Shaw’s Deals 3/16 – 3/22

You can view Shaw’s weekly circular online here.  I recommend you sign up to have it delivered to your inbox because each week you will receive an exclusive, e-mail only, Shaw’s coupon.

Be sure to sign up for a Shaw’s Rewards Card.  With this you can receive instant savings at check out.  You will want to register your Shaw’s Rewards Card number with Upromise and SavingStar to start banking eCoupon Rewards.

Shaw’s does double manufacturer’s coupons up to $ .99.  It’s good to read their Official Coupon Policy before shopping.  It’s also a good idea to read through the current Shaw’s Catalinas before making your shopping list.

Shaw’s Coupons:

  • $1.00/1 Wild Harvest Organic Carrots 2 lb. Bag
  • $1.00/1 lb. or more Fresh North Atlantic Flounder Fillets
  • $1.00/1 lb. or more Bay Scallops (previously frozen, farm raised)
  • $1.00/1 Value Pack, 3 lbs. or more, Shaw’s Top Round Steak
  • $1.00/1 Wild Harvest Instant Oatmeal
  • $1.00/1 Wild Harvest Organic Syrup 12 oz.
  • $1.00/1 Shaw’s Dried Plums 18 oz
  • $1.00/2 Shaw’s Apple Juice 64 oz
  • $1.00/1 Homelife Trash Bags 20-30 ct.
  • $1.00/1 Homelife Disinfectant Wipes 75 ct.

More Shaw’s Coupons & Savings Offers:

If you shop with children be sure to stop at the courtesy desk and pick up a Kids Club Card.  This card entitles your child to 1 free banana or red delicious apple for the produce department!  A healthy alternative to the cookies offered at the bakery.  At check out the banana or apple will be weighed, then the card scanned.

I have posted the Shaw’s March Monthly Savings with coupon match ups as well.  Prices are effective 3/2 – 3/29.  I will update this post throughout the month as coupons expire and new ones become available.

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Food City Deals 3/16 – 3/22

Here are the top Food City Deals for the week of 3/16 – 3/22.  Food City does double manufacturer’s coupons up to $ .99!

Locations:

  • Turners Falls
  • Bridgton
  • Lisbon Falls
  • St. Albans
  • Wilton
  • Livermore Falls
  • Turner

Produce:

  • Zucchini or Summer Squash $ .99 lb.
  • Celery $1.29
  • Russet Potatoes $ .79 lb.
  • Broccoli Crowns $ .99 lb.
  • Mini Carrots 1 lb. Bag $ .99

Meat:

  • Perdue Oven Stuffer Roaster Chicken $ .99 lb.
  • Cook’s Shank Portion Hams $1.39 lb.
  • Cook’s Butt Portion Ham $1.69 lb.
  • Chicken Thighs $1.09 lb.
  • Whole Chicken Breasts $1.69 lb.

3 Day Sale (Fri., Sat. & Sun.):

  • Boneless & Skinless Chicken Breasts $1.77 lb.
  •  Family Pack Country Style Pork Spareribs $1.55 lb.
  • Bone-In Pork Sirloin Roast or Rib Roast $1.69 lb.

Deli:

  • Willow Brook Farms Hickory Smoked Turkey Ham $3.39 lb.
  • Russer Virginia Baked Ham $3.99 lb.
  • Russer Lit Bologna or Salami $3.99 lb.

3 Day Sale (Fri., Sat. & Sun.):

  • Stella Provolone or Mozzarella Cheese $3.69 lb.
  • Hormel Premium Domestic Ham $2.99 lb.

Dairy:

Hood Creamers Regular & Fat Free 32 oz. $1.00

Land O’ Lakes Soft Margarine Quarters 16 oz $1.50
- $1.00/2 Land O Lakes Margarine in the 1/8 SS1
$1.00 each wyb 2

Heluva Good! Cheese Sticks $2.00
- $ .50/1 Heluva Good! Product
$1.00

Stonyfield Yogurt 6 oz Cups $ .60
- $ .50/3 Stonyfield Organic Yogurt 6 oz Cups
$ .27 each wyb 3
Don’t forget to enter your yogurt codes @ My Stonyfield Rewards!

Egg-Lands Best Eggs Dozen White Large or Extra Large $2.50
- $1.00/2 Egglands Best Eggs in the 10/2/11 SS, 11/14 SS or 1/29 SS
$2.00 each wyb 2

Newman’s Own Beverages 59 oz $1.50
- $ .75/1 Newman’s Own Diet Virgin Lemonade
- $ .75/1 Newman’s Own Diet Virgin Lemonade
FREE!

