Saturday, February 26, 2011


Wow it has sure been cold the last couple of days.. I never mind the cold as long as the sun is out.. Got some painting done at Kimberlys new place and then picked up some storage bins and got her old place all organized . Want to thank Breanne for helping Kimberly to clean her old place and see you guys on Sunday for the big move...
SunRype asssorted 4 pack juice 4 for $5.00
Fresh whole frying chicken $3.49 lb
Chicken Drumsticks $1.99 lb
Chicken Thighs $2.39lb
Whole chipotle flavoured chicken $8.99 each
Family Pack Bread 3pack $2.99
Cash lot Sale for your canned good.
Olive oil buy 1 get 1 free $8.99 each
Campbells soup $4.99 a case of 12
Chick Peas buy 1 get 1 free
Red Seedless grapes $1.69 lb
Boneless Chicken Breast $2.99 lb
Tomatoes on a vine $1.99 lb
Heinz Alphagetti and beans 5 for $4.00
Pork Spareribs $2.49 lb
Heinz Baby Food 30% off
Tex Mex shredded cheese $6.99
Vim products 2 for $5.00
Apples $.99 lb
Artisan Sour dough bread $1.89

Just a reminder about Safeway how they have 10% off of your grocery bills the 1st Tuesday of the month so that would be this Tuesday

Seedless Oranges $.57 lb
Post cereals $2.00
Chef Boyardee Pasta $1.00
Purex double roll bathroo tissue $10.00 pack
Cucmbers a pack of three $1.47
Avocados $.77
Cantelope $1.97 each
Brocolli $1.27 each
Cherry Tomatoes $1.47 for 12oz bag
Fresh cored Pineapple $3.97 each
Sweet Potatoes Spears $3.00 bag
Bolthouse Farms dressing. $3.00 bottle (I like these)
Boltouse juices $3.
Paper Towels $4.98
Heinz Ketchup 1.5 litre $4.00

This will be your last Saturday Shopping for a couple of weeks as we will not be in town so you are on your own.. I have all the faith in the world that you can do this on your own... On your shopping day just grab a flyer on your way into the store... By now you should all have a pretty good idea of what is a deal ....When you shop at Walmart they will have all the flyers for each of the stores for you to compare..

I know how much you like Pumpkin Andrea so this is why I posted this recipe for you...



1 cup butter
2 cups sugar
4 eggs
2 cups pumpkin puree (I LOVE E.D. Smith's)
1 tbs vanilla
3 cups flour
1/2 tsp salt
2 tsp baking soda
2 tbsp pumpkin pie spice

Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
Cream butter and sugar until fluffy.
Add eggs and beat.
Add 2 cups pumpkin and beat until well mixed.
Add vanilla and beat.
In a separate bowl whisk remaining dry ingredients.
Add to wet ingredients and mix until well combined (But do not over beat)
Pour into greased loaf pans.
Bake for 50-60 minutes checking after 50 minutes.

Yields: Two regular loaves or eight mini loaves

How about topping them with pumpkin seeds. If you choose to be sure to add them before baking.
You can substitute three large very ripe bananas for the pumpkin to make banana bread.
Wrapped in plastic wrap it stays moist longer than wax paper

Not sure what we are up to today but as long as the sun keeps shining I will be happy. No hotrod drive today to much salt on the roads

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