Friday, March 30, 2012

Weekly Totals

I went out to Aldi today to graba  few things we were out of, and actually ran across a couple really good deals while I was there:


I paid $28.02 for all of this!  The tortillas were marked down to $0.89 and $0.99 per pack so I grabbed some for the freezer, and the strawberries that were in the ad as $1.29 were actually $0.99 and they were HUGE and delicious, not small and overripe like the ones I had been finding, so I grabbed 3.


I had planned to hit the sales that ended this week at Kroger and Albertsons.  I had gathered my coupons and  made lists and everything, but I ended up seeing the doctor instead. That's ok, because I might would have ended up going over budget.

This trip together with my CVS & Tom Thumb trips from Monday, plus a nearly frivolous Aldi trip last Saturday for ice cream and supplies that was $19.xx brings my weekly total up to $63.76.   That's under budget for the week, again!  I haven't gotten these into my savings tracker spreadsheet yet to know a yearly update just yet, but I was already under budget for the year so this can only help!

I've been doing a lot of eating from my freezer and using what I had on hand, and not much bargain hunting with coupons this month, so my stocks have dwindled and it's time to pick it up. 

How did your shopping go this week?  Link Up below or leave a comment!


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*Expired* Hurry! 5 FREE Springtime Easy Readers For Kindle!

I just came across this 5 pack of Springtime Easy Readers for Kindle.

My daughter has read the puppies and kitties already and she LOVES them.  The pictures are sooooo much cuteness, too!

This won't be free for long!! No longer free.  In fact I've been catching a different one of her books for free every other day or so and by the time I get a chance to tell you about them they are no longer free, so don't wait!




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March Into April Giveaway Hop: Win A CopyKids Eat Fruits & Vegetables DVD + A $25 Whole Foods Gift Card!

LOOK:  Prize is Now DVD + $25 To Whole Foods!!!

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Welcome to the March Into April Giveaway Hop hosted by Planet Weidknecht and Going Crazy!! Wanna Go??!!

There are over 80 bloggers participating in this hop, and each is giving away prizes worth at least $20 on their blogs. After you enter my giveaway, be sure to scroll down past the rafflecopter and hop around to all the blogs on the list below to enter more awesome giveaways!



About The Product:

I was given the opportunity to review a DVD about healthy eating for children from Copy Kids.  The main idea of these videos is that kids love to watch other kids and do what other kids do.  We all know its true!  We've seen it happen a million times.  

Our toddlers imitate (and annoy the heck out of) their older siblings, our school aged children come home doing things that we would rather them not do that they've seen done on the playground, and for sure they act out in pretend play anything and everything they see on TV!

When I first heard about this DVD, I thought it was a brilliant idea!  They have filmed a wide variety of children while they were eating (and enjoying) fruits and vegetables.   You can see a clip from the video here.


My Review:

The children shown in this video are all between the ages of 1 & 4.  My girls are 2 and 5.  My 5 year old actually really loves her healthy foods, but the little one definitely is my more picky eater.

I decided to let her begin watching this while her older sister was at school.  I also decided to ease her into the idea by starting with something that I knew she enjoyed...strawberries!

What are you doing pointing that thing at me?

As the video progresses, each time the shot goes to a different child, their name is spoken.  My daughter was enjoying watching them.  The clips are short, and we watched the strawberry clip 3 times in a row, as she had asked for more strawberries and had not finished them.  By the end, she had learned most of the children's names, had picked out favorites, and became excited, saying their name when they reappeared on the screen.

When her sister got home, I still had some strawberries remaining in the fridge, so I put it back on and let them both watch it while they ate.  The older girl, whom I thought was a bit old for this (it is recommended for ages 6 mo-5 years, and she will be 6 in May) was actually mesmerized by it, too!  She knows how to work the remote, so while I intending to stop with the fruit they were eating (and I had on hand) she actually played a few more fruits and they sat and watched raspberries and bananas while they finished their strawberries.  

