Monday, May 31, 2010

Feeling lucky?

I have always been a fan of entering sweeps, giveaways, you name it. I enter to win cakes from bakeries, trips from the grocery stores and one of the easiest ways to enter is right from the comfort of my own home. I heart online sweeps and giveaways. So many wonderful blogs and websites host sweeps and giveaways daily. I always like to share my favorites with friends, relatives and you guys.

 is hosting a giveaway for a chance to win a CuteSip stainless steel sippy cup with lid. Giveaway ends June 4. Another awesome giveaway here is for one quart of Tropical Traditions Coconut oil. This giveaway ends June 2. Ending June 4 is a giveaway for a Dei Fratelli Prize Package that will include Two Jars of Salsa & Two Jars of Pasta Sauce. Another awesome giveaway here is for a Mixed case of Half & Half and Pomegranate Blue Honest Tea. This giveaway ends June 10. She is also hosting a giveaway for an Exergen Temporal Scanner. This giveaway ends June 11. Go test your luck (giveaways galore!) !

 Wholesome Mommy is giving away a box of assorted Late July Goodies. This giveaway ends June 5.  Also being given away is Vermont Village applesauce. 4 packs of each flavor pack (4 oz cups) in the following flavors: Unsweetened, Cinnamon, Peach, Strawberry Banana, Mixed Berry, and Tropical Mango. This giveaway ends  June 5. Wholesome Mommy is also giving away a Robby Ball for your laundry! These are so cool.  Giveaway ends June 5. Good luck!

The Weil Baby Blog is giving away essential oils this week! Here's the details: This week’s give-away is for a bottle of sacha aroma mister. Use this as a body mist or hair freshener, or spritz around your room to infuse a fresh, clean feeling and clear your space. Giveaway ends today. May 31 so hurry!

Sunday, May 30, 2010

How does your garden grow? Part 12: Update on the wintered over Geraniums.

Look at my babies! See how they have grown?! :) I wanted to show you how great sticking them down the basement all winter works. They seriously look dead and then ta da! Now they are thriving. Pretty soon they will have loads of blossoms. The one on the left has white blooms already. Want to see the before picture?

I didn't take a picture of my begonia (number 1 pot) as it is being a little shy this year. He'll come out of his shell in no time. Isn't this cool? It saves me lots of money each summer.You should try this too. Learn how here.

Saturday, May 29, 2010

Piggly Wiggly deals 5/26 - 6/1.

I have no idea why this didn't post this weekend while I was away. So sorry! I had two posts scheduled and they both didn't post. Hmm.

These prices apply to Piggly Wiggly stores in the Midwest. See if your store is included here. Don't forget to print out your Online Exclusive Coupons. This week's coupons (for my area) are for $1.49, 13-14.4 oz. package Food Club Graham Crackers or $0.49 10 oz. Food Club Marshmallows. You can use this coupon when you spend $10. Since these are Pig coupons you can stack them with mfr. coupons too. My Piggly Wiggly accepts IP (Internet Print) coupons up to $2.50. Yours may vary.

Piggly Wiggly is having a huge Kraft promotion going on right now. Too bad we can't pair the Kraft coupons with mfr. coupons. It looks like they are in store coupons, but rumor has it they aren't. You can try, But my guess is that it won't work. So plan accordingly. The sales are good enough without stacking, though, so I'm happy.

~ Kraft Dressing 14 to 16 oz. - $0.99. When you buy 2.

~ Kraft Miracle Whip 30 oz. jar (regular, light or fat free) - $0.99. When you buy 2. Catalina deal runs 5/21 – 6/13/10:

          Purchase three (3) Kraft Salad Dressings, Receive $2 OYNO
          Purchase four (4) Kraft Salad Dressings, Receive $3 OYNO
          Purchase five or more (5+) Kraft Salad Dressings, Receive $4 OYNO

~ Oscar Mayer Weiners 16 oz. (excludes beef) - $0.99. When you buy 2 with coupon.

~ Kraft American Singles 12 oz. - $0.99. When you buy 2 with coupon.

~ Nabisco Snack Crackers 5.5 to 10 oz. (select varieties) - $1.49 with coupon.

~ Capri Sun Drinks 10 count (select varieties) - $1.49. When you buy 2 with coupon. 

~ Nabisco Oreo Sandwich Cookies 9.6 to 18 oz. package (excludes limited edition flavors) - $1.69 When you buy 2 with coupon.

~ Kraft Shredded or Chunk Cheese 5 to 8 oz. (select varieties) - $1.49 When you buy 3 with coupon.

Other great deals this week are:

Cool Whip Frozen Whipped Topping - $0.99 Catalina deal runs 5/21 – 7/4/10:
Purchase three (3) Kraft Cool Whip, Receive $1 OYNO
Purchase four (4) Kraft Cool Whip, Receive $2 OYNO
Purchase five or more (5+) Kraft Cool Whip, Receive $3 OYNO

Food Club Sour Cream or Snack Dip 16 oz. - $0.89

Fresh Golden Pineapple - $1.99 each.

Ground Beef (family packs, 3 lbs. or more) - $1.99/lb.

Swet Baby Ray's BBQ Sauce 18 oz. bottle - $0.79 When you buy 2. Limit 2. ($1/2 in 5/23 SS)

Select Pepsi and Coke products - $1.99 When you buy 4 with coupon(use $1/2 peelies from Sierra Mist)

Lay's Potato Chips 10.5 to 11 oz. - $1.89. Limit 3.

Minute Maid Lemonade, Fruit Punch, Cherry Limeade, Limeade or Berry Punch 64 oz. carton - $0.99. Limit 4.


Friday, May 28, 2010

Rhubarb Soda recipe.

I love to cook and I love to share some of my favorite reipes. This one is such a yummy one and it's so darn pretty. Just add this syrup to some sparkling water and you are all set. I bet you could either reduce (boil down) this into a sauce and add to just about anything. Or add some alcohol to make an adult drink. OMG I am thinking Rhubarb Cosmo or a Rhutini lol. I love the name Rhutini!!! This recipe is from Carrie Floyd over at the Culinate Kitchen. Here ya go. :) Enjoy!

Rhubarb Soda 
by Carrie Floyd

Serves 6 to 8

Prep Time 5 minutes

Cook Time 15 minutes


Recently my greed at the farmers’ market prompted me to buy more rhubarb than I had time to fashion into tarts or pie. Instead I turned the stalks into syrup, which I then made into cocktails and sodas.


1½ cups rhubarb, roughly chopped

1 cup sugar

1½ cups water

~ Sparkling water

~ Ice


1.Place rhubarb, sugar, and 1½ cups of water in a saucepan. Bring to a boil, then turn down to a simmer. Cook for about 15 minutes, until the syrup is bright pink.

2.Turn off the heat and allow to cool. Strain syrup into a large jar.

