Congratulations to the winners of the 40 pounds of chicken from Zaycon Foods:
Bonnie: I am part of a monthly cooking group. We use chicken breasts for half of our recipes. I am very interested in the quality of the chicken! Thanks! 🙂
Carla: I love chicken!!! One of my current faves is chicken pasta primavera…I got the recipe from 5dollardinners.com and it’s so yummy! Thanks!
Jennifer: fav chicken dish, making it right now: cook 3 chicken breasts and cut up, cook one box uncle ben’s long grain and wild rice (not instant) per directions, mix chicke and rice with one can cream of celery soup, one can cream of chicken soup and one cup mayo. Cook in a 400 degree oven until hot, bubbly with very slight browning, about 45 minutes.
Ladies, I have emailed you. Please reply ASAP or I will have to select another winner!
So, you didn’t win but still want some chicken? I originally got the deadline wrong and you all have some more time to figure out how many boxes you need to order.
Portland, Salem, Wilsonville, St. Helens & Longview: Order by Tuesday, October 26; delivery is on Monday, November 8.
Olympia, Tacoma, Puyallup, Bellevue, Monroe, Everett, Lynnwood: Order by Monday, November 1; delivery is November 12-13
Do you all realize what a fantastic deal $1.48 a pound for chicken breast is? I strongly encourage you to find the extra money in your budget to order a box or two. And tell your friends about this — the more people we have ordering, the better deals Zaycon can score in the future!
I know some of you are concerned with the quality of this chicken and the condition of the farm that the chicken comes from. The chicken is from Sanderson Farms in Mississippi. Their website does a great job explaining all the details of this chicken, including what they mean by “all-natural” and how the chickens are raised. From what I’ve gathered, this chicken is comparable to Foster Farms.
I can personally attest to the quality of this chicken. It is fresh and never frozen. It is not nasty. There is little fat to trim and very little veinage (my word — like it?). I was thoroughly impressed with it.
Lastly, I know that some of you want to score chicken breast for $1.48 a pound, but really don’t know what to do with 40 pounds of it. Oh, I won’t leave you hanging out on a limb by yourself!
Facebook Kate (who is also a personal chef…) and I have been working behind the scenes to create a resource to help solve the “what in the world will I do with 40 pounds of chicken?” problem.
Come back Monday for details…
Disclosure: Zaycon Foods gave me a box-o-chix in exchange for hosting the initial giveaway. I have not been compensated any other way, nor am I compensated if you purchase chicken. I push awesome deals, and this is, by far, the best deal on chicken breast I have seen.
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