gf turtle wrote:Yes, that's a good price for chicken thighs. The lowest I have bought chicken quarters is 17 cents a pound but then I have to cut them in half. Thighs are much easier!
I hit it lucky too today with the marked down meats. I got about 4 1/2 pounds of thighs for the same 39 cents and 4 pounds of quarters for about 29 cents a pound plus 2 pounds of beef steak for $1 a pound... LOL, hubby stole the 4 largest thighs for the BBQ! Two humans and one dog can eat pretty well on marked down and cheap meats!
cheekymunkee wrote:that IS a good deal!! I get those looks too when I am buying 10 packages of turkey legs or something like that. The checker asks me & I say it's for me & the dogs. Then I get what kind of dogs? Won't it make them mean? Don't they get sick? I find it a great way to educate peopel & have several who asked me for websites because they are interested. I enjoy it! if it helps someone help their dog theen it is worth the questions & stares.
concreterose wrote:Don't you just love it when you find good deals? Last week when I was going to pick up my Bravo order, my distributor was telling me of a great sale that the country market by her house had. I bought 20 pounds of ground beef for $1 per pound, so all i have to do is add organs to it! And they had chicken leg quarters with the back attached for 29 cents per pound. Then I found another source that had ground turkey with organs for $1 per pound. YOu can believe I stocked up my freezer...feeding two dogs certainly adds up, as my dogs are pretty active!
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