This may come across as a bit off.....but I've been wondering.........why are chicken wings per pound going for twice as much as any other part of the bird? I can buy a 5lb package of thighs for $5. Drumsticks for bout the same...maybe less depending. Breast meat generally is skinless, and around $2.98 per pound if not more. Best I've seen wings in a package deal is $9.98 for a 4.5lb package. What's up with buying more bone per pound? I'd just like to know your take on this. Are chicken wings really worth the price per pound, or is it more of a demand thing? Pound for pound, chicken wings are still cheaper than gold....but for how long? LOL!
I'm currently working for an outfit that makes marinades and sauces for chicken if that tells you anything.