3.To make each soda, measure ¼ cup rhubarb syrup into a glass. Add enough sparkling water to fill the glass ⅔ full. Stir to mix, then add ice.
I am making some of this today to take on our little vacation this weekend. Happy Holidays!

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Once Upon A Child Clearance Blowout.

Once Upon A Child is having a big sale June 5. Here's the details:

One Day Only! Save more by the hour, on selected spring & Summer clothing.* The longer you shop the more you save!

From 9:00am - 3:00pm - Save 50% OFF
From 3:01pm - 6:00pm - Save 60% OFF
From 6:01pm - 9:00pm - Save 70% OFF

These sales usually only apply to red tag merchandise. Red tag means it's on markdown. Markdown means they want it moved out of their store and into your home. They are sneaky about the wording. I found this out the hard way a couple of years ago. Ask when you get there what merchandise is really on sale. It could be red tag. It could be green. It could be everything.....yeh right. Wishful thinking.

*Valid at participating store(s) only. Green Bay and Appleton Offer may not be used in conjunction with any other discount, sale, offer, or benefit. Not applicable to prior purchases or gift cards/certificates. All sales final.

Coupons! Get your coupons!

Here's the latest and greatest:

$5/1 here. Sign up required. Prints as soon as you hit submit.

Save $0.35/1 jar of Gedney, Del Monte or Cains pickles here. This is a pdf.

Sara Lee Soft and Smooth
$0.75/1 here.

Athenos Hummus
BOGO coupon here.

Hellmann's Mayo
$0.75/1 30 oz. or smaller here.

Kraft Meltdowns (new)
$1/1 here.

GlaxoSmithKline (sign up required, but donation is made for each registration)
$1 off any Aquafresh Extreme Clean (5.6oz or larger)
$1 off any Aquafresh Iso-Active (4.3oz or larger)
$1 off any Sensodyne (Non-Iso-Active) product (4 oz or larger)
$1 off any Pronamel Product (4 oz or larger)
$1 off any Aquafresh Kids Bubble Mint (4.6oz or larger)
$5 off any Aquafresh White Trays (14 count)
$1 off any Aquafresh Kids Bubble Mint (4.6oz or larger)
$1 off any Abreva product
$1 off any Sensodyne Iso-Active Product (4.3oz)
$1 off any Polygrip Free Product
$1 off any Biotene Product
$1 off any Polident Product

$1/1 Grilling Spray here.

Nestle Refrigerated Cookie Dough
$1/1 any variety here. Sign in/register.

Neutrogena Sun Block
$2/1 here. Sign in/register.

One A Day Women's Prenatal Vitamins
$1/1 here.

e.p.t Pregnancy Test
$3/1 here.

Buddig Lunch Meat
$1/5 here. Ex. 6/20/10.

$1/1 here. Bricks coupon.

$1/1 here. Prints immediately when you click on 'get coupon.'

Kraft dressing
$0.55/1 here. Bricks coupon.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

This week's shopping highlights.

This wasn't a bad week. I hit up two different Piggly Wiggly stores and I finally participated in Double Daze at PNS. Here's the best of:

Schneider's Piggly Wiggly (Northland Ave. Appleton)
Jays Potato Chips 2 bags for $2.99.
Food Club eggs 2 dozen for $0.78
Dean's OJ 1/2 gallon for $0.44.
Bananas 2.11 lbs. for $0.61.
Piggly Wiggly whole milk $0.99
Maxwell House coffee $4.99
Piggly Wiggly bread 2 loaves for $1.19.
This store did not give me a bag refund. Not sure if they participate???

Larry's Piggly Wiggly (Little Chute)
Daisy Sour Cream 2 for $1.39.
Italian Bread from the bakery 2 for $1.99.
Bag refund $0.05!

Pick N Save
2 bags of Chex Mix for FREE (actually made one penny!)
Cat's Pride litter for $4.85.
McCormick Minced Onions FREE (actually made $0.43!)
Open Pit BBQ sauce $0.57.
DiGiornio 200 Cal. Portions FREE (actually made $1.19)
Head of lettuce $0.68.
Philly Strawberry Minis FREE (actually made $0.02)
2 Silk Almond Milk 1/2 gallons FREE
5 International Delight pints for $0.70.
Bag rebate $0.15!
Also got BOGO YoPlus which should have been free, but the lady took my coupon AND didn't give me my darn yogurt for free. Oh well. I still love Double Daze so I kept my mouth shut. :) I bought 22 items and spent $15.47. Yay!

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

FREE samples of Crystal Light Pure Fitness for Vocalpoint members.

Head on over to Vocalpoint to get your free sample pack of Crystal Light Pure Fitness. You get one each of Grape, Lemon Lime and Strawberry Kiwi. You must be a member to receive this free sample so log in or sign up. I really am happy that Crystal Light finally put out a drink mix that isn't sweetened with artificial sweeteners. Go Crystal Light!

Monday, May 24, 2010

Feeling lucky?

I have always been a fan of entering sweeps, giveaways, you name it. I enter to win cakes from bakeries, trips from the grocery stores and one of the easiest ways to enter is right from the comfort of my own home. I heart online sweeps and giveaways. So many wonderful blogs and websites host sweeps and giveaways daily. I always like to share my favorites with friends, relatives and you guys.

 is hosting a giveaway for a $100 gift card. How awesome would this be to win?! Read more about here. Giveaway ends June 1.

 is hosting a giveaway for a Delta faucet of your choice up to $300! Giveaway ends June 11.

 is hosting a giveaway for Tillen Farms Hand Packed Veggies & Maraschino Cherries Prize Package. These are awesome all natural (like really!) canned products. Giveaway ends June 12.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

How does your garden grow? Part 11: Rhubarb.

When I think Rhubarb I think of my great grandmother. She always grew this old fashioned plant in her backyard. I bet a lot of you are reminded of the women in your family when you think Rhubarb. It brings good memories of pies, jams and crisps. 

Rhubarb is actually a perennial vegetable, but has been deemed a fruit for ages. It has been used for centuries for it's medicinal qualities, but I can only share with you recipes from my kitchen usually involving strawberries and a lot of sugar.  The part of the Rhubarb that is consumed is the stalk. You can see this in the picture I snapped this evening (see above). Isn't it a pretty sight? I love the rosy reds and green. Rhubarb reminds me of celery. It's kind of stringy, crunchy and it can be green. It's very versatile. You can freeze it, can it, bake it or even boil it down. I have even heard of punches and syrups being made from Rhubarb. I have only made jam and crisps. I can't wait to try many new recipes.

Here is one of my favorite recipes.

Rhubarb Crunch
•2 cups flour

•1 cup rolled oat

•1 1/2 cups brown sugar

•1/4 teaspoon salt

•1 cup butter

•6 cups diced rhubarb

•1 teaspoon cinnamon

•1 1/2 cups sugar

•4 tablespoons cornstarch

•1/2 cup water

•1 teaspoon vanilla

•1/2 teaspoon red food coloring

 Preheat oven to 400; grease 11x7x1 1/2" baking dish.