The next day she came home, and wanted an apple for a snack, and asked if they could "watch the babies eat the apples" while she ate her apple.  The younger one had eaten some crackers while we waited on the bus, but of course she quickly asked for an apple, also!

The next morning, I took a leap and went for the veggies.  I had some fresh carrots at home, and my 2 year old likes cooked carrots in soups and whatnot, but has never been a fan of raw carrots.  I decided not to give her a carrot when I started the clip, but I intended to hand it to her in the middle and see what happened, so I turned it on and set to work peeling a carrot quietly in the kitchen.

Before I could come over and hand it to her, she was at my feet saying "Can I have a carrot to eat, too?"

Here she is happily munching away.

She ate about half of this whole carrot, which is more raw carrot than she has ever eaten not slathered in ranch dressing, plus it was not long since breakfast, so I think she wasn't very hungry or she might have eaten more.

There are several more fruits and vegetables on the DVD (bell peppers, cucumbers, broccoli, tomatoes, avocado, blueberries, oranges, etc.) that I am very interested to see how my children respond to them, but I've not had them in the house, and my recent illness prevented a planned shopping trip to get them.  

So far, I've been quite pleased with how they have taken to the idea of eating more produce.  I have been trying to make more homemade "from scratch" foods around here instead of boxed convenience items, as well and include more fresh produce in our menu, so its good to know that I can buy it now and perhaps not have to fight with them quite so much to get them to eat it!  I do plan on playing this before dinner next time we have broccoli. ;)


The Giveaway:

Copy Kids would like to give a copy of this DVD along with a $25 Gift Card To Whole Foods away to one of my readers.  You must enter using the Rafflecopter form below.

The giveaway begins now and will end at Midnight EST on April 2.  At this time, I will choose a winner and email them.  They will have 48 hours to contact me.  I will then send their info over to the sponsor for prize fulfillment.

Don't forget to scroll down below the rafflecopter to see the huge list of other bloggers with prizes up for grabs!


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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Sunday Coupon Preview For 4/1 (WOW!!!)



WOW!  There have not been this many coupon inserts in one week since the beginning of the year!  I"m so excited!

There are supposed to be 2 Smartsource, 2 Redplum, and a P&G!

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$2 Restaurant.com Gift Certificates

There is a new code "BLOOM" that will get you a $25 Restaurant.com certificate for just $2!



Restaurant.com Weekly Promo Offer 300 x 250

Get yours HERE or you shop through EBATES and get 15% cash back.

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New Smuckers Coupon

Here's a great new coupon for Smuckers jams, jellies, or preserves:


$0.75 off one SMUCKER'S Jam, Jelly or Preserves

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Dishing It Up Recipe Hop: Chicken & Bows + Last Chance To Win 40lbs. Of Chicken

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Welcome to the March Dishing It Up Recipe Hop & Giveaway! Dishing It Up is brought to you by Dearly Domestic, Deals From MS Do, Eating With Mimi, Happy Lil Homemaker, Mama Does It All, Pary Moppins, Saving Myself Silly, and Thrifty Texas Penny.

 Over the last year, our hop has grown and we've implemented some changes to make it better for you.  Each month, we bring you recipes with a different theme and this month we're focusing on chicken. Chicken is a very versatile protein to cook with, so we're hoping to have a great variety of recipes linked up!

Earlier this year, we added a website and a Facebook page. This month, we also bring you our first giveaway and hope it's just the first of many! We are so excited to be holding our first giveaway and to be able to feature chicken from Zaycon Foods. One lucky winner will receive a Zaycon Foods account credit to be used on 40 pounds of chicken breasts.  Mama Does It All has had a chance to try these chicken breasts and she thinks they are wonderful!  She received them in order to complete a review and is now a loyal customer. You can read her full review here.

This giveaway starts on March 1 at 12:01 AM EST and ends on March 31 at 11:59 PM EST. There will be new recipes added each week, so be sure to keep up with us throughout the month and to linkup your own recipes as well!

This week the recipe I'll be sharing will be Chicken & Bows (Link is from a previous hop and the original post contains links to lots of pasta recipes, if you're interested!). 


