Happy Ad Wednesday!

Welcome to Wednesday! I wasn’t quite ready for it, so today’s post is more of a PM post than an AM post.  If you found yourself frantically refreshing, wondering if I’d abandoned you, I’m sorry.  See someone about that, though, because you might have a problem.  Moving on!

Central Market has moved from Italy on to some kind of cheddar mayhem. So if you’ve got $20 and want a pound of cheese, you know where to go.

We have all kinds of apples on sale for less than $1/lb, and organics for under $2/lb, so if you were thinking of perfecting your apple pie recipe now’s the time. Also, invite me over.  Double also, what are you thinking? It’s 95 degrees out. Don’t turn the oven on! Bake in November when it’s only 85.

This week three places have organic potatoes on sale, which normally I don’t even see in one flyer, so if you’re an organic potato shopper this is your week! Russets, Red and Yukon Golds are all on sale.

Pork chops, grapes, cantaloupes and cheese are all on loss-leader prices this week, so stock up!


chicken drums & thighs combo, family pack       69c/lb (Fiesta limit)

mixed pork chops, family pack                                $1.49/lb (Fiesta limit)

snack size gala apples                                              29c/ea (DD)

large pomegranates                                                   $1.69/ea

Russet potatoes, 5lb bag                                           $1.50/ea (DD)

Roma tomatoes                                                             44c/lb

Fiesta brand vegetable oil, gallon                        $4.99/ea

Fiesta saltines                                                             99c/ea


bscb                                                                   $1.99/lb

Honeycrisp apples                                           $1.59/lb (DD)

Pantry Essentials brand milk, gallon            $2.50/ea

Oak Farms ice cream, half gallon                 $2.50/ea

Lucerne cheese, 2lb brick or shredded        $5/ea (FRI only)


blackberries, 6oz                                             97c/ea 

Fuji apples, 3lbs                                            $1.77/ea (DD)

Gala apples                                                       97c/lb (DD)

kale, spinach, lettuce                                       98c/lb (DD)

Hass avocados                                                    39c/ea (grackle only)(C15)

organic Russet potatoes, 3lbs                         $3.47/ea (DD)

baby back ribs, whole in bag                           $2.97/lb (limit 2)



black seedless grapes                                         88c/lb (DD)

cantaloupes                                                             88c/ea (C15)

organic Honeycrisp apples                                 $1.98/ea (DD)

Gala, Jonagold or Cameo apples                        98c/lb (DD)

pork sirloin chops, boneless                                $1.79/lb

bulk rolled oats                                                           50c/lb

Whole Foods

organic red or yellow bell peppers                                  98c/ea (DD)

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possibly organic potatoes in sacks, but since all I’ve got is this to go on it’s hard to know, since ‘sack’ isn’t a standard unit.  It certainly looks like a deal, with the saving of $4.01 and all, but you’ll have to let me know if you visit WF.


organic green bell peppers                                    99c/lb (DD)

Smart Chicken thighs or drums                          $1.99/lb

organic potatoes: Red, Russet, Yukon Gold       99c/lb (DD)

Weekly Flyer Links

That’s it for this week. Signing off. Cheep Cheep!


2 thoughts on “Happy Ad Wednesday!

    • It’s not unusual. Personally, I like to buy pork loin roasts when they hit $1.99/lb, because they’re a good fit for how my family eats. I buy pork butts and shoulders when they get close to $1/lb–they’re on sale a few times per year at $1.39 or so, and more rarely at lower prices.

      Thanks for checking in!


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