In mixing bowl combine flour, oats, brown sugar and salt.

Cut in butter until mixture resembles fine crumbs; reserve 1 cup crumbs; press remaining crumbs into baking dish.

Arrange rhubarb on crumbs.

In small saucepan combine cinnamon, sugar and cornstarch; stir in water; cook over medium heat stirring constantly until thickened.

Remove from heat; stir in vanilla and food coloring.

Pour on rhubarb; sprinkle with reserved crumbs.

Bake in preheated oven for 10 minutes; turn temperature to 325; bake for 40 minutes longer.


Saturday, May 22, 2010

Piggly Wiggly deals 5/19 - 5/25.

Looks like there are two good sales going on this week at local Piggly Wiggly's. There's a Grand Re-Opening Sale at the Appleton Piggly Wiggly on Northland  Ave. and at the Menasha store on Midway Road. There is also a big BOGO sale happening too. Yay!

Grand Re-Opening Sale!
(Prices ONLY available at Menasha and Appleton locations.)

Food Club Large Eggs (One dozen) $0.39. Limit 2.
Dole Bananas $0.29/lb. Limit 3 bunches.
Tide Liquid Laundry Detergent (50 oz.) $4.99. Limit 1. $1/1 Tide with Febreeze from P&G Sampler home mailer booklet. $1/1 in 5/2 P&G.
Piggly Wiggly gallon milk (1%, 2% or skim) $0.99. Limit one with coupon and $5 purchase. Anyone know if coupon is found in store also?
Pepsi, Diet Pepsi or Mt. Dew (24 pack) $4.99. Limit 1.
Dean's OJ (64 oz.) $0.99.
Charmin Basic Bathroom Tissue (12 count Big Rolls) $3.99. Limit 1.
Food Club American Singles (12 oz. pack) $0.89. Limit 2.
Green Peak boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts (3 lb. bag) $3.99. Limit 2. That's $1.33/lb.
Food Club Granulated Sugar (4 lb. bag) $1.49. Limit 1.
Supreme Choice Tilapia Fillets (16 oz. package) $1.99. No limit stated.
Gerber Amish Rotisserie Chicken from the deli $4.99. Limit 2.
Oscar Mayer Lunchables or Deli Creations Cracker Combinations $0.99. Limit 4. $1/1 in 5/16 SS. $1/1 in May issue All You.
Maxwell House Coffee (33 oz. size) select varieties $4.99. Limit 1.
White Rain Shampoo or Conditioner (18 oz.) $0.48. Limit 4.

Don't forget that you need your Piggly Wiggly Preferred Club Card to get these advertised prices. Also going on is Pig's regular sale. It appears that these prices are the same all around the area.


Farmland Fresh Preferred Natural Fresh Pork Picnic Roast
Certified Angus Beef Boneless Rump or Bottom Round Roast
Family Pack - 2.5-lb. - Select Varieties Klements Polish, Brats or Italian Sausage
1-lb. - Ripe, Red Premium Strawberries
64-oz. Bottle Indian Summer Apple Juice or 100% Apple Cider
48-oz. - Sherbet, Frozen Yogurt, “Loaded†Frozen Dairy Dessert or Edy's Ice Cream
14.7 to 21.7-oz. Size Bellatoria Pizza
15 to 18.9-oz. Size Jack's Original or Half and Half Pizza
21.7 to 30.55-oz. Size Borbello's Pizza
9.92 to 10.66-oz. Size - 2-Count Package Red Baron Pizza by the Slice $2/1 Facebook coupon here.
6.4 to 7-oz. - Select Varieties Banquet Brown‘N Serve Breakfast Links or Patties
11.5 to 12-oz. Bag Jay's Potato Chips $1/2 in 5/9 SS.
14.5 to 18-oz. Package Keebler Chips Deluxe Cookies
11.5 to 12-oz. Bag Doritos
Fresh from the Bakery - 16-oz. Loaf Italian Bread
24-oz. Loaf Piggly Wiggly White Bread
1-lb. Carton, Quartered Regular or 1/3 Less Fat Imperial Margarine
32-oz. Bottle Powerade Drink Buy 6 Get 9 Free
12-oz. Package - Frozen Pictsweet Steamables Complete Meals
6-oz. Package Butterball Turkey Bacon
8-oz. Container - Regular or Light Daisy Sour Cream
9 to 12-oz. Package New England Coffee
20-oz. Package - Frozen Lynden Farms Shoestring Potatoes
50-oz. Bottle Ajax Liquid Detergent
32-oz. Jar - Sliced Food Club Hamburger Dills
150-Count Package Food Club Sandwich Bags
8-oz. Size Del Monte Fruit Naturals
24-oz. Bottle - Select Varieties Food Club Pancake Syrup
10-oz. Bottle Food Club Steak Sauce
9 to 10-oz. Jar Vlasic Relish
24-oz. Bottle Food Club Vegetable Oil
.3 to 3-oz. Package - Regular and Sugar Free Food Club Gelatin Mix
1.34 to 3.9-oz. Package - Regular and Sugar Free Food Club Pudding Mix
12-oz. Individually Wrapped - Fat Free American or Swiss, Sharp Cheddar or Milk Food Club 2% Singles
15-oz. - Low Fat or Skim Food Club Ricotta Cheese
100 or 125-Count - Select Varieties 325ML Enterec 325 or 500ML - Tablets or Caplets Top Care Aspirin Free
24-Count - Aspirin Free 500ML Caps or 200 MG Top Care Ibuprofen
24-Count Package - Tablets or Caplets Top Care Cold/Allergy

Regular sale items:

Hunt's Ketchup. (24-oz.) $0.99 $0.20/1 in 5/16 SS or FREE coupon in Spring Fever home mailer from Piggly Wiggly.
Yoplait YoPlus/Fiber One Yogurt (4 pack) - $1.69.
Oscar Mayer Turkey Franks (16 oz.) $1.99 $1/2 in 5/16 SS

Friday, May 21, 2010

Target recalls 350,000 woven storage trunks.

Target recalled 350, 000 woven storage trunks yesterday because one severely injured an 18 month old little girl. She suffered brain damage when the lid pinned her neck against the edge of the trunk. A few other children were injured according to reports.

The trunks were sold online and in stores from February 2009 through April 2010. Because these chests weren't considered to be used for children they didn't need to meet safety guidelines like those in place for toy chests.

The CPSC is advising concerned people to return the chest to Target for a refund or exchange. You can read more here.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Kraft First Taste....check your offers again. It may be there this time!

