Meal Planning and Sales 7/25-7/31

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July 25, 2012 by Lauren

As always these are sales for the Northern Colorado area.  Lots of stores run national sales though, so except for meat and milk everything else usually sticks.  If you’re curious about your store simply click below on the store name and enter your zip code for your own circular.

Safeway:

  • Barilla Pasta Sauce – BOGO
  • Whole Pork Loin – $1.99/lb
  • Classico Pasta Sauce – BOGO (stock up!)
  • Chicken drumsticks, legs, split breasts or thighs – $.99/lb (good deal)
  • Bar S Jumbo hot dogs – $.99
  • Cheez-Its – $1.99, this price happens a few times a year, I stock up
  • Cheerios – $1.99/box

King Soopers:

  • Ben and Jerry’s – 10/$10 (is this REAL?!  STOCK UP)
  • 1/2 gallon milk – 10/$10
  • Santa Cruz Organic Lemonade – 10/$10 (never this low, great mixer)
  • Cherries – $1.79/lb
  • New York Strip – $5.99/lb (lowest in regular grocery stores)
  • 85% Ground Angus Round – $2.99/lb (great deal)
  • Bell peppers or cucumbers – 10/$10
  • Progresso Soup – 10/$10
  • Hunts tomatoes (diced or crushed) – 10/$10 (stock up!)
  • Barilla Pasta – 10/$10 (best all year, good pasta)
  • Kellogg’s cereals – $1.99/box
  • Seedless Grapes – $1.99/lb
  • Green Beans – $.99/lb

Sunflower:

  • Whole roasted cashews – $5.99/lb
  • Cherries – $1.29/lb
  • Olathe! Sweet Corn (or red bell peppers) – 3/$1
  • Organic walnuts – $5.99/lb
  • Squash – $.99/lb
  • Sockeye Salmon $7.77/lb

Sprouts:

  • Whole roasted cashews – $5.99/lb
  • Cherries – $1.29/lb
  • Olathe! Sweet Corn (or red bell peppers) – 3/$1
  • Organic walnuts – $5.99/lb
  • Squash – $.99/lb
  • Sockeye Salmon $7.77/lb

 

My Meal Plan:

  1.  Pasta! I ALWAYS have Classico sauce and Barilla pasta on hand.  It’s great boxed pasta and jarred tomato sauce lasts forever.  Jazz it up, though.  Cook down the tomato sauce with a little red wine or lightly oil brown a LOT of garlic and add the sauce.
  2. New York Strip – I’ll try to get pictures of this as a blog post if their steak is cut thick enough.
  3. Cider Glazed Pork Chops – a SUPER simple, SUPER fast and SUPER cheap meal.  It’s apple cider and apple juice with a little kick (red cayenne).
  4. Skillet Lasagna – I have some mozzarella to use up.  Also, lasagna is great but is SO MUCH WORK.  If you have 4+ people in your house it seems worth it, otherwise I feel like I’m eating lasagna for a month.  This version is made in a skillet, tastes just like the real thing and is easy.

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