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Community Foods Brings Meat to You {ATL-area chicken giveaway}

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When I think of dinner, I typically go to chicken as my go-to meat. It’s lean, it’s a good source of protein, and my family likes it. The problem is often that the boneless, skinless breasts I prefer are typically around $4/lb unless I wait for a sale and go to a certain store on the right day. I don’t have the time or energy for that.

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I’m so glad to have found Community Foods, a local Georgia company that sells and distributes wholesale, top quality, fresh food, direct from the farm-to-consumer (chicken, lean ground beef, tilapia, and seasonal fruits and vegetables). By eliminating the middle-man of grocery stores and wholesale clubs, and delivering to common pick-up points within the community, we’re able to bring our customers better prices than they would be able to find anywhere else!

We’ve already tried out the boneless/skinless chicken and it’s delicious. So juicy and fresh. I can’t believe how much better it tastes than anything I’ve ever bought at the store. Look at how important the quality is to them.

Boneless/Skinless Chicken Breasts

Our All-#2ural Boneless/Skinless Chicken Breasts have the following unbeatable qualities:

  • Hormone-Free
  • Gluten-Free
  • No Additives or Artificial Ingredients
  • No Size Enhancing Agents Such as Salt, Broth or Seaweed Extract
  • Free Roaming Environment

Price: $1.69/lb (40-lb case)

Ground Beef – All #2ural, 90/10

Price Per pound is $3.89/lb.

Our All-#2ural Ground Beef is sourced from Premium Black Angus Beef and has the following unbeatable qualities:

  • No Antibiotics – EVER!
  • No Added Hormones – EVER!
  • No Growth Promoting Drugs – EVER!
  • No Artificial Ingredients – EVER!
  • Source Verified to Ranch of Birth
  • Humane Animal Handling Practices

It’s super easy to order and pick up, too. You go visit Community Foods and find a location and product(s) you’d like to purchase. You then purchase online and show up at the designated delivery date, location and time in the community. You pull up next to our tent and truck, show us your receipt whether it be a printed hardcopy or on your phone, we load the case(s) of food in your car and off you go. It literally takes about 2 minutes.  They have a referral program, too, so when you sign up for your purchase, enter my email address (reallyareyouserious at gmail dot com) in the Referral Box at checkout!

The chicken is in a refrigerated truck when you pick it up, so it’s nice and cold. It comes in a box that is easy to handle and carry.

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When you open it, you’ll find all of your HUGE chicken breasts. We tend to spilt them up into freezer bags and place most of it in the freezer. We leave a couple out for the week’s use.

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While 40lbs might seem like a lot, our family went through it in about 5 months. And, we have a side-by-side freezer and the chicken fits in one of the drawers with room to spare. It’s so nice not having to run to the store when chicken goes on sale. And, I know I’m getting the best deal and the best quality for my family.

Community Foods wants to give one really Atlanta-area reader 40lbs of chicken. You’ll get to select the delivery date and location (from those available) later this month.


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18 Comments

  1. i’ve been wanting to do this for forever! i’m going to look into this company. thanks!

  2. oh, and favorite chicken recipe…i have several. one is blue cheese stuffed with pears and brussel sprouts, one i made tonight-parmesan crusted chicken, and bbq chicken in the crockpot that i found on pinterest.

    1. Feel free to share links if you have them!

      And, they are doing beef right now. I haven’t had a chance to try it, but it looks amazing.

  3. Mmmmm Chicken. I can’t tell you how many breasts I go through in a week. …. that sounded dirty…. I’m cooking more and Red seems to really like chicken! This would be a great plan for our family.

  4. PS. We love to use chicken in our teriyaki drumstick recipe and Chickin Boobies (again, dirty, but a legit recipe!)

    1. Do share the recipes…I’m always cooking the same chicken!

      1. CHICKEN TERIYAKI DRUMSTICKS: feeds 4 people

        -Put 8 chicken drumsticks in a large ziplock bag, and dump in a 10-12 oz. bottle of teriyaki sauce. Marinate for 4 hours or overnight if you like.
        -Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
        -Place a cooling rack on top of a jelly roll pan, and lay out your drumsticks on that. Sprinkle liberally with black pepper and cover with foil. Bake for 20 minutes.
        -Uncover, flip your chickin and cover again. Bake for 10 minutes.
        – Remove foil and bake 5 more minutes.

        Eat with sauteed veggies and rice, or any over veggie you desire. Goes great with corn on the cob! So yummy and super easy!

      2. Chicken Boobies (that’s the real name!) This is a great entertaining recipe. It cooks itself in the oven while you prep your house or yourself! Fast prep, slow cook, but a great Sunday dinner.

        4 whole chicken breasts
        10oz cans of: Cream of chicken soup, cream of celery soup, cream of mushroom soup
        3/4 c. Milk
        3 oz grated Parmesan (we call it shakey cheese!)
        1/4c. Silvered Almonds – dont skip these. THey are the best!
        1 box of Uncle Ben’s long grain and wild rice

        Preheat oven to 275 degrees. Grease a 9×13 pan.
        Stir together soups and then whisk in milk gently.
        Combine HALF the soup mix with the uncooked rice and Uncle Ben’s spice packet. Layer this into the 9x 13 pan.
        Layer on the chicken breasts evenly.
        Cover with the other half of the soup mix. Sprinkle almonds and cheese on top.
        Bake uncovered for 2 1/2 hours. Serve when hot, and it need no side dish. DELICIOUS!

        1. Yum! I’ll have to try that after I can do dairy again!

          (BTW, my mom calls Parmesan Cheese the “shakey cheese” too!

  5. This looks great. My favorite chicken recipe is just a simple roast chicken. If your chicken is good and fresh, nothing beats it.

  6. Love Community Foods, but so far I’ve missed the chicken delivery, can’t wait to try!

  7. oops – forgot the chicken recipe: chicken casserole w/ greek yogurt, homemade cream of chicken, crushed ritz crackers on top … my kids love it!

  8. I have a BBQ chicken slow cooker recipe I tried a few weeks ago that I love. With coke and lemons.

  9. Great info! Thanks. 🙂

  10. My favorite chicken recipe is grilled or in the crockpot. Keeping the cooking process simple!

  11. mrs. hils says:

    I like plain old chicken parmesan, but those Chicken Boobies sound awfully good too!

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