Go back and check your Kraft First Taste account because there is a good chance that your offer is really there this time. I thought that maybe because their site was getting a lot of traffic their server was down. Then when I could get into my account it said there were no more offers to be had. All out. Then a couple days later it said I had no new offers. Well, ladies and gents....yesterday I got an email telling me that I had a new offer. Yay! It was the one I was hoping for:

Free package of KOOL-AID Fun Fizz Drink Drops (up to $2.49)

Free package of OSCAR MAYER Deli Fresh Shaved Meats (up to $4.50)

Free package of RITZ CRACKERFULS Filled Crackers (up to $3.49)

Free package of KRAFT 100 CALORIE PACKS CHEESE BITES (up to $3.29)

Free package of KRAFT HOMESTYLE DELUXE Macaroni & Cheese Dinner (up to $3.99)

Free package of DIGIORNO® Deep Dish Pizza (up to $3.30)
I am super excited. If I get all of these coupons I will send Kraft a love letter. Really. LOL. Maybe. Not a Kraft First Taste member? Not even sure what Kraft First Taste is???? You can read more here.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

This week's shopping highlights.

I didn't do Double Daze last week as I was super busy and my baby was really sick. Living off the stockpile is always a good thing. That's why it's called a stockpile, right? :) I did hit up Piggly Wiggly because it's a hop, skip and a jump away. Here's the details:

Orv's pizza for $0.99.
3.5 lb. Chuck Roast for $5.79.
Natural Hunt's Ketchup (24 oz.) FREE.
6 Skippy peanut butter $0.70 each.
4 Wish Bone dressings $0.50 each.
Corn on the cob for $0.28 each. Wasn't the best corn.
Two 2 lb. bag of fries $0.99 each.
Sara Lee bread $1.04
5 Food Club chunk cheeses $1.25 each. I shred my own. It makes for much better melted cheese minus the ingredients to prevent caking. And in an 8 oz. chunk you get more than 2 cups shredded like you do in the bags.

Wednesday starts a new week of shopping and it looks like Piggly Wiggly is having an awesome week so stay tuned! I don't get to say that too often. Oops, did I just say that?! Just being honest about shopping their loss leaders. Happy saving everyone!

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Coupons! Get your coupons!

Lindsay Olives
BOGO coupon for Lindsay Re-closeables here.

$3 on the purchase of any two POSITIVELY NOURISHING Body Care products here.

Ronzoni Healthy Harvest
$1/2 here.

Scotties Facial Tissue
$0.50/1 here.

Freschetta Pizza
$1/1 here.

Quick Cook Pastas
Save $0.50  here on either Ronzoni, American Beauty, Creamette, Skinner or San Giogorgio brands. Available at Walmart Supercenters.

Save $1/2 when you share this offer with 3 friends. Skip the sharing and you still can save $0.50/2.

Weight Watchers Yogurt
$1/5 yogurt cups here.

$0.50/1 Dressing or Salad Spritzer here.

Kraft Deli Deluxe
$1/1 here.

$1/1 any Biore product here. Sign up required.

Pillsbury Sweet Rolls
$0.95/1 here. Hope you get a chance to print this! One per computer.

Mambo Sprouts/Natural/Organic coupons
- Barbara's Bakery Inc. $1 Off any ONE (1) Barbara's® Product 5.5 oz. or larger.
- $1.00/1 off Organic Valley Yogurt
- $1.00/1 any Ian's Product
- $1.00/1 any ONE (1) DAGOBA® Organic Chocolate Product.
- $1.00/1 Glutino Pretzels.
- $1.00/1 any ONE (1) 4.5 oz bag of Crunchmaster® Crackers.
- $1.00 off any ONE (1) SCHARFFEN BERGER® Chocolate.
- $.20 off any ONE (1) Jane's Krazy Mixed Up Seasonings®.
- $1.00 on method laundry detergent for 25 or 50 load bottle.
- $1.00 On Any Annie Chun's Gourmet Asian Sauces or Plain Noodles product.
- $1 off any Country Choice Organic Product.
- $1.00 any two (2) Chef Paul's Magic Seasoning Blends®.
- 50¢ Any Florida Crystals® Organic and Natural Sugar Products.
- $1.00 any Two (2) Lifeway Products.
- $1.00 any two (2) Helios Nutrition® Organic Kefirs.
- $5.00 of the purchase of any one (1) Bach Emotional Eating Support Kit.
- $1 any ONE Canus Goat's Milk, Nature's Dog or Li'l Goat's Milk Lotion or Wash, 16 oz.
- $2.00 off your next purchase of RESCUE Remedy®, RESCUE Sleep™, RESCUE Energy™ or RESCUE.

Ghirardelli Chocolate
$1/1 bag here.

Monday, May 17, 2010

$1 flip flops at Old Navy this Saturday.

Stop by your local Old Navy this Saturday the 22 of May. They will be selling their flip flops for $1 each. That's a better deal than my local dollar store will give me! A little birdy told me that if you don't want to be stressed out by the crowds (have you ever tried to go into an Old Navy when they are having one of their amazing sales?! OMG!!) you can purchase your flip flops now and then bring in your receipt the day of the sale and they will adjust the price and give you the difference. Now, I have not tried this so do so at your own risk. It's just a nice thought knowing you won't have to wrassle anyone to get that periwinkle pair you just have to have. There is a limit of 5 per customer. Just throwing that out there. I'm not a flip flop kind of gal so I'm not sure yet if this is a deal for me, but since I see everyone and their sister wearing flip flops I had you in mind.. :)

Sunday, May 16, 2010

How does your garden grow? Part 10: Winter Sowing update.

Oh am I excited that it is supposed to be in the 70s all week. I am more than getting the bug to put my plants in the ground. Soon! My husband tilled the garden plot this weekend. My makeshift compost pile was worked into the soil also. I wanted to update you on the progress of my Winter Sowing. Look at my babies grow. :) Oh I am a proud mama. Hee hee.

If you look closely at my picture above, it's a portion of my Winter Sown seedlings. Actually, they are a little past seedlings and almost full fledged plants. Clockwise from the top, starting with Mr. Diet Squirt Bottle, the bush beans. All of their leaves are turned over because they were getting too big inside the 2L bottle. They are about 6" tall. Next up is a teeny tiny little tomato plant (not sure if it's an Heirloom Beefsteak or a Brandywine). This guy isn't really a Winter Sown. He's a wannabe. He's actually so embarrassed that he's hiding under a leaf from his much larger brother in the white vinegar jug. He's in the picture to show you how much better my Winter Sown did compared to my indoor guys. Isn't that amazing?! And onto the vinegar jug (bottom of picture). The tomato plants in the vinegar jug are the same ones that I snapped a picture of the first time I talked about Winter Sowing. They are much larger now. See the difference....?!

I am definitely going to do 99% of my seeds Winter Sown style next winter. This was awesome. I am so happy that I read the post that day over at the Sparta Savings blog. She gave me the idea to dig deeper into this. I can't blame her for my compulsion to have to know every little deatil about projects I start. Sorry, that's another post on another day. I hope your gardening is going great. I'd love to see what you have going on in your gardens!

Friday, May 14, 2010

Piggly Wiggly deals 5/12 - 5/18.

