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Ideas are meant to be stolen. You could perhaps try a Bacon Explosion?  (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bacon_Explosion)
Seems to me like that's the best price available out there, in fact even 25lbs bags are typically over $50... if anyone has a better source let me know. 
Back to the topic, I suppose you could buy any old empty spray bottle and fill it with your preferred oil? 
It's to mop up all the delicious wine sauce!! It's a classic way to present the dish: a piece of toast divided in two in diagonal so you have triangle pieces of toast, dip a tip in the sauce and then parsley. You can totally skip it if you don't feel like bread. 
 1) [optional*] The day before: cut your chicken in pieces and marinate in (1 bottle red wine - burgundy or pinot noir if possible, carrots, onions, shallots, garlic, thyme, bay leave, black pepper and a sip of cognac).2) Day of: Discard herbs and spices, drain the chicken, drain the veggies and reserve the liquid. 3) Brown the chicken in oil or oil+butter. 4) Reserve chicken and sweat the veggies. 5) Add the chicken to the veggies and 2 Tbsp flour, cook for a few mn to...
Do you believe that none of the food you can purchase can be bad for your health, since it's being sold in the first place?  Here's some reading if you want to research the issue: http://sciencenordic.com/chemical-cocktail-foods-increase-cancer-risk
Have you heard of the cocktail effect? When you add up all those small amounts of chemicals which, if ingested in isolation, wouldn't kill you, you are triggering additive and/or synergistic effect that may well make you sick or even kill you. 
Anyone knows of a good source to buy organic Jasmine rice (up to 10 lbs at a time) online or near Los Angeles? The best I've found so far is $2/lbs:    http://www.amazon.com/Village-Harvest-Organic-Jasmine-16-Ounce/dp/B004T7P69A/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top?ie=UTF8
Very useful. I was dreading cooking that chicken because of the issue, fearing it would be tough. Now I'm thinking that between a day or two of defrosting and a day or two of marinating in red wine, the bird should be fine. 
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