House cleaning is like stringing beads with no knot at the end of the thread.

"Usually the Lord gives us the overall objectives to be accomplished and some guidelines to follow, but he expects us to work out most of the details and methods." -Ezra Taft Benson-

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Bulk buy info

Olive Oil on sale at Bartell’s Drugs thru 14 March. STAR brand, 17 oz for $3.99. Choose Extra Virgin if possible.  Look for bottles that are clear with no debris resting on the bottom. Store to the rear of your cupboard out of sunlight. Peggy wraps all her precious oils in brown paper wrap with tape to protect in the event of an earthquake.  Bartell’s also has whole grain Barilla Pasta for $.99 per 15 oz package.
Fred Meyer Specials
This is the sixth month of testing the specials at Fred Meyer (Kroger) for families who are stocking their 90-day and long term pantries. Fred Meyer, with their weekly coupons, are still showing a strong lead for economy in offering at least 1 meat or poultry product, 2 or 3 fresh fruits and veggies (some organic) and at least 8 or 9 coupons each week that save you money on staples like canned tomatoes, canned beans for those of you who are just learning how to cook with and eat beans in casseroles and entrees, and in milk/dairy/juice with weekly coupons. They have had coupons for medium cheddar cheese (2# loaf) every other week in their Sales Flyers. I receive my flyer in my email inbox by signing up at Fred Meyer
Restocking your pantry:  The prices and names of products that will be available for May pickup in Kent will be emailed to you the first week in April. You will have 9 days to place your order.We also are becoming more certain that we will have boxes of dried cranberries and Thompson Raisins as well.
Bahnmiller’s Frozen Fruit (in 5 pound bags):
We will have more bags of Bahnmiller’s fresh nearly chemical free frozen fruit in early May.These bags are 5 pounds each, individually frozen fruit from Washington farmers. We will send you the order information the 3rd week of April.This should tide you over until Al Bahnmiller harvests the new crop of strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries in 2010.

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