The other thing that I noticed is that QFC is selling fresh halibut for $16.99 a pound so jump on it. I was kind of surprised because the world's best fish lady gave me all these reasons that it wouldn't be under $20 this year. I'm not complaining here.
Here are the deals that I'm looking at:
Starbucks coffee - $6.99 (S/3/25 coupon for $1.50)
Tide - $4.99 when you buy 4 (S/3/11 coupon for $1.00 - I'm told that detergent is a good deal if you can get it for .10 an ounce)
Philadelphia Cream Cheese - $1
QFC butter - 3 for $5
QFC sour cream & cottage cheese - $1/16oz
Gold Medal flour - $2.50/5lb
Wild caught halibut - $16.99/lb
Asparagus - $1.38/lb
Driscoll's strawberries - 3 for $5
Green onions or radish bunch - .50/ea
Tomatoes on the vine - $1.99/lb
Yams or sweet potatoes - .99/lb
This morning when I got up it was 25 degrees. The hummers were working hard trying to get at the frozen nectar, so I took some shots. I'm thinking of taking a photography class up at the College when I'm retired, so maybe you will have better pictures, but you get the idea.