Here's some last minute deals for Piggly Wiggly. These prices apply to Piggly Wiggly stores in the Midwest. See if your store is included here. Don't forget to print out your Online Exclusive Coupons. This week's coupons (for my area) are for $0.99, 12-20 oz. package Food Club Vanilla Wafers or Dunksters Cookies. You can use this coupon when you spend $10. Since these are Pig coupons you can stack them with mfr. coupons too. My Piggly Wiggly accepts IP (Internet Print) coupons up to $2.50. Yours may vary.

Here's what looks good this week:

- Florida Sweet Corn $0.28 each. Limit 12.
- Blackberries (1/2 pint) $2
- Oscar Mayer Deli Creations Cracker Combinations ($1/1 in May issue of All You and here) or Lunchables ($1/1 in 3/21 SS expires 5/16) 3/$5.  
- Certified Angus Beef, Boston Rolled Boneless Chuck Roast $1.99/lb. (use Old El Paso $1 off purchase of meat/chicken catalina coupon from two weeks ago)
- Whole Beef Tenderloin $4.99/lb. Not rock bottom, but decent. (use Old El Paso $1 off purchase of meat/chicken catalina coupon from two weeks ago)- Mickleberry's ham from the deli $3.99/lb. Not amazing price, but this is good ham.

- Wild Salmon Fillets (1 lb. pack) $2.99.
- Food Club Cream Cheese block $0.99 ($0.49 when you use home mailer coupon if you spend $10. Expires 5/15.)
- Food Club Chunk or Shredded Cheese (6-8 oz.) $1.25.
- Food Club Singles (12 oz.) $1.25
- Lynden Farms Frozen Potatoes (32 oz. pack Hash Browns, Crinkle Cut, Steak Cut) $0.99.
- Roma pizza $1.80.
- Food Club Macaroni and Cheese (5.5-7.25 oz.) $0.39
- Food Club canned vegetables $0.50.
- Food Club Pasta (12-16 oz. dry package) $0.89.
- Food Club spices and seasonings 33% off. 
- White Rain Shampoo or Conditioner $0.69 (FREE when you use home mailer coupon if you spend $10. Expires 5/15.)

MIX OR MATCH - ANY 10 ITEMS BELOW (When you buy any 10 items they are $1. Other than 10 they are $1.50)
- Ragu Pasta Sauce, 16-26 oz.

- Skippy Peanut Butter, 15-16.3 oz  ($0.60/2 here.)
- Wishbone or Western Dressing, 16 oz.
- I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter ($0.75/2 here), Promise, or Country Crock, ($0.40/1 here) 8-16 oz.

FREE digital jump rope for MN and WI residents.

Go get your free digital jump rope (pictured above) here. Just for signing up you are entered into their drawing for a Nintendo Wii. This offer is only available to MN and WI residents. Your jump rope will arrive within 4 to 6 weeks. Enjoy! Thanks Rose Knows Coupons!

Save A Lot specials 5/12 - 5/18.

This week at Save A Lot:

  • Bottom Round Steak/Roast (family pack) $2.19/lb.
  • Boneless Pork Sirloin Chops (family pack) $1.69/lb.
  • Chicken Leg Quarters (10 lb. bag) $4.40
  • Bologna (16 oz. pack) $1.00
  • Save A Lot Gallon Milk (Skim, 1% and 2%) $1.89
  • Coke 12 packs (12 oz. cans) $3.00
  • Baby Carrots (16 oz. bag) $0.79.
  • Red Seedless Grapes $1.29/lb.
  • Bananas $0.33/lb.
  • Cucumbers 3/$1.00
Visit Save A Lot's website to see more deals. The deals posted above are local to me, but may not be local to you. :) There are also great printable coupons on their site. Some aren't even specific to Save A Lot. Bring your own bags/boxes to save yourself some $ as Save A Lot charges you for bags, but you can use any of the boxes available for free. Save A Lot accepts cash, check, food stamps, credit and debit cards and WIC.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

FREE full size bottle of Suave right now!

This freebie is now gone, but you can still get yourself a coupon for $1/1 Suave Shampoo or Conditioner.
Go go go!! Go and get your FREE full size bottle of Suave Shampoo or Conditioner. To receive your coupon for a free 14.5 oz. Shampoo or Conditioner,complete the form on the Suave Beauty Facebook page. You need to 'like' this page before you will see the form. You will receive your coupon via snail mail in about 6-8 weeks. One coupon per household. This giveaway has been live for almost an hour so I'd act fast. They are only giving away 100,000 bottles.

FREE bottle of The Original Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce.

Register with Country Bob's and they will send you a coupon via snail mail for a FREE bottle of their Original Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce. You can find this sauce at Walmart Supercenters and Woodmans. My family does not have issues with gluten, but if yours does you'll be happy to know that this sauce is gluten free. Limit one coupon per household/address. Coupons will only be sent to addresses falling within areas where product is sold. I have not ever tried this sauce and look forward to using it for grilling out. Thanks Madison on the Cheap!

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

This week's shopping highlights.

I did my first Saturday Double Daze at PNS. It felt weird, but good at the same time. Brought out a little uneasiness for different reasons. I always feel a little anxiety when I check out. I'm not sure why. I always think that even though I have my transactions planned out to the T that I still goofed up somewhere.  So a Saturday Double Daze brought these fears out again. Since I know Saturdays at any store are a zoo. I was a tad worried. I didn't do two transactions as I felt I was spending enough $ in the first one.
Here's what I got at PNS:
- BIC razors for $0.50 (used $3/1 Q).
- 2 Sea Pak shrimp $5.98 (used 2 $1/1 doubled Q).
- Oscar Mayer Light Bologna was better than free (used in ad Q + $2/1 Q).
- Motts Apple Juice $0.98 (used in ad Q).
- Rinaldi pasta sauce $0.98 (used in ad Q).
- 2 Classico pasta sauces $1.61 (used a BOGO Q).
- 3 Kraft Meltdowns were better than free (used 3 $1/1 doubled Q).
- 1 loaf Roundy's bread $1.
- 2 gallons Roundy's milk (whole and skim) $4.27.
- 1 seedless cuke $1.
- 4 cans tomato paste $1.88
- $0.10 reusable bag credit.
Total spent: $16.64. Total saved: $37.19  %70 savings. Not bad at all.

Piggly Wiggly:
I had to make up a party platter with dip so I spent more than usual, but it's almost summer and this is going to be happening more and more. The best deal I got was for the pineapple $1.49, but I see at Aldi's this week that they are only $0.99!

Save A Lot:
I just picked up some cheese sticks for the hubby :) $1.29 and bananas $0.33/lb.

I just stopped in to pick up my free 8x10 collage. We gave it as a Mother's Day gift in a a frame. Did you get one too? I love taking advantage of deals like that.

Well, today starts a new shopping week for me, but I think I'm going to hit up PNS on Saturday because my little guy is sick sick sick, but we'll see. And I have to scope out the Pig and SAL flyer. Hope you had an amazing week of deals!

