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I bought a bad rotisserie chicken


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1 minute ago, Chris... said:

They usually have the time stamp on the label. Maybe it had been sitting there in the warmer for a while.

It was a big grocery with lots of turnover, and I bought it at 6pm or so.  It should have been ok, not gonna buy one from there again.

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2 minutes ago, Ralph T. Mooseknuckle said:

I have had some marginal ones, but then the next time I got one that was marvelous.

Costco does a good job, those always come out moist and large, they are the best value in prepared meat anywhere, I think.

How long do you simmer a rotisserie chicken carcass before you can call it stock?

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4 minutes ago, Randomguy said:

Costco does a good job, those always come out moist and large, they are the best value in prepared meat anywhere, I think.

How long do you simmer a rotisserie chicken carcass before you can call it stock?

1 1/2 hours give or take.   If it is heavily seasoned, you may want to reduce that.  Don't forget the mirepoix. 

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24 minutes ago, Randomguy said:

Costco does a good job, those always come out moist and large, they are the best value in prepared meat anywhere, I think.

And all this time I thought the best deal in prepared meat was the $1.38 Nathan's Hot Dog at Sam's Club.

Biggest friggin' hot dogs I've ever eaten.

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