$0.99/lb green seedless grapes
$0.99 Pictsweet frozen veggies (including deluxe)
$2.99 Boca burgers
$1.00 Shop Rite pitas
$1.50 Dole classic romaine salad
Please respond to post to let me know where you shop so that I can work to look at sales for the majority of my followers. :-) There will be a poll shortly.
Saturday, June 30, 2012
Friday, June 29, 2012
Tomorrow, Saturday, June 30th is the day that flip flop lovers have been waiting for. Old Navy flip flops (the plain, solid color ones) are $1 for tomorrow only (limit 5 per customer). Get there early; the store will be crowded with other crazed shoppers.
Thursday, June 28, 2012
This week's sales were not that great, but definitely look for sale and coupon comparisons for next week's sales. July 4 sales are usually pretty decent, and based on the Shop Rite and Target circulars, there should be plenty of good deals next week.
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
I have Cooking Light magazine delivered to my house every month (thanks to Matt- I got it as a birthday present last year). The magazine often features low calorie versions of popular foods, such as mac and cheese and burgers in addition to some more high brow fare (salads with veggies and nuts for example, lot of fish recipes, and they really seem to love gruyere cheese). The magazine usually has 20-30 recipes in it, of which 1-5 are vegetarian (because, let's face it, most people eat meat). As most of you know, Matt is a vegetarian, so we usually eat vegetarian fare because it doesn't make sense to cook two separate dinners (although you can bet that I eat meat most of the times that we go out to eat!).
I clipped a recipe for vegetable and rice burritos with quesadilla cheese out of May 2012's Cooking Light, and we ate it for dinner this evening. The recipe isn't really classic Mexican- closer to what you would get if you ordered a veggie burrito in a pub, but it was still really good. I added some chili powder, cayenne pepper, and cumin to Matt's (because he prefers spicy food), but made mine without. Also, we substituted brown rice for white rice and sharp cheddar for quesadilla cheese (because that's what we had in the house). The meal can be made for under $15 and if paired with a hearty salad can easily be a light summer dinner (each burrito is about 380 cal).
Monday, June 25, 2012
Matt told me that he was always being told about how much people enjoy reading my comments, pictures, and links on FB and that I should start a blog, so here I am. I hope that this blog becomes a place where I can continue to share random things that I come across in addition to savings tips (what's on sale that matches up with coupons that were in recent papers or online), recipes, and local restaurant reviews. If you can think of anything else that I should include, please feel free to share. Thank you for coming, and enjoy the ride!