You know how I like to batch cook, so this recipe makes enough for two meals.  One to eat, and one to freeze!  You could even double it, and eat one and freeze three!

Ingredients:
1 16oz package of bow tie pasta (I have used other shapes..no big deal)
2 lbs boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut into strips
1 cup chopped red bell pepper
1/2 cup butter
2 cans cream of chicken soup, undiluted
2 cups frozen peas
1 1/2 cups milk
1 tsp garlic powder
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper 
2/3 cup grated Parmesan cheese

Directions:
1) Cook pasta according to package directions.
2)  Meanwhile, cook chicken and red peppers in butter over medium heat 5-6 minutes or until chicken juices run clear.
3)  Stir in the soup, peas, milk, and seasonings.  Bring to a boil.  Reduce heat and simmer 1-2 minutes until sauce is heated through.
4)  Stir in Parmesan cheese.
5)  Stir in pasta and toss to coat with sauce.

Serve half immediately, and place the rest into a freezer container.  Cover and freeze up to 3 months. 





Use the Rafflecopter form below to enter to win 40lbs of Zaycon Chicken:


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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

The Rest Of Your Coupon Match-Ups For The Week

You may have noticed that my grocery deal posts were not posted bright and early this morning as usual.

Yesterday, after I returned from the doctor, I posted on facebook that I had strep and a severe ear infection that has since ruptured.  I've been in quite a lot of pain from that all day and it's been a bit hard to focus.  I've posted my local stores that no coupons are needed, but I didn't want to leave you without the national chains.

Instead of trying to post them myself, I'm going to link you over to the pages of some trusted friends.  This helps you and helps them as well, so if you are needing to shop at one of these stores, please hop over and check out the deals!


For Albertsons deals, please visit Practically Virtuous.

For Kroger deals, please visit Mama Does It All.

For Tom Thumb deals, please visit  Thrifty Texan.

And here are a couple more stores that I do not usually post because I do not have in my area, but if you have them and would like to see them regularly, leave me a comment!

For Brookshire's deals, please visit Pary Moppins.

For Super 1 deals, please visit Thrifty Texas Penny

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Fiesta Deals 3/28-4/3




Here are the best prices I see advertised at Fiesta this week:


Meat:


Chicken Leg Quarters  $0.59/lb   (limit 2 jumbo bags with $10 purchase)

Shark Steaks  $1.79/lb


Produce:


Apples (select varieties)  5 for $1

Navel Oranges  8 for $1

Bulk Garlic  $0.99/lb

Cucumbers  3 for $1

Green Onions  $0.39 each

Lemons  5 for $1


Other:


Pinto Beans 2lb bag.  $0.99 each (limit 2)

Lentils  1lb. bag  $0.88 each

Rice 2lb. bag  $0.79 each

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El Rancho Deals 3/28-4/3



Here are the best prices I see advertised at El Rancho this week:



Meat:


Chicken Drumsticks  $0.58/lb

Tilapia Fillets  $2.47/lb



Produce:


Roma Tomatoes   3 lbs. for $1

Jalapeno Peppers  4 lbs. for $1

Russet Potatoes  $1.77 for a 10 lb. bag

Avocados 3 for $1

White Onions  3 lbs. for $1

Cucumber  4 for $0.99

Cilantro  4 for $0.99

Limes  8 for $0.99

Ataulfo Mangoes  3 for $0.99

Apples (red or golden delicious)  5 for $0.99

Oranges  8 for $0.99



Other:


Starkist Tuna   2 for $1  (limit 6 with $10 purchase)

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El Rio Grande Deals 3/28-4/3

Here are the best prices I see advertised at El Rio Grande this week:


Meat:


Beef Tip Steak   $2.49/lb

Whole Pork Leg  $1.00/lb

Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast  $1.29/lb


Produce:


Pineapple  $0.89 each

Jalapeno Peppers  3lbs for $1

Yellow Onions  6lbs for $1

Poblano Peppers  $0.79/lb

Small Oranges  7lbs for $1

Cantaloupe  $1.50

Cilantro  4 for $1

Cucumbers  3 for $1

Yams  $0.59/lb

Red Potatoes  $0.59/lb

Key Limes  30 for $1

Green Beans  $0.69/lb

Pears  4 for $1


Other:


Sugar 4lb.  $1.88

Flour  5lb.  $0.99

Starkist Tuna  2 for $1  (limit 2 with $10 purchase)

Lentils  1lb.  $0.79

Zatarains Fish Fry  $0.99 each

Parade 24 oz. ketchup  $0.79 each

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Shoe Carnival Coupon

Here's a new coupon just in time for all of your spring shoe needs!





Shop the latest styles this spring at Shoe Carnival!
Spring styles and deals for the entire family at Shoe Carnival
The Spring looks you’ve been waiting for are at Shoe Carnival.
The coolest Spring looks. The hottest deals. Only at Shoe Carnival. Get the best deals on spring looks at Shoe Carnival.
Step up your Spring look with great styles & deals at Shoe Carnival.

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Aldi Deals 3/38-4/3




Here are the best prices I see advertised at Aldi:


Oranges   $1.29 for 4 lb. bag

Strawberries  $1.29 for 1 lb. package

Cantaloupe  $0.69 each

Little Salad Bar Garden Salad  $0.49 each

Russet Potatoes  $1.69 for 10lb. bag.  (that's about $0.17 per lb.!)

Sweet Potatoes  $0.33 per lb. sold in 3lb. bags for $0.99 each   (oh boy!  My husband has been begging me to make some more sweet potato chips!)


Eggs $0.89/dozen  (I'm still working through the 9 dozen my uncle brought up from his chickens!)

Cream Cheese  $0.99

Sour Cream  $0.99

Crescent Rolls  $0.99

Butter Quarters  $1.99

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Online Egg Hunt At Women Freebies. Win Gift Cards

I wanted to remind you again about the online egg hunt going on at Woman Freebies.



As of right now they have 86 left to find for today, so you've got a good chance!

If you haven't registered with Woman Freebies yet, go here.

I love the freebie newsletter they send out, by the way!

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WOW! High Value Huggies Coupon

Here's a brand new coupon for Huggies Slip On Diapers!


$3.00 off TWO HUGGIES Little Movers Slip-On


I used these for my skinny little daughter when she was potty training because regular Pull-Ups didn't come in her size.  She never made it past size 3!

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Monday, March 26, 2012

Synovate Global Opinion Panel Open Again & Looking For Participants

One of the very easy online money making tactics that I've let fall by the wayside lately is taking online surveys.

They are very enjoyable, and while you won't get rich, you can earn some extra spending money and often get free products to test.

One of the leading online survey companies is looking for participants again.  I've both gotten pain by this site and gotten free products to test and keep (usually a toiletry of some sort, but that's one less thing to buy!)

Click the image below to sign up!

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Tom Thumb Trip 3/26--Saved 76%

After CVS, I went over to Tom Thumb.   There were a couple of freebies there are coupon this week, and I brought a few other coupons along just to check their prices in store.  I found several surprise deals, so I'm pretty pleased with my trip.

Here's everything I came home with:



Total Shelf Price:  $55.40
Total Sale Price:   $39.24
Price Paid After Coupons:   $13.34   76% Savings

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CVS Trip 3/26--Saved 93%

Last night I sat down and pulled out coupons to shop at 4 different stores.  I went to two today, and plan on hitting the other two tomorrow morning (had to wait until payday!)

My first stop today was at CVS.  I went in with $15 in ECBs to spend.  I was able to stock up on Easter candy, as well as some food items we were running low on.

Here's what I got:



Shelf Price:  $34.89
Sale Price:  $22.99  (Already 34 % Savings)
Price Paid After Coupons and ECBs:  $2.40  93% Savings    And I got back $7.99 in ECBs.


The scanner machine gave me a $0.25 off two of the small eggs that are $1 for 2 and FREE after ECBs, and I used $1/2 coupons so I got them for much better than free!

