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Best Grocery Store Chicken Wings?

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Best Grocery Store Chicken Wings?

OK I need to buy some chicken wings for this weekend. Can anyone recommend good grocery store wings?
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If you don't have access to one of the big box stores (Sam's/Costco) then I would recommmend PC Gigantico Chicken Wings at No Frills/Loblaws/etc.

That's what I used to buy before getting our Sam's membership. Now I just buy the 4kg boxes.

I used to enjoy the Master's Choice Roadhouse wings at Food Basics, but they only have Pinty's now. For pre-flavoured, they were my top choice.
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I think the crunchy crumbed chicken wings at M&M's are really delicious. A bit more expensive than grocery stores, but much nicer ...
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Muncher wrote:
Feb 1st, 2007 3:35 am
I think the crunchy crumbed chicken wings at M&M's are really delicious. A bit more expensive than grocery stores, but much nicer ...
Do you mean the Louisiana Style Chicken Wings? These ones here?
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I'm a big fan of the Lousiana wings from PC (Loblaws, YIG, etc.). They have a good coating of sause and they bake up really nice!

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Pinty's or Hampton House make a good wings if you're looking for freezer ones. Longos has good fresh ones. Costco's were soggy and mushy and NOT WORTH IT.
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The already-cooked and ready-for-takeout ones at Sobey's are total crap, so my advice is don't even bother wasting your money on those ones.. They're always soggy
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Re the M&M picture, yeah that's them. I haven't had a few months now - should go get some myself.
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The frozen buffalo wings you can get at Sam's Club and Costco are amazing.
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Those M&M ones look nice

I'll ahve to pick some of those up
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Feb 2nd, 2007 1:02 am
The frozen buffalo wings you can get at Sam's Club and Costco are amazing.
pinty's right...9.99 for 1.36 kg bag
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cOmAtOaSt wrote:
Jan 31st, 2007 2:33 pm
OK I need to buy some chicken wings for this weekend. Can anyone recommend good grocery store wings?
I live in Windsor ont. , but maybe this will help I personally find that the grocery stores charge 2.99 a pound for chicken wings, but the markets around Windsor sell them for 1.99. Maybe the same were your at.
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