Chobani Greek Yogurt 6 oz. Cup $1.00
- $ .30/1 Chobani Greek Yogurt 6 oz
$ .40

Frozen:

Tina’s Burritos 3/$1.00

Freschetta Pizza $2.50
- $1.50/2 Freschetta Multi Serve Pizza in the 3/4 SS
$1.75 each wyb 2

Grocery:

Country Kitchen Whole Grain White Bread Buy One, Get One FREE – 3 Days Only (Fri., Sat. & Sun.)

Ocean Spray Fruit Snacks $2.00
- $ .50/1 Ocean Spray Fruit Snacks in the 2/5 GM
- $1.00/2 Ocean Spray Fruit Snacks in the 3/11 SS
As low as $1.00

Eight O’ Clock Coffee 11-12 oz $4.99
$2.00/2 Bags of Eight O’ Clock Coffee
$3.99 each wyb 2

Sunsweet Plum Smart Juice Reg. or Light 48 oz $3.29
- $ .75/1 Sunsweet PlumSmart or PlumSmart Light Juice
$1.79

Minute Maid Drinks 10 pk. $2.00
- $1.00/1 Any Variety Minute Maid Juice Box 10 – pack (not sure if the coupon will match up – let us know!)
$1.00

Doritos Tortilla Chips Buy One, Get One FREE
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$ .75/2 Doritos 11 oz or larger in the 2/26 PE (exp. 3/17!)
Price ?

Household & Pet:

O-Cel-O sponges 2 ct. Asst. Varieties $1.79
- $ .75/2 O-Cel-O Scrub SpongesIF included in the sale
$1.04 each wyb 2

Friskies Dry Cat Food 3.15 lb. Bag $3.99
- $ .50/1 Purina Friskies brand dry cat food 3.15lbs or larger in the 1/15 SS
$2.99

Friskies Party Mix Cat Treats $1.50
- $ .50/1 Purina Friskies Cat Treats in the 2/19 RP
$ .50

FREE Quart of Clark & Kensington Paint @ Ace – 3/17

Ace is the place to pick up another FREE Quart of Clark & Kensington Paint.  When I viewed their onlin circular I saw the coupon is printed in the flyer as well.  This is the 3rd weekend in a row Ace has offered this great freebie.

There is a limit of 40 free quarts per store so go early.  I checked their web site and it’s a value of $16.49 per quart.

What project will you be using your paint for?

Get Growing! 3/15

This week I took inventory of seed packets that I currently have and made a list of those I need to purchase.  I still had a packet of organic parsley seeds.  Sawyer enjoyed starting those seedlings for me as well as some Alyssum and Cosmos flowers.  My plan this week is to start the Kale seedlings and to purchase a garden journal/notebook.

Last August when Davey Baby’s father passed away we inherited the family farm.  Now at first thought you’d think, “Cool!  A whole farm?!”

But let me tell that the farmhouse is 200+ years old.  The barn is ………. well……………. let’s just say we are trying to decide whether it would be best to just to start over.  The field has been used by an area farmer.  But there hasn’t been a garden or animals on the land in over 35+ years.  The property has been used and abused.  I can’t tell you the amount of just plain junk and trash left everywhere.  Our family is making progress at cleaning it up, but the reality is that it’s going to take many years to bring the beauty of the property out.  We are going to have to do it all on a shoestring budget but I think there is such promise there.

Walking around the property this weekend I was absolutely shocked and thrilled to discover a patch of cranberries!  The patch that is visible is about 12′ X 20′.  I know the patch is larger though because I could feel and hear them popping under our feet as we walked over the tall grass surrounding it.  I never in a million years thought I’d need to learn how to cultivate a cranberry patch, but you can bet I’m going to learn all I can!

I also discovered something not so exciting on the property.  I huge paper wasp nest!  Part of me was saying “Kill it!” The other half of me was thinking I’d love to put this in the classroom somehow.  I have know idea how to get rid of the larva and keep the nest intact.  I have a small window of time to decide what I want to do with it.  What would you do?

The Maine Co-operative Extension has become a close friend this week.  :)

They’ve mailed me many soil test kits.  I need to take multiple samples of the field the farmer has used.  We want to turn it back into pasture land for sheep.  But before we have it seeded with Timothy grass we need to know if the field is safe for livestock and whether or not we need to amend the soil in any way.

They also sent me information on growing fruit trees in Maine.  We want to plant a small orchard in the same pasture as the sheep.  I want to purchase hearty trees that will succeed in Maine’s changing weather and are also disease resistant.  I have some reading to do!

This years goals for the farmhouse property:

  • Plant 3-4 Sugar Maple Trees along the driveway.
  • Reseed the farmer’s field and return it back to a pasture.
  • Plant 6 – 8 apple trees in the pasture.
  • Raise 2 pigs in an area we want turned over for transplanting 12 blueberry bushes in the fall.
  • Work on reclaiming the cranberry patch.
  • Plant a row of Rhubarb.

How are your gardening adventures coming along?