Wednesday, September 25, 2013

QFC Grocery Basket 9/25

Next Saturday our great-granddaughter, Miss AslynGrace, is turning one year old and there is gonna be a big party.  Even her great-aunts from Florida and Chicago are making the trip for this momentous occasion.  So the Bradster and I headed out for Silverdale to get her a present.  Afterwards we went to our favorite eatery, Silver City Brewing, and shared a seriously good Greek pizza.  We ate the whole thing.

Both of us really like Robert De Niro so we went to see his latest movie, The Family.  Even though it hasn't gotten stellar reviews we enjoyed the heck out of it.  This is the story of a mob boss and his psychopathic family who are in the witness protection program.  They are looked after by FBI agent Tommy Lee Jones who keeps moving them around because they always end up killing somebody and have to leave town.

The wife is played brilliantly by Michelle Pfeiffer who the Bradster thinks is looking mighty fine at age 55.  And she is.  Her supermarket scene was priceless.

This movie may not be everybody but if you want some entertainment on a blustery Monday afternoon and you don't mind laughing at a little violence, you might like it.

Okay, let's do the ad.  If you are gearing up for holiday baking QFC is offering their Private Selection spices for $1.99 each if you buy 4.  This is a good deal and their quality is supposed to very good.

Here are the highlights this week:

Private Selection Spices - $1.99/ea when you buy 4
Private Selection Tea Bags - $1.49/20ct when you buy 4
Starbucks Coffee - $6.99/12oz
Kroger Sour Cream/Cottage Cheese - $1.25/16oz
Kroger Brats - $3.49/16oz
Bartlett Pears - $1/lb
Colored Bell Peppers - $1/ea
Dole Cole Slaw - $1.50/ea
Honeycrisp Apples - $1.99/lb
Mayan Sweet Onions - $1/lb
Leaf Lettuces - $1.50/head
Peaches/Nectarines - $1.49/lb

4-Day Sale (Friday - Monday)

Local Corn - 6/$2
QFC Butter - $1.99/lb
Dave's Killer Bread - $3.99/loaf
Boar's Head Sandwich - $4.99/ea

If you are doing any tailgating or football partying you might consider grilling up the brats with the onions and peppers that are also on sale.  When the new crop pears start coming in we know that we are at the tail end of the peaches and nectarines, so if you want to put some up for the freezer or make jam, you better hop to it.

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