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Secret Clinical Strength Deodorant sample.

If you missed out on the Dove sample of deodorant you can try your luck here. Get a sample of Secret Clinical Strength Deodorant. This is a Walmart sample. I love that so many stores are giving out samples now. These handy little sample sizes are great for camping or any other trip you may have this summer.

Coupons! Get your coupons!

Here's the latest and greatest:

$1.50/2 Kashi TLC bars here.

Simply GoGurt
$1.10/1 here.

Facebook coupons
Like Trident and get a $1/2 Trident Layers or $0.50/1 Trident White gum.
Like Nabisco 100 Calorie Packs and get a BOGO coupon.
Like Lindsay Olives and get $1/1 6 oz. Lindsay Naturals Green Ripe Olives.
Like Red Baron and get $2/1 Pizza By The Slice.
Like Libby's and get a FREE can of Libby's vegetables.
Like Rayovac and click on promotions tab and on left sidebar you will see a $3/1 coupon.
Like Sara Lee Soft and Smooth and get $0.75/1 loaf of Soft and Smooth bread.
Like Tornados and get $1/1 on any product.

Huggies Little Swimmers
$1.50/1 here. Pair with $1.50/1 Target coupon here.

Crunchmaster Snacks
$1/1 Crunchmaster item here.

$1/1 Nexcare product here.

Buddig Lunch Club coupon
$1/1 Old Wisconsin product here. Sign in/sign up.

$2/3 Glade Relaxing Moments products here.

$1/1 Starbucks VIA Readybrew here. Sign in/sign up.

Aveeno Baby
$1/1 Aveeno Baby product here.

$1/1 V8 vegetable juice (Low Sodium, 100% Vegetable Juice, V8 V-Lite™) here.

$1/1 Biokleen product here.

Kraft Turkey Bacon
$1/1 package here.

Monday, May 10, 2010

Piggly Wiggly deals 5/5 - 5/11.

Here's some last minute deals for Piggly Wiggly. These prices apply to Piggly Wiggly stores in the Midwest. See if your store is included here. Don't forget to print out your Online Exclusive Coupons. This week's coupons (for my area) are for $0.59, 6 count Food Club Toaster Pastries and $0.99, 18 oz. or 8 to 12 oz. Food Club Oats or Instant Oatmeal. You can use both coupons when you spend $10. Since these are Pig coupons you can stack them with mfr. coupons too. My Piggly Wiggly accepts IP (Internet Print) coupons up to $2.50. Yours may vary.

Here's the good stuff:

Green Peak Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts (3 lb. bag) - $4.99
Medallions of Pork Tenderloin (approx. 2 lb. pack) - $1.69/lb.
Hickory, Honey or Brown Sugar Farmland Spiral Sliced Half Hams (7 to 9-lb. Ave.) - $2.29/lb. ($2/1 in 3/28 SS Spiral Sliced or Bone-In)
Gerber's Real Amish Cut-Up Whole Fryers - $0.99/lb. Not amazing price, but not bad.
Single Serves or 14.76 to 22.63-oz. Red Baron Classic Crust Pizza (5.27 to 11.6-oz.) - 3 for $11. $2/1 when you like Red Baron on Facebook.
Sausage Biscuits, 18-oz. - Skillets or 4-Count - Select Varieties Jimmy Dean Breakfast Sandwiches (10-Count) - $4.49. $1/1 when you Like Jimmy Dean on Facebook.
Sweet Extra Large Golden Pineapple - $1.49 each. Great price!
Bolthouse Farms Carrots (1-lb. bag) - $0.79.
Blackberries (1/2 pint) - $2.
11.5 to 12 oz. bag Doritos Tortilla Chips Or, 8.5 to 10 oz. bag Lay's Kettle Cooked or Ruffles Potato Chips  - $2.50 each. BOGO on Kettle Cooked if you printed the Facebook offer a couple of weeks ago.
Kellogg's cereals (select Frosted Mini Wheat varieties) - 3/$6.98. Buy 3 get $2 OYNO. Buy 4 get $3 OYNO. Buy 5 get $4 OYNO. $1.50/2 here. Two different $1/2 here.
Dozen eggs - $0.79.
Buy 2 Kraft Shredded or Chunk Cheese (5-8 oz.) for 2/$4 and receive a free box Ritz Crackers ($2.99 value).
David's Deli Bagels - $0.99.
Food Club English Muffins - $0.99.

Vistaprint almost freebies - only pay shipping and processing.

Get these items free from Vistaprint (just pay shipping and processing) through May 16:

- 250 Premium Business Cards
- 100 Standard Postcards
- 25 Brochures
- 1 Small Banner
- 140 Return Address Labels
- Pens
- 1 Tote Bag
- Car Door Magnets
- 25 Small Magnets
- 1 T-shirt

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Happy Mother's Day!

Happy Mother's Day to all you wonderful women out there who know exactly where the scotch tape is at all times. Where the kids' shoes were last seen. What time and day the fieldtrip is. How to turn a blanket into a living room fort. How to braid better than you know who. How to make a meal out of a loaf of bread and a bottle of ketchup. Who can visualize every item's location in the fridge and explain in great detail how to find it from the other room. And just how to make it all better. Give yourself a big high five. I will not be posting today unless I feel like it. :) It's my day and I'm going to milk it.

Saturday, May 8, 2010

FREE 2 oz. body wash for men at Bath and Body Works.

Bath & Body Works is offering up a coupon for a FREE 2 oz. bottle of their new Signature Collection for Men. To get this coupon you need to 'like' Bath & Body Works on Facebook. On their wall you will see the link to this coupon. Offer only available through Sunday, May 9. Thanks Rose Knows Coupons!

Friday, May 7, 2010

Reminder: Stamp Out Hunger 2010 Food Drive is tomorrow!

Here's my reminder to you! Don't forget to put out your bag of non-perishable food items tomorrow morning. Some may have even received a plastic bag in their mailbox from their letter carriers. That was nice of them to do. My bag of goodies is all set to go. My hubby kept looking through it saying why are you are giving that away?! Seriously. Funny stuff there. You can also become a fan/like Stamp Out Hunger on Facebook and Campbells will donate 1 can of soup (up to 1 million cans). That's awesome!

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Save A Lot specials. May 6 and 7 only.

Save A Lot in Little Chute is having another two day sale. This Thursday and Friday the 6th and 7th. Here's what's in the ad:

  • Angus Boneless Ribeye - $4.99/lb.

  • Boneless Country Style Pork Ribs - $1.49/lb.

  • Boneless Skinless Chicken Tenders (40 oz. bag) - $4.99.

  • 1/4 lb. Beef Patties (10 lb. box) - $22.90

  • Klement's Brat Patties (12 oz. package) - $2.

  • Klement's Brats, Beer Brats, or Italian Sausage (2.5 lb. box) - $5.99.

  • Shank Ham Portion - $0.79/lb. Rump Portion - $0.99/lb.

