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Posted: 1/9/2015 5:14:02 PM EST
It's true. As if the chicken wasn't good enough (it was), they had the mind to package it in a portable plastic container, and lovingly place this container on a shelf in a building that has a tendency to bring in some beautiful women. As if this wasn't enough, they even went as far as to place a sweet little bar code on the side of the fragile plastic chicken coffin. Those crafty wizards of science. True miracle makers you are, you chicken cooking grocery store people. Bravo, you creepy bastards.

With this being said, I can honestly and firmly say that rotisserie chickens are mankind's 3rd greatest achievement. The number 87 and yoga pants are clearly take first and second place, respectively. Birth control takes 4th place.

That is all. You are dismissed.



Link Posted: 1/9/2015 5:20:07 PM EST
I love to rotisserie chickens on my Bar-b-que.

Game hens are also awesome to cook in this manner.

Doesn't even require a lot of fancy spices - even just paprika yields an awesome bird.
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 5:21:11 PM EST
The ones at Sam's Club are pretty good for $4 or whatever they are.
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 5:21:58 PM EST
It's all well and good until it gives you food poisoning so bad you don't fully recover for a year ... Haven't had grocery store rotisserie chicken since.
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Link Posted: 1/9/2015 5:27:46 PM EST
Just bought one from Publix and had the legs/wings and then made chicken salad out of the rest, for the last couple of days.

Easy enough and at about $6.50 per quality bird, they're pretty cheap.

Chris
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Originally Posted By Redarts:
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Tasty and cheap.
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Originally Posted By Waldo:

Supermarket version of a gas station rollerdog. I don't trust them.
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gotta go with this.
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 5:29:32 PM EST
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Originally Posted By damcv62:


Tasty and cheap.
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Originally Posted By damcv62:
Originally Posted By Redarts:
The ones at Sam's Club are pretty good for $4 or whatever they are.


Tasty and cheap.


Yup $5
Then I make a bucket of soup with the carcass
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 5:29:53 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Waldo:

Supermarket version of a gas station rollerdog. I don't trust them.
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True story, last time I got pre cooked chicken from the Kroger deli, I took a bite of it and blood came out.
Never. Again.
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 5:30:00 PM EST
I used to dig them, but not anymore. The meat always seems mushy/mealy compared to other cooking methods.
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 5:32:27 PM EST
My ex gf bought me one of those Ronco things and I shit you not it actually made some good chicken.
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Originally Posted By cavgunner:


Yup $5
Then I make a bucket of soup with the carcass
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Originally Posted By cavgunner:
Originally Posted By damcv62:
Originally Posted By Redarts:
The ones at Sam's Club are pretty good for $4 or whatever they are.


Tasty and cheap.


Yup $5
Then I make a bucket of soup with the carcass


all of the above

two full meals for 5 bucks
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 5:34:34 PM EST
store will mark them 50% off after 8
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 5:36:45 PM EST
Did these last weekend on my weber kettel. It was in the low 30s, lol. Wife did good with the christmas gift
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 5:40:07 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Waldo:

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I would (and do) eat a gas station hot dog before I ate one of those chickens in the plastic container sitting under the (luke) warming lights.
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 5:45:59 PM EST
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Originally Posted By dorobuta:
I love to rotisserie chickens on my Bar-b-que.

Game hens are also awesome to cook in this manner.

Doesn't even require a lot of fancy spices - even just paprika yields an awesome bird.
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Lemon pepper.
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 5:46:56 PM EST
if you buy it at a store, you fail
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Originally Posted By GMZ:
My ex gf bought me one of those Ronco things and I shit you not it actually made some good chicken.
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Yep. My dad used the shit out of his Ronco when I was in high school. It was awesome. I ate well.

I should probably pick one up now that you reminded me.
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Originally Posted By 2000Z3M:
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I buy mine from Costco. White meat not eaten immediately become sammich material or chicken salad. Bones are boiled to become soup. Then they're thrown out for the critters (saw deer eating those bones once ).
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Originally Posted By AR45fan:


I would (and do) eat a gas station hot dog before I ate one of those chickens in the plastic container sitting under the (luke) warming lights.
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Originally Posted By AR45fan:
Originally Posted By Waldo:

Supermarket version of a gas station rollerdog. I don't trust them.


I would (and do) eat a gas station hot dog before I ate one of those chickens in the plastic container sitting under the (luke) warming lights.


If you have a child and work full time, you are doing yourself a great disservice.