I think that should be enough candy for my little ones for Easter....if only I can hide those Reese's eggs from myself and my husband.  *Shhhhh, they're in the Easter baskets on the top shelf of the closet*  And I only ate 1.   ;)

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New Philadelphia Cooking Creme Coupon + Kroger Deal

This coupon is available to print this morning:


$0.55 off PHILADELPHIA Reduced Fat Cooking Creme


If the reduced fat version is included, these are part of the Mega Sale at Kroger this week, and are just $1.99 wyb 10 participating items, so it would cost only $1.44 after coupon.

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Friday, March 23, 2012

High Value Reynolds Coupon!

Wow!  Here is yet another high value coupon that just appeared today!


$1.50 off one package of Reynolds Wrap Foil

Coupon does exclude smaller sized packages.

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New Nivea Coupon = FREE At Tom Thumb!

There is a brand new Nivea Lip coupon available:

$1.00 off any (1) NIVEA Lip Care product

This is my favorite lip balm, and I'm so excited that this coupon goes right along with a sale at Tom Thumb:



This week, they are just $0.99 each, so this coupon will make them FREE!


Don't forget to pick up your FREE Carefree while you're there!

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Sunday Coupon Preview 3/25




This week there will be two coupon inserts, and Smartsource and a Redplum.

Looks like some pretty great coupons!  Check out the details here.

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Rare Hormel Ham Coupon

Here's a great rare coupon for Hormel ham.  If you need it, print it now!  These would also be great to snag after Easter markdowns!


$2.00 off HORMEL CURE 81 Boneless Ham

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Another Great Easter Basket Coupon!

My daughters LOVE lip balm!  Chapstick, blistex, carmex..you name it.  Even my "expensive" Nivea stuff.

Here's an easy way to let them have their own, and save!


$1.00 off MAYBELLINE NEW YORK BABY LIPS™ LIP BALM

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Thursday, March 22, 2012

More New Coupons: Stayfree & OB

I posted the Carefree coupon earlier, and told how you could get them for FREE at Tom Thumb, but there are a  couple new additions I thought I would share, in case pantyliners are not your feminine hygiene item of choice. ;)



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Aldi Trips After No Shopping Last Week

I'm trying very hard to keep tabs on my spending each week through out the year, and being away last week has thrown me off.

On Saturday, after we got back, I made a quick run to Aldi to stock back up on fresh foods.  They had some amazing produce prices, and since we were down to just a few apples, I went crazy!  Well, not too crazy, but I did end up spending $41.53, but that included toilet paper and a few snack items.

Apparently between then and today, when I had to return because I was out of milk, I also got amnesia.   I seriously had no recollection of purchasing half the things I did saturday....like raisins....so those things were on my list again today, when I returned and spent another $34.82.


I got more flour and sugar, as well as peanut butter (which, wasn't it just $1.49 last time I bought it???  Now its $2.29???) and I stocked up on some tortillas because I'm going to be making some freezer breakfast burritos with some of those eggs my aunt and uncle brought up.  And you can see that I grabbed 4 boxes of their Herb flavor stuffing.   I couldn't resist.   It is my absolute favorite stuffing, and it's a "seasonal item" which means they only stock it during Easter and Christmas.  I couldn't bear to miss out. ;)

I also came across post St. Patricks clearance, and nabbed some green sugar sprinkles for decorating marked down to just $0.19!

I spent a total of $76.35 spent at Aldi this week, which is *just* over my weekly budget, but I think my lack of spending last week more than makes up for it when I take the yearly average.

Last week, I spent $6.81 at CVS, and then there were a few random expenditures while in New Orleans, including Snow Balls and Beignets...necessities, really!  ;).

This is the 12th week of the year and I've spent $795.08 so far, and that is an average of just $66.26 per week, so I've been staying well under budget!

Plus, I still have $40 of this month's cash left and payday isn't until Tuesday, so I just may hit some of the grocery stores with some coupons and see what I can do.  I haven't really done much coupon shopping AT ALL this month, and my stockpile is dwindling quickly.   I think I may have used a total of 5!  LOL.  But hey, don't we all have months like that?