  • Corn King Bacon (12 oz. package) - $2.19.

  • Bananas - $0.33/lb.

  • Hot Hose Tomatoes - $1.29/lb.

  • Jumbo Seedless Watermelon - $3.99. Slices $0.69/lb.

  • Russet Potatoes (10 lb. bag) - $1.69.

  • Rome Apples (5 lb. bag) - $2.50.

  • Baked Beans (16 oz. can) - $0.50.

  • Ketchup (24 oz.) - $0.88.

  • Mustard (14 oz.) - $0.69.

  • Lighter Fluid (32 oz.) - $2.49.

  • Propane Tank Exchange - $14.99.

  • Kindle Charcoal (16.6 lb. bag) - $4.99 

Visit Save A Lot's website to see more deals. The deals posted above are local to me, but may not be local to you. :) There are also great printable coupons on their site. Some aren't even specific to Save A Lot. Bring your own bags/boxes to save yourself some $ as Save A Lot charges you for bags, but you can use any of the boxes available for free. Save A Lot accepts cash, check, food stamps, credit and debit cards and WIC.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

This week's shopping highlights.

I didn't do much shopping this week. I didn't go to my usual Double Daze. I did go to Piggly Wiggly a couple times. I bought:

- 3 packs of Old El Paso taco seasoning. It was buy 3 and receive $1 OYNO of chicken or beef. So I paid $2.01 and received the $1 Catalina. Too bad I didn't have the Old El Paso coupons with me. My Internet was being all goofy yesterday.
- 3 packs of Kraft shredded cheese 8 oz. bag on markdown for $0.99 each.
- 1 ten pound bag of potatoes for $0.99.
- Gerber Graduates sides were on markdown  for $0.69. I grabbed two.

That's all folks. I see a few good deals at Pig this week and PNS. I am super excited that PNS/Copps is having Double Daze twice a week through the summer. I am going to go Saturday instead of today. I also want to note that I shop at the Little Chute Piggly Wiggly so if you aren't seeing the markdowns maybe this is why. I should have noted this sooner.  Happy shopping!

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Coupons! Get your coupons!

The latest and greatest:

V8 Fusion
$1/1 here. Print twice per computer.

International Delight
$1/1 here (Facebook). $0.55/1 here. (Reset)

$0.50/1 pouch here (Facebook).

$3/1 any size laundry detergent here.

$1/1 any Cetaphil product (excludes bars) here.

$0.60/2 Skippy Peanut Butter products 15 oz. or larger.
$0.60/1 Q-tips
$1/1 BERTOLLI® on any frozen meal.
$0.75/2 I Can't Believe It's Not Butter!®

Old El Paso
$0.60/2 here. Pair with sale at Target or Piggly Wiggly.

Some are saying the following are printing without the Target logo on them! :)
$1/1 YoPlus Yogurt

$0.60/3 ANY Totinos Products
$0.60/2 Old El Paso Products

Notable mentions:
$3/1 Greenworks 90 oz. detergent (pair with $3/1 here)
$1/1 Biz Stain Fighter product (pair with 3/28 SS coupons)
$1.50/1 Compact fluorescent light

Spend $25 at and receive a $10 credit.

When you spend $25 online at Walgreens you will receive a $10 credit toward a future purchase. Credit expires 90 days from issue date and can only be used from the Shop page at You need to place your order from the promotional page (see first link) to receive your credit. No change will be given for unused portions of credit. One credit per account. Does not cover tax, shipping, pharmacy, photo or gift card purchases. I personally have only ordered photos online. Hope this benefits you guys!  :)

Free sample of Pampers Cruisers for Vocalpoint members.

Go here to get your free sample 3 pack of Pampers Cruisers diapers. Available in sizes 3, 4, and 5. Will arrive in 5 to 7 weeks so plan accordingly. You need to be a Vocalpoint member to get this sample. I heart free diapers. Sometimes they come with coupons too!

Monday, May 3, 2010

Free Kraft Foods sample pack.

Visit Kraft Foods on Facebook then 'like' them then you will be able to score a free sample packs. There are four different ones to pick from. They include things like Mayo, BBQ sauce, Wheat Thins, General Foods International Delight Sticks, Philadelphia Cream Cheese Minis and thier Mac and Cheese. The sample offer expires on May 10 or when supplies are exhausted. One per household. The sample packs also come with a rebate: spend $30 on Kraft Foods between May 23 and June 13 you will get $10 back.

$5 Swim 'n Float Life Vest at Mills Fleet Farm.

This is a steal! If you have or know of a child (appears to be a little girls only???) between 40 and 50 lbs. that could use this I suggest you go get one before they are gone. This Stearns 2 in 1 swimsuit/personal floatation device was originally $24.99 and now costs only $5. It's not even summer yet! This kind of deal usually only happens in the fall/winter. While supplies last and no rain checks.  

Sunday, May 2, 2010

How does your garden gorw? Part 9: Composting.

I am almost a hippie. There I said it. I mean I wear deodorant and and a bra, but I am seriously almost a hippie. Ask my family, friends and especially my husband. I thought it was rude to be called this at first. Then it turned into being funny and to be I totally own that word. Ha ha. No, really. For instance I have been unsuccessfully trying to have a compost pile for a couple of years now. Want a chuckle? Keep reading.

First off, composting is awesome. Tons and tons of garbage that goes to the landfill every week could be composted. Veggie and fruit peelings, pits, seeds, etc. You can dump in your coffee grounds and eggshells. I just wouldn't add animal products like meat, bones, feces, and the like. Just remember greens and browns. Greens being the produce and lawn clippings. Browns being leaves, dirt, straw, woodchips and sticks/twigs. Your pile needs some moisture too. It should feel like a damp, wrung out sponge. The bacteria and insects feed on the food (scraps) you give it. It's ready when it's dark brown and earthy. If you garden adding compost is a must. Your garden will thrive from all of the natural nutrients. You can buy fancy composting bins, but they are pricey. You can start a pile almost anywhere outside. You can even buy a worm composter (called vermicomposting) and they eat the scraps and their poo is the compost. Nice, eh? Whichever route you want to take doesn't matter. If we can reduce what goes to the landfill that's all that should matter.

I know I can totally do this, but I am more worried what others think. In order for it to work it either needs to concealed or ugly. Ugly is cheaper so I went the ugly route. Well, actually I went the sorta concealed route at first. I tried to use an extra garbage can we had. I was really excited because I thought I was so smart. A compost pile needs to be turned or it doesn't decompose everything. It would just break down the stuff in the middle. It would eventually break it all down, but I don't have years to wait for this to happen. Well turning this huge garbage can was quite a conundrum. I decided that bungee cords would help keep the lid on so I didn't lose all of the contents. Nope. My next idea was to dump the contents into our wheelbarrow and stir it and then put it back. Um, yeh gross. What was I thinking?! And I'm pretty sure the neighbors were watching me do this. My back yard isn't private. It faces other back yards so there's nowhere to hide. There are no fences and we don't have a shed or I would put my pile there. So no matter what we do everybody sees it. You are probably thinking who cares if they see you dump your garbage out in your yard. We just so happen to have a deer problem. I feel like people think I am baiting them or something.