It's very easy and convenient to swing into Kroger or Giant Eagle and grab a chicken, beans, mashed taters and corn and walk out spending only $10.

Since my wife and kid hate the dark meat, I just make chicken taco's with that meat the next day.
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 5:50:10 PM EST
HEB Flaming Bird is superior.
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Originally Posted By Waldo:

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Yep! My wife brought one home once….. and only ONCE….. about 10 years ago. It sucked and the dog got it.
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Originally Posted By 2000Z3M:
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I used to hit up the Commissary for lunch regularly. It was either to get a half of a rotisserie chicken or a fresh sub from the deli. Both were awesome deals. No way is a fresh rotisserie chicken from a store a fail when it's that cheap and I don't have time to make it. It kept me away from fast food like Burger King.
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 5:54:28 PM EST
WTF
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Originally Posted By RescueGunner:


I used to hit up the Commissary for lunch regularly. It was either to get a half of a rotisserie chicken or a fresh sub from the deli. Both were awesome deals. No way is a fresh rotisserie chicken from a store a fail when it's that cheap and I don't have time to make it. It kept me away from fast food like Burger King.
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Originally Posted By RescueGunner:
Originally Posted By 2000Z3M:
if you buy it at a store, you fail


I used to hit up the Commissary for lunch regularly. It was either to get a half of a rotisserie chicken or a fresh sub from the deli. Both were awesome deals. No way is a fresh rotisserie chicken from a store a fail when it's that cheap and I don't have time to make it. It kept me away from fast food like Burger King.

I make my own, see pic above
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Originally Posted By dirtyone04:


If you have a child and work full time, you are doing yourself a great disservice.

It's very easy and convenient to swing into Kroger or Giant Eagle and grab a chicken, beans, mashed taters and corn and walk out spending only $10.

Since my wife and kid hate the dark meat, I just make chicken taco's with that meat the next day.
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Originally Posted By dirtyone04:
Originally Posted By AR45fan:
Originally Posted By Waldo:

Supermarket version of a gas station rollerdog. I don't trust them.


I would (and do) eat a gas station hot dog before I ate one of those chickens in the plastic container sitting under the (luke) warming lights.


If you have a child and work full time, you are doing yourself a great disservice.

It's very easy and convenient to swing into Kroger or Giant Eagle and grab a chicken, beans, mashed taters and corn and walk out spending only $10.

Since my wife and kid hate the dark meat, I just make chicken taco's with that meat the next day.


YOU are doing your family a great disservice serving them that shit.

It's very easy and convenient to cook several meals on the weekends for week nights.

There are also more than a few meals that can be cooked in a half hour to 45 minutes that put that shit to shame.
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 5:59:05 PM EST
I get one from Krogers about once a week. They time-stamp them, so you know exactly how fresh they are. Great value too, provides one big meal and I save the breast meat and pull it for a couple sammiches for lunch, three good meals for $6. I've never gotten a bad one from there, and if they don't have one ready they give it to you for free if you wait! I've gotten free ones several times.
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Originally Posted By Dipper:


YOU are doing your family a great disservice serving them that shit.

It's very easy and convenient to cook several meals on the weekends for week nights.

There are also more than a few meals that can be cooked in a half hour to 45 minutes that put that shit to shame.
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Originally Posted By Dipper:
Originally Posted By dirtyone04:
Originally Posted By AR45fan:
Originally Posted By Waldo:

Supermarket version of a gas station rollerdog. I don't trust them.


I would (and do) eat a gas station hot dog before I ate one of those chickens in the plastic container sitting under the (luke) warming lights.


If you have a child and work full time, you are doing yourself a great disservice.

It's very easy and convenient to swing into Kroger or Giant Eagle and grab a chicken, beans, mashed taters and corn and walk out spending only $10.

Since my wife and kid hate the dark meat, I just make chicken taco's with that meat the next day.


YOU are doing your family a great disservice serving them that shit.

It's very easy and convenient to cook several meals on the weekends for week nights.

There are also more than a few meals that can be cooked in a half hour to 45 minutes that put that shit to shame.

Food nazi.
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 6:02:33 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Dipper:


YOU are doing your family a great disservice serving them that shit.

It's very easy and convenient to cook several meals on the weekends for week nights.

There are also more than a few meals that can be cooked in a half hour to 45 minutes that put that shit to shame.
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Originally Posted By Dipper:
Originally Posted By dirtyone04:
Originally Posted By AR45fan:
Originally Posted By Waldo:

Supermarket version of a gas station rollerdog. I don't trust them.


