July 30, 2019
When I was a kid, I wanted nothing more than to be a contestant on “Supermarket Sweep,” a game show that culminated with people running through a supermarket at top speed.
It wasn’t a good show, but it was fun, and it combined two of my favorite things, Read the rest of this entry »
December 12, 2018
One of my hard and fast weight loss rules is to never grocery shop when you’re hungry. Wandering the aisles on an empty stomach will lead to impulse purchases and poor choices.
I’ve heard this rule since I was a kid, and I’ve stuck to it as much as possible over the past eight years. I share it often, because I know Read the rest of this entry »
May 11, 2017
I never thought the day would come where I’d be a Costco member, but that day is here. And I have a creepy serial killer photo in the corner of my membership card to prove it!
Check out this creepster!
I’ve resisted Costco for years and years, mostly because I’m Read the rest of this entry »
May 26, 2016
I’ve loved grocery shopping since I was a kid, when I would get my calculator and play supermarket cashier in my kitchen. Apparently when I was a toddler, I would tell people I wanted to be a mommy when I grew up, because mommies got to do the grocery shopping (in my family, at least).
I still get a kick out of grocery shopping, because it involves all sorts of fun things: Read the rest of this entry »
October 15, 2015
I’ve eaten these guys hundreds of times, and yet, when I saw them piled up like this at the store, I had no idea what they were. Do you know?
Give up? They’re… Read the rest of this entry »
January 9, 2014
…Hot sausage and mustard. While we’re in the mood, Cold jelly and custard!
I’m not even a fan of Oliver! and yet that song has been stuck in my head, because I’m just wrapping up a monstrous grocery shopping excursion. I can’t remember the last time I spent so much money on groceries.
And boy, did I need it. My cupboards were bare. My fruit bowl was nearly empty, except for Read the rest of this entry »
August 27, 2013
I was driving home the other day, and it occurred to me that my kitchen inventory was running low. I need to go to the store, I told myself, and minutes later, an answer presented itself. I was getting my mail, when a single sheet of paper somehow managed to break free from the bundle of Pennysaver circular ads that had been unceremoniously shoved into my mailbox. It was for a grocery store I had never heard of, and man, it was advertising killer prices!
Three pounds of apples for $1? Seven pounds of onions for $1? Holy crap, that’s awesome! (It also promoted flap meat for $4 a pound, and if you know what flap meat is, would you pretty please enlighten me in the comments section?)
The store is called Sunland Produce, and it’s Read the rest of this entry »