I used to buy rotisserie chicken at a Portuguese place or at a place run by a Central American woman. OMG, those were fabulous, and so were the potatoes roasted at the bottom of the rotisserie, where all the chicken drippings fell.
Drat. We didn't even think of RC last time we were at Costco. Of course, the cart was so full of other stuff we would have no place to put it, and it would be cold by the time we got home.

Where we go in Mexico, there are so many places that serve wonderful RC, for the US equivalent of about $3, and include sides of rice, beans, tortillas, and spaghetti. I have no idea why they include spaghetti.
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Ah, so. Now we know what keeps you northern women warm. . . .
Enough for a week...when it goes off for the season...it's horrible!!
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Drat. We didn't even think of RC last time we were at Costco. Of course, the cart was so full of other stuff we would have no place to put it, and it would be cold by the time we got home.

Where we go in Mexico, there are so many places that serve wonderful RC, for the US equivalent of about $3, and include sides of rice, beans, tortillas, and spaghetti. I have no idea why they include spaghetti.
The RC from Costco nuke well. They are slightly better nuked the first day than the second. I just learned this.
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