I would (and do) eat a gas station hot dog before I ate one of those chickens in the plastic container sitting under the (luke) warming lights.


If you have a child and work full time, you are doing yourself a great disservice.

It's very easy and convenient to swing into Kroger or Giant Eagle and grab a chicken, beans, mashed taters and corn and walk out spending only $10.

Since my wife and kid hate the dark meat, I just make chicken taco's with that meat the next day.


YOU are doing your family a great disservice serving them that shit.

It's very easy and convenient to cook several meals on the weekends for week nights.

There are also more than a few meals that can be cooked in a half hour to 45 minutes that put that shit to shame.


Thanks Pops, but I know how to raise and feed my family.

Sometimes cheap and easy is the only way to get it done.

I do have a smoker that practically never cools down, and placing a whole, split chicken on it is the way to go.

But unless you raise your own cattle, chickens and vegetables...someone else is doing the majority of the work for YOU too.
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Originally Posted By MrHiggs:
It's all well and good until it gives you food poisoning so bad you don't fully recover for a year ... Haven't had grocery store rotisserie chicken since.
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If your system reacts that badly to a little kitchen filth then you have weak genes.

In older times you would have died and our species wouldn't be saddled with your weakness any more.
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 6:03:31 PM EST
Originally Posted By Udder_Catastrophe:
It's true. As if the chicken wasn't good enough (it was), they had the mind to package it in a portable plastic container, and lovingly place this container on a shelf in a building that has a tendency to bring in some beautiful women. As if this wasn't enough, they even went as far as to place a sweet little bar code on the side of the fragile plastic chicken coffin. Those crafty wizards of science. True miracle makers you are, you chicken cooking grocery store people. Bravo, you creepy bastards.

With this being said, I can honestly and firmly say that rotisserie chickens are mankind's 3rd greatest achievement. The number 87 and yoga pants are clearly take first and second place, respectively. Birth control takes 4th place.

That is all. You are dismissed.



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Originally Posted By AR45fan:


I would (and do) eat a gas station hot dog before I ate one of those chickens in the plastic container sitting under the (luke) warming lights.
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Originally Posted By AR45fan:
Originally Posted By Waldo:

Supermarket version of a gas station rollerdog. I don't trust them.


I would (and do) eat a gas station hot dog before I ate one of those chickens in the plastic container sitting under the (luke) warming lights.

I guess your grocery store must suck at cooking. The place here in town actually does a good job. The food is damn good, better than a few of our shitty excuses for restaraunts here in town.


Wait... I guess it means our restaraunts suck.

The food is good, and the good looking women actually dress sexy just to buy food. That's all I need to know. I'll be going back there before too long.
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 6:20:02 PM EST
Queue that new KFC commercial where the mom and dad come home, and they are opening the supermarket plastic tub with the rotisserie chicken, making a creaking sound as they do - and all the kids in the house stop and look. One girl asks 'Chicken again!?!". The baby is playing in a fort made of those plastic tubs. Another kid is wearing 'armor' made from those plastic tubs, while yet another is working on his volcano science project - made out of those same plastic tubs...
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Originally Posted By Aimless:
We actually get good hotlamp chickens from the grocery store, they make them on site. Not sure I would buy one from super walmart
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Originally Posted By Devils_Advocate:
I used to dig them, but not anymore. The meat always seems mushy/mealy compared to other cooking methods.
We actually get good hotlamp chickens from the grocery store, they make them on site. Not sure I would buy one from super walmart


Never had one from Wally World. Used to pick them up at various local chain grocery stores (e.g. Albertson's, King Soopers, Safeway).
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 6:35:32 PM EST
I use them for homemade chicken noodle soup.

They are most delicous.
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 6:36:36 PM EST
Costco chickens ftw
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I buy one there every Saturday.
Think about it.
It's already cooked and hot to go for $5 and you take it home and put some veggies on and a salad and you have a good meal.
Debone it and use it over the next two days.
So you have gotten at least three suppers or lunches for $5.
Win!!
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Originally Posted By Udder_Catastrophe:

I guess your grocery store must suck at cooking. The place here in town actually does a good job. The food is damn good, better than a few of our shitty excuses for restaraunts here in town.


Wait... I guess it means our restaraunts suck.