Fast forward to today. I have my 'compost pile' on one side of my garden plot. I wait until it is dark to go dump my gobbly gook out there. I don't turn it enough because I feel like there are a million eyes on me. I shouldn't feel silly doing such things in my own yard. I just worry too much what other's think. Maybe part of it is that I think they might be laughing at me or worse putting me down for this. I am trying to make the world a better place and some people just don't see it that way. My other half thinks I am pretty goofy about this stuff. He hates that I hang socks and jeans out to dry so they get crunchy (to get off the subject) and that I'm trying to compost. He thinks I recycle too many things. It bugs him that I have the county recycling lady in my email contacts (because I have an endless amount of rights and wrongs to ask her and we are trying to get Recycle Bank off the ground in my area.) Now that I got that off my chest, do you compost or know people who do?  Any input would be much appreciated. I really want to hear from all you hippies out there. Ha!

Saturday, May 1, 2010

City Wide Rummage Sale! (Sherwood/High Cliff)

Sherwood/High Cliff area is havig their annual rummage sale today. We try to go to this every year. It's a lot of fun. I got this info off of Craigslist:


50+ Homes between State Park Road & Pigeon Road

Saturday, May 1st


Follow the signs off Hwy 114 to homes

N7747, N7759, N7785, N7836, N7846, N7847, N7865, N7878, N7903, N7909, N7916 State Park Rd

N7856, N7906 Edgewater Court

W5251 Lakeside Court

N7870, N7914, N7915, N7933, N7952 Creekside Drive

N7981, N7963 Waterview Drive

W5279, W5238 Arbor Vitae Court

W5105, W5132, W5143, W5174, W5231 Natures Way Drive

N7798, N7807, N7811, N7824, N7836, N7854 Lakeshore Lane

W5171 Harbor Court

N7927, N7933 Windsong Court

W5164 Shorewood Court

N7889 Bluffside Court

N7873, N7876, N7880 Ashbrooke Court

N7915, N7923, N7931, N7932, N7935 Ridgeview Court

N7955, N8016 Pigeon Road

W5071, W5073, Cherrywood Court

W5011 Cherrywood Drive

W5084, W5089 Fox Lane

And probably many more!

Piggly Wiggly deals 4/28 - 5/4. 4 Day Sale included.

Here's this weeks deals for Piggly Wiggly. These prices apply to Piggly Wiggly stores in the Midwest. See if your store is included here. Don't forget to print out your Online Exclusive Coupons. This week's coupons (for my area) are for $0.49, 3.8 - 5.7 oz Knorr or Lipton Pasta or Rice Sides and $0.49, 5 oz. can Chicken of the Sea Chunk Light Tuna in oil or water. You can use both coupons when you spend $10. Since these are Pig coupons you can stack them with mfr. coupons too. My Piggly Wiggly accepts IP (Internet Print) coupons up to $2.50. Yours may vary.

*12-oz. Cans Coke, Sprite or Diet Coke 24 pack $5.99
*8-Count Package Piggly Wiggly Hot Dog or Hamburger Buns $0.89
*40-oz. Bottle Heinz Ketchup $1.49, limit 2
*18-oz. Bottle Sweet Baby Ray's Barbecue Sauce $0.89, limit 2
*15.7 to 16.6-lb. Bag Kingsford Charcoal Briquets $5.99, limit 1
*10.5 to 11-oz. Bag Lay's Potato Chips $1.99
*Dean's Ice Cream 5 quart pail $4.99 (reg. $6.69)
*Orv's Tasty Topping Pizzas $1.88, limit 10
*Klement's Summer Sausage 2 lb, Cheesy Brats 1.5 lb, or Old Fashion Wieners $4.99
*All sizes, homemade Brats, Italian or Rope Sausage $1.99/lb. 
*Farmland Fresh Preferred Natural Pork Baby Back Ribs $3.29/lb. 
*1 lb. package Jumbo EZ Peel Raw Shrimp 26/30 count $4.99
*Old Dutch Restaurante Tortilla Chips BOGO
*Snapple Drinks 6 pack $4.99
*12 pack Nicolet Bottled Water $2.99
*Monster Energy Drink 4 pack 2/$11
*Kingsford Charcoal 15.7 - 16.6 lb. bag.
*Budlight or Bud 18 pack $12.79


These prices are good through May 4:

  • Fresh from the Deli... Deli Delight Turkey $1.99 lb.

  • Fresh chicken leg quarters $0.49/lb sold in 10 lb. bags. Family Packs are $0.69/lb.

  • Johnsonville Bratwurst or Italian Sausage 3 lb. box $6.79 $0.55/1 here.

  • Roma Pizzas 6 for $10.

  • Sanderson Farms Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts $1.99/lb. Family Packs.

  • Nestle Pure Life Bottled Water 24 pack $2.99 $1/2 here. Coupon here after sign up.

  • 64-oz. Carton - Berry Punch, Limeade , Cherry Limeade, Fruit Punch or Minute Maid Premium Chilled Lemonade $0.99 limit 4.

  • 4.9 to 10.8-oz. - Select Varieties Oscar Mayer Deli Creation Sandwiches or Fun Pack Lunchables
    2 for $4.00 $1/1 Deli Creations here. $1/1 Lunchable in 3/21 SS.
  • Food Club Sour Cream 16 oz. $0.99
  • Hunt's canned tomatoes 28 oz $1.49 $1/3 here.
  • Buy any 10 of the following products and receive $5 off instantly: 8 count Go Gurt $2.49 $1.10/1 here and $0.80/2 here. Nature Valley Granola Bars or Fiber One Chewy bars $2.49 $0.40/1 here and $0.50/1 here. General Mills Select cereals $2.49. $0.55/1 Honey Nut Cheerios here. $1/2 GM Cereals here. $0.55/1 Cinnamon Toast Crunch here. Chex Mix, Bugles, or Gardetto's Original Snacks $1.99. $0.50/1 Chex Mix here and here. Green Giant Sauced Vegetables 19 to 24 oz. package $2.49. Green Giant Frozen Just for One Vegetables $2.49.
  • Brownberry Wide Pan Bread BOGO ($3.89).
  • Newman's Own Pasta Sauce $2.19. $0.50/1 here.
  • Blue Bunny Ice Cream 56 oz. size $1.99. $1/1 here after sign up or log in.
  • Sara Lee Frozen Pumpkin Pie 9" $1.89. $1/1 here after sign up.
  • Cheez-It Crackers $1.99. $0.75/1 here. Sign up/log in.
  • U bu Kotex products $3.49. $1/1 in 4/18 SS.
  • Krunchers potato chips $3 each. $1/1 in 4/18 SS.