Here are some of the deals (and heads up!) YOU found recently — Thanks! How do you share your own deal?
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- *** Disclaimer: All of the deals below come straight from readers.
- Christina M. comments: “The Costco in Oak Brook has an Oregon table wine called Evolution for $11. It’s an excellent white blend and is $15 at Binny’s and on the winery’s website. We paid $40 for it at a restaurant before finding it at Costco!”
- CHRISTINE says: “Beware of the bacon! I like to put mine in the oven on a cookie sheet with foil or a cooling rack below it. My family did not care for it this way. I had to fry it. It is really fatty. It fell apart when I separated it too. I didn’t care for it.”
- Denise shares: “Our college kids take bags of the [Namaste blend] gluten-free flour with them when they go to school. One is gluten-free, the other has gluten-free friends and they both swear by this flour. They particularly like it for pancakes and the non-gluten free folks like them too”
- On the Chromecast, Karen warns: “My husband bought one new for $35 a couple months ago. The signal was not strong enough ( we have max internet speeds) and it didn’t work right for us.”
- Raegan posts on Facebook: “I saw a bunch of [Bob's Red Mill] on clearance at Antioch Jewel. Might be worth looking for.“
- A heads up from Sabrina: “Just an FYI..I bought the hefty odor shield lemon 45ct box today and my mperks didn’t come off. I noticed right away so I showed the cashier the mperks and she manually deducted $3.”
- From juli: “The meijer brand ketchup has no hfcs :)”
- Becky is wondering: “Hi Rachel, Have you or anyone else subscribed through [discountednewspapers.com]? Is this a reputable company? I’ve never heard of them until now. Thanks for any advice!”
- Deanna posts on Facebook: “Does Costco regularly carry other Horizon Organic Products? I have been wondering where I could get a good deal for creamer, heavy whipping cream, milk, cheese, etc but don’t have a membership at Costco“
- Melissa responds: “Costco has quite a few organic items (not sure about the horizon brand specifically). I bought organic humus about a month ago and it was fantastic.“
- From anne: “Peaches [or anyone]–Which [Jewel] location did you find the cheddar [Food Should Taste Good chips] in?? That’s actually the flavor I’d like to try and the two locations near me only have jalapeño and multigrain…Thanks for your help!!”
- Sanee on Facebook is wondering too: “Can anyone tell me which jewel location has the cheddar flavored chips?? Thanks!!”
- From ellen for a homemade chicken soup: “I have a 12 qt. stock pot that I use for chicken noodle soup. I take a washed whole chicken and put it in the pot with enough water to cover it. i add salt and pepper to taste. Cover and bring to a boil and then turn down to a simmer and let it go untill the chicken is very tender and starts to fall apart. I take the chicken out of the pot and let it cool a bit so i can pull all the meat off of it. i like to leave the chicken in good sized pieces. Then i put the chicken meat back in the pot with a pound of peeled and sliced carrots, a big onion diced and as much sliced celery as you like. I also add either sage or thyme to taste. I simmer that for about another hour or so. I suppose you could add the uncooked noodles right to the soup but for some reason i have always cooked my noodles seperately and then added them to the soup. Check your soup for seasonings and you should be good to go.”
- Jen k says: “Lunch ideas: homemade lunchAbles – put some lunch meat or cheese plus crackers and raisins/craisins. We have a lunch container with divided compartments so we do that type of lunch almost daily. Also veggies and dip. My older daughter likes to make her own wraps with hummus and turkey. Many leftovers can go in the thermos: Mac and cheese, pasta, meatballs. Sloppy joe meat, chicken soup, hot dogs cut up… We use a Yumbox for Ms. 7 – she only has to open the lid and all compartments are accessible. It saves time having to open 5 different containers, and she actually eats all of her lunch. Better yet, she loves to MAKE her lunch! The “dip” container is truly leakproof.”
- Kelly shares: “Lunch Ideas: Here are 2 ideas that worked well for my kids. Chip Pizzas a.k.a chips & salsa & shredded cheddar. I bag everything separately–Tostitos Scoops, salsa, and shredded cheese. They dip and sprinkle. Idea #2 is cereal. Not very clever but always a sure-fire winner and quick to make on those hurried mornings. Most schools provide milk so I put their cereal in a Tupperware bowl and they are good to go.”