Sunday, November 19, 2006

Supermarket Sweep

Hometown Market: Corner of State St. & Rt. 94. On the south side of Wadsworth.
First, a review: Yesterday, as promised, I went to Wadsworth Hometown Market to get some chicken to take to my in-laws. As there were 8 people there, I got the 21 piece package. For $19.99, you get 21 pieces of very tender, very juicy, very delicious fried chicken.

In comparison, Wal-Mart chicken is good if you haven't eaten in days. Wal-Mart chicken is very dry, and mass produced, as they get their chicken already breaded from a central warehouse. Hometown Market has the best chicken without having to go into Barberton. If you want cheap chicken, go to Wal-Mart. If you you want good chicken, go to Hometown Market. I receive no compensation for this endorsement.

To your upper right is a scan of the flyer placed in the Rittman edition of The Post. Comes with a coupon for a free pound of bacon with a $15.00 purchase. Also the Hometown Market circular is part of the inserts now placed in the Rittman paper. Obviously, they want the business that the IGA left behind when they gave up on Rittman.

If you are in Rittman or Wadsworth or other points close by, give the good folks at the Hometown Market a visit. The store has a deli and a bakery, and they run some pretty good specials. If you haven't yet gotten your turkey for the coming holiday, stop on by and check out their special on Honeysuckle White turkeys.

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