I'd love to know about any deals you scored this week.  Link them up below or leave a comment.

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New Carefree Coupon = FREE At Tom Thumb

There is a brand new coupon out for $0.50 off any Carefree:


$0.50 off any CAREFREE product

This week the 20-22ct. are just $0.99 at Tom Thumb.  They will double one like coupon of this value, so you can get a free pack this week.  If you choose to use more, they will redeem at face value, so you pay just $0.49 each after the first one (which is FREE).

You can also use the $1/1 from Sunday's paper to score a free pack during this sale!

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Dishing It Up Recipe Hop: Chicken Pot Pie & Win 40lbs. Of Chicken

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Welcome to the March Dishing It Up Recipe Hop & Giveaway! Dishing It Up is brought to you by Dearly Domestic, Deals From MS Do, Eating With Mimi, Happy Lil Homemaker, Mama Does It All, Pary Moppins, Saving Myself Silly, and Thrifty Texas Penny.

 Over the last year, our hop has grown and we've implemented some changes to make it better for you.  Each month, we bring you recipes with a different theme and this month we're focusing on chicken. Chicken is a very versatile protein to cook with, so we're hoping to have a great variety of recipes linked up!

Earlier this year, we added a website and a Facebook page. This month, we also bring you our first giveaway and hope it's just the first of many! We are so excited to be holding our first giveaway and to be able to feature chicken from Zaycon Foods. One lucky winner will receive a Zaycon Foods account credit to be used on 40 pounds of chicken breasts.  Mama Does It All has had a chance to try these chicken breasts and she thinks they are wonderful!  She received them in order to complete a review and is now a loyal customer. You can read her full review here.

This giveaway starts on March 1 at 12:01 AM EST and ends on March 31 at 11:59 PM EST. There will be new recipes added each week, so be sure to keep up with us throughout the month and to linkup your own recipes as well!

This week the recipe I'll be sharing will be Chicken Pot Pie  (<--- that's my original post. Click through for the recipe. ).


The Filling.


Ready To Bake.



I Always Make This In Batches To Freeze Some.





Use the Rafflecopter form below to enter to win 40lbs of Zaycon Chicken:


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New Crayola Coupons Just In Time For Easter

Here are a couple of new Crayola product coupons.  Things like this make great non-candy Easter basket stuffers!

$1.00 off on any My First Crayola™ product

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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Herb Garden Update + Getting Started With Vegetables

I wanted to give you guys an update on how my herb garden is growing.

If you recall I planted two pots each of basil, thyme, oregano, and cilantro.

Some pots it is hard to tell from the picture, but at least something has sprouted in each one.



My next steps will be moving these sprouts into larger more permanent pot homes.

Don't forget about my giveaway for the Growing Culinary Herbs E-book.  It ends tonight and has VERY low entries, plus I have 10 copies to giveaway so your chances of winning are very good!


I have since planted seeds of several vegetables:  tomatoes, corn, okra, peas, green beans, cucumbers, some hot peppers for my husband, and some melons.   I'm waiting on those to sprout so that I can move them to bigger containers or put them in the ground.

I've already got some potatoes growing, as well as some pumpkin, green onion, and garlic that actually sprouted in my compost pile and I moved them to pots, and a rosemary that is still going strong from last year.

I'm very excited about my garden this year.  The only other thing that I'd like is bell peppers, and I think I will purchase some plants instead of starting those from seeds, just because I was out of seeds.  I may also buy some strawberry plants.


What are you growing this year?

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Albertsons Deals 3/21-3/27



Here are the best prices I see advertised at Albertsons this week:


Meat:


Chicken Drumsticks or Whole Fryers   $0.79/lb  (limit 3)

Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast  $1.69/lb

Split Chicken Breast  $0.99/lb.

HoneySuckle White Bone-In Turkey Breast (frozen)  $0.98/lb.  Limit 2

Catfish Nuggets  $0.98/lb.  Sold frozen in 15 lb. boxes for $14.70 each.  Limit 2 boxes.


