Happy Ad Wednesday!

If your freezer is a bit low in the meat department HEB is here to help you this week. They’ve got enough poultry and pork on sale to get you squared away for the next six months, easy.  Sprouts has $2 brisket for the last day today, so get over there if you need some beef.  

Apples, both organic and conventional are at good prices this week, as are peaches, pomegranates and potatoes.  Sprouts has that 5lb sack of carrots for $2.50 again.  (mmmm…carrot cake!) Fiesta has cheap tomatillos and cilantro, if you felt like making some verde sauce.

Finally, HEB has a dozen roses for $7.99. Your mom is good people and you should bring her some roses for putting up with you and your particular brand of crazy. No? Just me?  Fine then. Go. Stock the freezer while I linger here a bit in the floral department. I see how it is.

It’s double-ad day at Sprouts, so there are several good deals for today only, check it out. Here’s the list!


red seedless grapes                                                77c/lb


xl California peaches                                            88c/lb

HCF split chicken breast, value pack               $1/lb

Boston Butt pork roast, whole, bone-in          $1/lb

HEB seasoned chicken leg meat for fajitas      $1/lb (value pack)

HEB natural ground turkey, 1lb chub                 $1/ea

HCF chicken thighs or drums                                99c/lb   

HEB Hummus, 16oz                                                  $3.98/ea



cilantro                                                                       25c/ea

Iceberg lettuce                                                           89c/ea

tomatillos                                                                   69c/lb

bulk pinto beans                                                        33c/lb

Goya pinto, black or garbanzos, 29oz can         $1/ea (limit 5)

Oscar Meyer turkey bologna or salami, 16oz     $1/ea

pomegranates                                                              99c/ea

russet potatoes, 5lb bag                                           $1.50/ea



pork loin, whole                                                     $1.79/lb

Gala apples                                                               87c/lb

Bartlett pears                                                          87c/lb

broccoli crowns                                                       87c/lb

Blue Bell, half gallon                                             $3.99 (must buy 2)

   (note: Blue Bell has a new recall, read here for details)

Fresh French bread                                                99c/ea

Lucerne eggs, dozen                                              79c/ea

$5 Friday

                 12 oz Coke cans, 20pk                     $5/ea

                 Lou Ana vegetable oil, 128 oz        $5/ea

                 Bertolli olive oil, 25.5 oz                  $5/ea

                 Eckrich rope sausage, 42oz            $5/ea



             I use a lot of these things. Maybe you do too. Stock up.



seedless grapes                                                      88c/lb

red, yellow or orange bell peppers                   98c/ea

organic Honeycrisp apples                                  $1.98/lb

eggplant                                                                   98c/ea (my guess is this is an error, and they meant /lb)

russet potatoes, 5lb bag                                      $1.50/ea

organic carrots, 5lb bag                                      $2.50/ea

hot house cucumbers                                           98c/ea


Today ONLY:

                 strawberries, 1lb                      88c/ea

                 Honeydew melons                  88c/ea

                 cantaloupes                               88c/ea

                 beef brisket                               $2/lb

                 pork or chicken sausage        $2/lb




organic pomegranates                    $1.49/ea


Trader Joe’s

white peaches                                     59c/lb


Appletastic Time is here! Central Market has everything apple, a recipe contest, and all sorts of things to taste.  While I don’t spend a ton of my grocery $$$ there, it’s fun to visit during their ‘festivals’, so you might give it a try.


Happy Shopping, Cheepsters!


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