Monday, March 5, 2012

Money Saving Tip

I'm sure you've all heard the saying "You gotta spend money to save money!"  Well, I'm here to say that I'm going to put that old adage to the test. Just for you, I'm going to make the sacrifice and see if it holds water. Or not.

Yes, that's right. In the name of ECONOMIC SCIENCE, a well-known branch of the MONETARY SCIENCES, I am volunteering (you can thank me later) to participate in the study of "Chicken Wings: Are the Cheaper Monday Night Wings of EQUAL VALUE to the higher-priced TUESDAY NIGHT WINGS and the WEDNESDAY NIGHT WINGS and the THURSDAY NIGHT WINGS etc??" I will submit my detailed analysis in a week's time. You're welcome!

Or was that "You've gotta spend money to make money?"

Oh well...

32 comments:

  1. Chicken wings with blue cheese dressing or just coated heavily in sticky BBQ sauce. Thanks Jane you have just ruined my diet plans this week because I want these sooo bad right now.
    Oh and a beer or nice glass of wine would go lovely with these.
    Have a great taste testing week.

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  2. I am not tempted by your chicken wings, not enough meat on them for my taste.
    I have taken chicken breast fillets ot of the freezer for tonight, now what will I do with them ???????

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  3. No, the adage is...."You have to spend money to eat chicken wings."
    lol

    In the name of Our Society I thank you for your selfless research.....

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  4. This is an important service message. I will be on pins and needles until I get the results of your test. You are hard working and dedicated. 

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  5. I am more a breast lady, could you expand your research to that next!! Thanks for your sacrifice.

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  6. I look forward to hearing how your research turns out!!

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  7. Wow, now thats an interesting study.

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  8. you're funny!!!

    Gill

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  9. Oh those look VERY VERY good....  That's pretty fun research you are doing there, Ms Jane :-)

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  10. Are you eating wings for four days straight?  Oh my!
    m.

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  11. I look forward to your analysis :)

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  12. Here's the short version: yum yum!

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  13. Hee hee~ I hope your research brings a new, higher level understanding of chicken wings.

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  14. and don't forget about the sauce!! Mild, medium or hot? hmmmmmmmmmm......

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  15. Don't worry Mark, they won't last that long!

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  16. Anything for science my dear!

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  17. Thanks Gill, I try!

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  18. I can create a study for just about anything!

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  19. Well.....ok, if I must!

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  20. That's me- give give give!

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  21. Ok, here's what you do. Put them in a roasting pan; mix up 1 can cream of mushroom soup and 1 can of cream of celery soup, 1 can of water and 1 cup of wild rice, stir together and pour over your chicken. Top with 1 package of dried onion soup mix, cover tightly and bake for 2 hours, uncover and eat your face off!! My daughter's fave chicken recipe!

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  22. I went with a nice mellow cabernet merlot:)

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  23. My chickens can hear you. shhhhhh!

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  24. make sure you keep the same amt and type of alcohol each time - don't wnat the mon night ones to be better because you had an extra glass of bubbly(or extra 'attention' before you ate!)

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  25. Hmmmm, how come you get to do this research? How come I didn't hear about it?? Doesn't seem fair.....:)!

    Can't wait to hear your conclusions!!

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  26. C'mon up! Wing night every Monday at The Waltzing Weasel in London, ON - we'll save you seats!

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  27. Well ok, if I must! (Shoulda had more than one glass of wine last night lol!)

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  28. I can't get sentimental about chickens. We had chickens when I was a kid and I'd collect the eggs and the old birds weren't very friendly! Then when they got too old to lay I'd watch my dad hook one around the neck and cut its head off. Then I'd watch him remove the feathers and take everything out - he'd name each part and tell me what it was for. Even though we raised them just for food he still loved them - but I never did!

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  29. Jane, you are such a Martyr!! God bless you!! ;)

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  30. Yes, I am, thanks for noticing. Next on my list of scientific research - creamiest brand of icecream!!!

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