Produce:


Green Seedless Grapes  $0.99/lb

Iceburg Lettuce  $0.99

Broccoli Crowns  $0.99/lb

Cucumbers  $0.69 each

Lemons or Limes 4 for $1.00


With In-Ad Coupon:


Fresh Asparagus  $1.49 each bunch (limit 3)

Mezzetta Peppers  $0.99 each (limit 3)

Post Honey Bunches Of Oats  $1.99  (limit 6)

  • Use $1.00/1 from 2/26 SS *if* Fruit Blends are included


Kraft Salad Dressing 8oz (small bottle)  $0.99 (limit 6)


Other:


Skinner Pasta  $0.59 each (limit 4)

Dawn Liquid Dish Detergent 9oz.  $1.00

  • There are a few home mailers that contain Dawn coupons out right now.


Dannon Yogurt  $1.99


General Mills/Kellogg's  $1.88 Sale (limit 15 items)


All items listed are just $1.88 each.  There are too many coupons to list, but depending on what you need, coupons can be found in:  3/11SS, 3/11 RP, 3/4 RP, 2/26 SS, 2/5 GM, 1/8 GM.

General Mills Cereals--Cheerios (regular, chocolate, banana nut, apple cinnamon, frosted) Fiber One

Kellogg's Cereals--fruit loops, apple jacks, corn pops, rice krispies

Pop Tarts

Rice krispies Treats

Betty Crocker/Kellogg's/Ocean Spray Fruit Snacks

BC Twin Pack potatoes

BC Twin Pack Hamburger Helper

Nature Valley Granola Bars

Fiber One Bars

Yoplait Yogurt

Grands Biscuits

Pillsbury Egg Scramblers, Scramblers, Toaster Strudel

Pillsbury Crescent Rolls/Sweet Rolls

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Tom Thumb Deals 3/21-3/27



Here are the best prices I see advertised at Tom Thumb This week:


Meat:


Chicken Leg Quarters   $0.59/lb  sold in 10 lb. bags for $5.90


Produce:


Green Grapes  $1.28/lb

Zucchini/Yellow Squash  $0.99/lb

Cucumbers  $0.79 each

Kiwi   3 for $1

Baby Carrots  1lb.  $0.99


Other:


Francesco Rinaldi Pasta Sauce   $0.99

Pantiliners:  Always 20 ct. or Carefree 20-22ct.  $0.99

  • Use $1.00/1 Carefree from 3/18 SS = FREE
Halls Cough Drops   $0.99
  • Use $1/2 from 2/5 SS =  $0.49 each wyb 2

Tom Thumb is having a Mega Sale this week also.  Buy 8 or more products and you get $0.50 off each one, no limit, no making sure you have multiples of 8.

I've loved when they've had these sales in the past, but there are only a few items listed in the ad for it, and none are really of interest.  I imagine there are a lot more participating items in store, and I will try to make a trip before the end of the week and report back.

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Kroger Deals 3/21-3/27



Here are the best prices I see advertised at Kroger this week:

Meat:


Boneless Top Sirloin   $2.99/lb

Split Chicken Breasts or Drumsticks   $0.99/lb


Produce:


Texas Sweet Onions  $0.48/lb

Asparagus  $1.77/lb


Other:


Powerade 32. oz   $0.59

Ragu Pasta Sauce  $0.99

V8 Or V8 Fusion  $1.99





Mega Event:  *Buy 10 Save $5*


Dannon Yogurt  $1.49 each *

Sunny D  $0.99 each*

Country Crock 15 oz.  $0.99 each *

Bumble Bee Tuna  $0.79 each *

Kettle Chips  $2.49 each*

  • Use $1/1 from 2/26 SS or 3/18 RP


Fuze  $0.79 each *

Kraft Fresh Take  $1.99 each*

  • Use $1/1 from 2/26 SS


Philadelphia Cooking Creme  $1.99 each*

  • Use $0.55/1 from 2/26 SS


Hormel Pepperoni  $2.49 each*

Skintimate or Edge Shave Gel  $1.49 each*

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$0.30/1 Haribo Coupon Is Back!

