Saturday, August 13, 2016

IGA Meat Deals


IGA has the country style pork ribs on sale this week for 99¢ a pound, which is the lowest price we see them for here. We like to make them in the crock pot with barbecue sauce.  Time to stock up on them. 

I dropped off the garbage this morning and went to get some and ended up buying four packages. I have one of them going in the crockpot now and put the other three packages in the freezer. 

I also found two packages of meat on markdown. One was one pound of ground beef with a $3.00 off coupon, which I bought for $2.03. I'm going to make taco salad with it for lunch today. 

The other was a package of pork cut up like beef stew, which was $2.00. I was standing there wondering what to do with it, but I bought it. I can make a pork fried rice or something with it sometime. It was too good of a price to pass up today. I also put it in the freezer as well. 

So, for dinner tonight I will serve the ribs with mashed potatoes and green beans with onions and olive oil for seasoning. I've also already made a gallon of sweet iced tea for dinner. 

What's for dinner at your house today?

Belinda
~ Living within our Means ~

6 comments :

  1. Nice deals! what about a crock pot, pork stew?

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    1. That's a good idea, Carol. Thanks!

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  2. We are having hot and sweet sausage in the crock pot for sandwiches with green peppers, onions, and pasta sauce. I am making a salad and fries too. Cheryl

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    1. Cheryl, that sounds so good! Where I grew up near Chicago they used to make Italian Beef Sandwiches with Italian Sausage and called it a combo. They were so good. :)

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  3. My bargain of the week was boneless, skinless chicken breasts on a markdown at $.99 a pound. Four chicken breasts for $3.38. They are in the freezer.

    Great buy on the pork. We love pork here.

    No dinner here since we were at a firefighters softball game all day. Some of the firefighters smoked pork overnight and made fabulous pulled pork sandwiches. Amazing....

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    1. Wow, Mary Lou, that is GREAT price for boneless, skinless chicken breasts! I would have some of that in my freezer as well.

      Your pulled pork sandwiches sound good too, we like those here as well. :)

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