Thursday, April 15, 2010

Date night: gluttony without guilt and boy are we cheap

I've been making a string of purchases recently that has left me feeling a little gluttonous and guilty.

However, last night, I was able to enjoy a lot of gluttony guilt-free.

A Fairway has opened in Westchester! Hurray!

Josh and I like to go to supermarkets together and work out the best deals so a new supermarket is like a date night.

Fairway did not disappoint. It was HUMONGOUS. They sold everything! Here are some happy acquisitions:

1. Unsalted, organic pistachios (I can't find these any where else) for $6 a lb.
2. 3 bagels for a dollar (my mom said they were sub-par and even the kids refused to eat them after toasting and a cream cheese lathering)
3. Lox for only $8 a lb!!!!!! (it was the "ends" pieces, they don't look so nice but they taste the same as their good looking counterparts).
4. Muir Glen Organic canned tomatoes for $1.20 a can.
5. Extra large eggs for $1.
6. Organic milk for $2.50 a half gallon. Conventional milk for $1.89 a gallon.
7. The nicest looking tilapia I've ever seen for $4 a lb.
8. Strawberries for $1.25 lb.
9. Green beans for $1 a lb

It goes on and on. One nice thing was that we didn't have to buy huge quantities of anything and there are no club cards or coupons to deal with. Then again, maybe my mother in law gets better deals, I wouldn't want to go head to head with her. I think sometimes they end up paying her to take stuff out of their stores.

Any way, as if this wasn't enough excitement, we also got $10 off $75 - It was a little nerve wracking trying to get to exactly $75, but we did it. $75.66 to be exact.

I don't remember the last time I was this excited with my husband. I can't wait to go back because we have another one of those $10 off $75 coupons.

4 comments:

Savvy Gal said...

now is the season for yummy strawberries.

Cassandra Jupiter said...

Hi Savvy Gal, I have been enjoying reading your blog for a few weeks! I found it through JCA.
Any way, I don't generally blog about fashion so you probably won't find that much of interest on my blog, but it's nice to see you.
I told my MIL about the Armani scarf/necklace and she has attempted to make it. When it's complete, I will take a picture and send to you so that you can update your blog. It might be a few iterations before we can both get it right. She lives in another state from me so it's been discussions over the telephone of how it should be made.

Farnk said...

I can just imagine how happy Josh was to get that $10 off! Intelligent food shopping is the new cultural paradigm - and especially when you don't have to buy in huge quantities. I like buying local whenever possible, though, and the prices for me don't determine the value.

Clive said...

this is like a video game- head shot! head shot! double kill! multi kill! quad damage ! kasama is DOMINATING !