In Response to Re: Finding a GREAT bargain in the grocery store.:
GRANA here not too many bargains these days!; Last week ek a fulintof lovelyFloridastrawberris was$2 I found a 4pk of yogutt cups for.89 & afull pint f plain Greek yourt (like sour cream(0 reg$2.69wasonly $1.50 This week 8OZ CUPS OFVANILA OGURT WERE 3/$1 Using my $.25 cent COUPONS thenet price as 9 cents a cupe;used for high protein snax,desserts& cottagecheese 7 fruit toping hey are a REALBARGAIN @ that price This week 6 thick slices9 1/2#nyfor$.89; hubby enjyd the thickeslice w/cheesel l&t t on tonight's sandwich hubby found a pkgof sliced ptobelo mushrooms f or 1.49; just what I wanted for Sunday' evennings's marinated sirioin steak tips served w/ /onion & mushrom saute, w/ steamefresh asparagus bought last week for$2.04 # I defrosted 1/2#USDA CHOICE sirloin steak tips earlier this month for$2.21pkg we didn'treaizewhata good deallastwek's spongecakeshells@ $.99 wereuntilthisweek theyare2/$3 With berries lower in price &better qualiyty now songecakeshells are no longer a luxury; They are a mus thavefor berry shortcake A 5# sack of redskin APpoytatoes@ $2.99 is notabargain butis a welcome good price;potato salad, potato casseroles; homemade baked potato chips are ll a better value w/that 'bargain" Dried chives(in the spice aisle areusually $.89 & $1 at 2 nearby stores, Our loca grocery store is alsonow carrying $.99 spices but is charging $3.99 a botle of chives I wanted somefor topping baked potatos w/ yougurt chive; toasted wholgrain bagel w/cottagecheeseand foradding colort 7 flavorto creamy white soups: fish chowder, potato oups, now ofonlyfindingthem for early$4 bottle.I'll haveto keep callingaroundto stores hat carryspices at "OFF PRICES"Our grocerystoreis nowcarryingmanyspices7 herbs in jars for$.99 butno chives; no smaller bottles either.Hubbysuggested we buy fresh chives; slice& dry them ourdelves. I suggested he buy adehydrater before buying fresh chives @ $2 bunch;'nuff said no more homemadechive talk!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted by ann h
Hi Ann, our discount store here "Marc's" sells potted herbs in the produce department do any of your stores? You can't get fresher than this and you can leave them grow and have fresh herbs all year.I have to buy new ones used them all over the winter.A dream of mine is to have a garden window where I could have them year round.