I'm finishing off a box of Schneiders Chicken Breast Fingerlings this morning. (That's today's news folks, lol).
They were on sale a while back - before gas was $1.40 a litre ($5.30 per gallon). Only I didn't really care for the product greatly. Sure I usually stick with the no-name budget products. Strip versus strip, these were better. It was the packaging.
There were TWO packages of Plum Sauce inside the box. There's the advertised weight right there; so the box ended up with holding less chicken than I reasonably expected.
However, the inside of the box contained a series of manufacturer's coupons - a couple of which I might actually use, perhaps? Generally I am not a couponer. I read the weekly flyers though! But clipping and storing and reading the fine print and the expiry date... not for me.
The chicken would have been nicer (also) if my rental unit's fridge had a colder freezer section. Everything kept in the freezer section is 'limpy'; which is legal enough. However, milk can keep decently which is much better than with some rental fridges I've had. Otherwise it is as good, and quiet, as any other rental appliance - none have ever been as good as what I might buy on my own.
Ah to be a home owner... Own a real fridge (when new). Own a separate freezer. Have a driveway and a personal garage. A Patio deck. My own washer and dryer.
Damn, about 22 minutes and these chicken strips burnt in the stove. I neglected to adjust for their less-frozen starting temperature.