The food is good, and the good looking women actually dress sexy just to buy food. That's all I need to know. I'll be going back there before too long.
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Originally Posted By Udder_Catastrophe:
Originally Posted By AR45fan:
Originally Posted By Waldo:

Supermarket version of a gas station rollerdog. I don't trust them.


I would (and do) eat a gas station hot dog before I ate one of those chickens in the plastic container sitting under the (luke) warming lights.

I guess your grocery store must suck at cooking. The place here in town actually does a good job. The food is damn good, better than a few of our shitty excuses for restaraunts here in town.


Wait... I guess it means our restaraunts suck.

The food is good, and the good looking women actually dress sexy just to buy food. That's all I need to know. I'll be going back there before too long.


You keep saying that. Are you from the Romney 2016 exploratory committee? First hit on a Google search for hot women with rotisserie chicken (Anne Romney):



She says, " the family's staple, pre-cooked rotisserie chicken" LOL.
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Originally Posted By All_Beef_Patty:
Originally Posted By Udder_Catastrophe:
It's true. As if the chicken wasn't good enough (it was), they had the mind to package it in a portable plastic container, and lovingly place this container on a shelf in a building that has a tendency to bring in some beautiful women. As if this wasn't enough, they even went as far as to place a sweet little bar code on the side of the fragile plastic chicken coffin. Those crafty wizards of science. True miracle makers you are, you chicken cooking grocery store people. Bravo, you creepy bastards.

With this being said, I can honestly and firmly say that rotisserie chickens are mankind's 3rd greatest achievement. The number 87 and yoga pants are clearly take first and second place, respectively. Birth control takes 4th place.

That is all. You are dismissed.




Bullshit article is bull shit. I worked in one of those supermarket and the chickens come in marinated cases from Tyson. They do not come from unsold chickens in the meat department. The unsold raw chickens are tossed in a bin and picked up by an outside company for disposal.
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Came here to post that. Roasted jalapeno peppers and onions FTW.
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I like to strip all the skin off and eat it and then stick the naked chicken back in the frige.
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 6:45:25 PM EST
They would be much more appealing to me if they weren't injected with salt water, brine, flavoring, or anything at all...They could salt and pepper the inside, then stuff the body cavity with onions and apples for me.
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Originally Posted By heeler1:


I buy one there every Saturday.
Think about it.
It's already cooked and hot to go for $5 and you take it home and put some veggies on and a salad and you have a good meal.
Debone it and use it over the next two days.
So you have gotten at least three suppers or lunches for $5.
Win!!
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Originally Posted By Redarts:
The ones at Sam's Club are pretty good for $4 or whatever they are.


I buy one there every Saturday.
Think about it.
It's already cooked and hot to go for $5 and you take it home and put some veggies on and a salad and you have a good meal.
Debone it and use it over the next two days.
So you have gotten at least three suppers or lunches for $5.
Win!!


This

When I was 21 and living with a cousin, we would make avocado and chicken sandwiches or tacos with them.

We would usually get a couple of meals each out of it for about $4 each.
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There's a special place in hell reserved for your kind!!!!
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 6:48:52 PM EST
Beer can chicken?
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The big-ass rotisserie in the back of the deli is mesmerizing.

In Italy, I remember hanging out at a cafe in Sorrento watching them rotisserie banks of chicken on this open flame contraption. I thought to myself, "BB, these are the fuckers that engineer Ferrari's and Ducati's, putting that shit to use"...and then I drank another limonata.
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Originally Posted By Kid_Sampson:


This

When I was 21 and living with a cousin, we would make avocado and chicken sandwiches or tacos with them.

We would usually get a couple of meals each out of it for about $4 each.
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Originally Posted By Kid_Sampson:
Originally Posted By heeler1:
Originally Posted By Redarts:
The ones at Sam's Club are pretty good for $4 or whatever they are.


I buy one there every Saturday.
Think about it.
It's already cooked and hot to go for $5 and you take it home and put some veggies on and a salad and you have a good meal.
Debone it and use it over the next two days.
So you have gotten at least three suppers or lunches for $5.
Win!!


This

When I was 21 and living with a cousin, we would make avocado and chicken sandwiches or tacos with them.

We would usually get a couple of meals each out of it for about $4 each.



Oh hell.....Avocados and chicken.
You just telegraphed tomorrow nights dinner.
Link Posted: 1/9/2015 6:59:53 PM EST
The gals at our local deli are pretty good and the chicken aint half bad either
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