This coupon just keeps appearing, and I love it (well my husband does! LOL).  I've been able to get FREE or nearly FREE his favorite gummy bears with it.

And, it's back!


$0.30 off 4 oz. or larger HARIBO product

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Fiesta Deals 3/21-3/27



Here are the best prices I see advertised at Fiesta this week:


Meat:


Fryer Drumsticks   $0.79/lb  (Limit 2 jumbo bags with $10 purchase)

Shark Steaks  $1.79/lb


Produce:


Mexican Squash (Calabacita)  $0.49/lb

Jicama  $0.49/lb  (what do you do with this??)

Jalapeno  $0.49/lb

Garlic  $0.99/lb

Cilantro  4 for $1

Tomatillos  $0.69/lb

Yellow Onions  $0.39/lb

Green Cabbage  3 lbs. for $1

Bunch Spinach  $0.99 each

Broccoli Crowns  $0.99/lb.

Red, Golden, Gala Apples  4 for $1

Lemons  5 for $1

Navel Oranges  6 for $1

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El Rancho Deals 3/21-3/27



Here are the best prices I see advertised this week at El Rancho:


Meat:


Chicken Drumsticks  $0.69/lb

Pork Chops  $1.00/lb

Extra Large Head On Shrimp  $3.47/lb


Produce:


Roma Tomatoes  3lbs. for $1

Oranges  20 for $1

Avocados  5 for $1

White Onions  3 lbs. for $1

Tomatillos  $0.58/lb

Head Lettuce  $0.69 each

Cucumbers  3 for $0.98

Green Bell Peppers   3 for $1

Gala Or Golden Delicious Apples 4 for $1


Other:


Parade Tomato Sauce  8 for $0.88   (Limit 8 with $10 additional purchase)

1lb bag dry Pinto Beans  $0.77

4lb. bag Rice  $2.00

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El Rio Grande Deals 3/21-3/27

Here are the best prices I see advertised at El Rio Grande this week:


Meat:


Split Chicken Breast   $0.59/lb

Pork Stew Meat  $1.29/lb

Pollock Fillet  $1.19/lb  (not our favorite fish to eat, but a very good price for fish)

Ground Beef 70% Lean  $1.69/lb

*Wed Only*  Chicken Leg Quarters  $0.59/lb  *Wed Only*


Produce:


Yellow Onions  6lbs. for $1.00

Green Cabbage   5 lbs. for $1.00

Poblano Peppers  2 lbs. for $1.00

Small Oranges  7 for $1.00

Jalapenos  2 lbs. for $1.00

Kiwi  4 for $1.00

Cilantro  4 for $1.00

Green Beans  $0.69/lb

Grapefruit  3 for $1

Small Red Apple  4 for $1

Mexican Squash  $0.69/lb

Tomatillos  $0.79/lb

Green Onions   2 for $1

*Thurs. Only*   Pineaplle   $0.89   *Thurs. Only*


Other:


Charmin basic 12 double roll or Bounty Basic 8 roll   $3.99

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Aldi Deals 3/21-3/27



Here are the prices advertised at Aldi this week:



Meat Special Buy:


Split Chicken Breasts   $0.89/lb  
(Note:  The ad always says limited supply, but my store hardly ever runs out on Wednesday --your store very well may if its the only Aldi in town though!  Once when I shopped on Monday I found the meat specials buys that had not sold yet marked down, so that's something to look for.)

Produce:


Strawberries  $1.19 per 1 lb. pack  (Yay! for strawberry season!)

Cantaloupe    $0.69 each

Green Grapes  $0.79/lb sold in 2lb. packs for $1.58

California Navel Oranges  $1.29 for 4 lb. bag

Pineapple  $0.99 each

Pears  $0.50/lb. sold in 2 lb bags for $0.99 each.


Other:


Milk   $1.99   (that's down from $2.19 just last Saturday)

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