Sunday, July 31, 2005

Aaron's kosher chicken and meat

Murray's chickens are back and we will still have Coleman chickens. However, we will not be carrying the organic Coleman chickens. They are being replaced by Aaron's (Rubashkin's) kosher chickens. There have been requests to expand the line of kosher chicken cuts. Aaron's will deliver on Tuesdays and Thursdays. We are carrying whole chickens, boneless breasts, split breasts, legs, drumsticks and wings. We currently have a very good price on Aaron's wings--.74/lb.
Aaron's meat is kosher, grass fed with no hormones or antibiotics, grown in Uruguay. It will be sold out of the freezer. Cuts are kebabs, stew, ribeye steak and thin-sliced.

5 comments:

Taste Buds said...

The Coleman chickens were introduced with the announcment that they were selected because they were the best tasting. It is true! They are delicious. Why are the Coleman organic chickens being replaced. We may well need kosher chickens, but these are not a comprable replacement. PLEASE KEEP THE DELICIOUS ORGANIC COLEMAN CHICKENS!!!

Becky said...

I actually found the Coleman chickens to be totally tasteless. More than that, though, they dried out like no chicken legs I've ever seen. It's actually really hard to dry out chicken legs. These were inedible. Good riddance!

Taste Buds said...

Becky,

Are you sure you had the Coleman organic and not the other Coleman? We had several of the Coleman Organic whole chickens and they were very tasty? What do you think? Does anyone from the co-op purchasing have any comment on the tastiness of the Coleman Orgnic versus Aarons?

Taste Buds said...

Oops, that was one extra ? in there - should have written "We had several of the Coleman Organic whole chickens and they were very tasty." There was no question about it . . .

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