Grapes are less than a buck a pound everywhere, but Sprouts wins the race with 69c/lb green grapes. Given the forecast, if you want to try making raisins, this is your week!
It’s also Hatchapalooza time, with people jamming Hatch chili peppers into everything and anything. Central Market’s flyer this week has ‘Hatch yellow onions’ listed as a special, with those words next to a photo of an ordinary yellow onion. People just slap the word hatch in front of anything over at CM, I think. They’ve also got a Hatch chili cheesecake, I like chili peppers of all sorts, but this time of year CM cracks me up–click the link at the bottom to check it out yourself.
In other produce news, avocados are 25c and limes are 12/$1 at Fiesta, so that’s a good thing. Randalls has bone-in chicken breast and leg portions for 99c/lb and sourdough rounds for 99c, which you can put together and have most of a meal ready to go.
green seedless grapes 68c/lb
Fuji or Granny Smith apples 99c/lb
black plums 98c/lb
Hatch chili peppers 79c/lb (38 1/2th st only)
country style pork ribs, family pack 97c/lb (Fiesta limit)
bscb, family pack $1.58/lb (Fiesta limit)
Fiesta stack pack bacon, 24oz $3.99/lb (Fiesta limit)
Ragu pasta sauce 99c/ea
split chicken breasts, drums or thighs 99c/lb
sourdough bread, 16oz loaf 99c/ea
Skinner pasta, 12oz. 33c/ea
Ragu pasta sauce 99c/ea (limit 4)
black seedless grapes 87c/lb
Fuji apples or large peaches 88c/lb
red or black plums 97c/lb
xl tomatoes 97c/lb
chicken drums or thighs, value pack $1/lb
bone-in pork chops or ground pork $1.97/lb (grackle)
center cut loin/rib pork chops or whole pork tenderloin $2.97/lb (less grackle)
local organic tomatoes $1.79/lb
organic kale $1.50/ea
Weekly Flyer Links
- HEB: grackle less grackle
- Central Market
- Wheatsville: meat & produce other groceries
- Trader Joes
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Hatch green chile ends in an e.
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