Food Waste In America – Those are Some Nice Melons

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This week when we picked up the “chicken scrap” boxes from Mr. Produce Guy, there were quite a few watermelons. And The Girl and I were VERY excited. We LOVE watermelon. And so do our pet chickens.

rotting food

Back in April of 2012 when I asked our local produce guy if we could collect extra scraps for our chickens, I wasn’t sure what to expect. But now I do. Although the food is different every week, it’s still pretty exciting to see what we can salvage from the boxes of discarded produce.

If I had to guess, most people don’t want to bother with sorting through damaged fruits and vegetables to find a few gems. But we don’t mind.

Feed Your Family for Free

After all, free food is free food, and not knowing what we are going to get each week, is just part of the adventure.

Life is good! :)

~Mavis

Would you like to see what else we have brought home over the past year?

Head on over HERE to read all the past stories and to see all the pictures.

If you have just stumbled upon this series and are wondering how I got all this food for free, you’ll want to read this story first.

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Mornings with Mavis – Free Kindle Books, Animal Pens, Dixie Paper Plates, Organization Deals, Timberland

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Hello Tuesday,

It sprinkled on and off all day yesterday so I got to stay inside and get some housework done! Yay for having a clean house. Miracles do happen people, they really do. ;)

 Mavis

Here are my favorite deals of the day:

free kindle books

Available Kindle Books I think are cool…

Baking Basics and Beyond: Learn These Simple Techniques and Bake Like a Pro FREE
Harvest Kitchen Cookbook $1.99 {I LOVE Gooseberry Patch Recipes!}
Fun Family Slippers $.99 or FREE for Amazon Prime Members
Terry Treetop and the Lost Egg FREE

The prices on Kindle Books can change quickly, so grab them while you can.

Cute Cartoon Animal Wooden Ball Point Pen

Now these are cute! Mt daughter found these 6 Cute Cartoon Animal Wooden Ball Point Pens on sale for just $1.99 shipped!

personalized address stamper

Amazon Local is offering a Personalized Stamper with Custom Faceplate for just $29 shipped.

Be sure and Sign up HERE so you’ll know what the daily deal is each day.

World Pride Nylon Handbag

Amazon has the World Pride Nylon Handbag on sale for $3.53 shipped. It comes in several different colors and the reviews are great!

Dixie Heavy Duty Paper Plates, 48 Count, 6.875 Inch

Back in stock!

Looking for a deal on paper plates? Get Dixie Heavy Duty Paper Plates, {48 Count, 6.875 Inch} for only $2.34 shipped when you use the subscribe and save option at checkout. PLUS… if you buy 3 you’ll get a 4th free with Amazon’s Back to School Essentials: Buy 3, Get 1 Free sale.

amazon storage dealsAmazon Home Organization Deals

Organize It All Closet Doubler $9.99
Sterilite 4-Shelf Shelving Unit, Platinum $29.97
Evriholder Magic Holder 5-Position Wall Organizer $11.04

Sluggo-organic-slug-killerAmazon has 2.5 pound bottles of Sluggo on Sale for $13.48. {Sluggo sells for $15.99 at my Home Depot}.

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Zulily has Woman’s Timberland Boots and Shoes on sale today. Get those penny loafers for just $34.99.

Already a Zulily Member? Go HERE to Get This Deal

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Discount Mags is offering a 1 year subscription to Family Circle Magazine for only $3.99 a year when you use code MAVIS at checkout. This deal will expire tonight 8/27/13 at midnight EST so be sure and grab your subscription before then.

Freezer Meal Recipe -  Cilantro Lime Chicken

Looking for something to make ahead of time? Check out my Freezer Meal Recipe for Cilantro Lime Chicken. We had this last night and it was delish!

Victorio Food Strainer and Sauce Maker

If you plan on making tomato sauce this fall you might want to get a Victorio Food Strainer and Sauce Maker. Amazon has it on sale right now for $51.58 shipped.

shari's berries chocolate dipped strawberries

Groupon has$30 worth of Gourmet Strawberries from Shari’s Berries for only $15.

New to Groupon? Join Groupon Here!

Mrs. Meyer's Sunflower Cleaning Products

The winners of the Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Sunflower Giveaway are:

Janice who said : “Lavender and citrus.”

Megan who said “Flowering crab-apple tree – more specifically the one on my Dads farm….in the spring. Amazing.”

You will be contacted via email shortly and have 24 hours to claim your prize. :)

Hidden Valley Farmhouse dressing

Print a coupon good for $1.50 off any Hidden Valley Farmhouse dressing

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Freezer Meals – Ground Beef Pot Pie

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Freezer Meals - Ground Beef Pot Pie

If Monkey Boy and The Girl Who Thinks She’s a Bird had it their way, we’d be eating homemade pot pie every night for dinner. Chicken? Turkey? Beef? They’d choose that over just about anything I make. Making homemade pot pie might seem like a tough task, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll see it’s super easy and you’ll be able to whip them out in no time at all. Good thing too because the ones you find in the freezer section at the grocery store taste like cardboard compared to these!

pot pie start

Ingredients

5 pounds ground beef, browned and drained {I used Zaycon 97% lean ground beef}
5 pounds frozen vegetables
5 pounds, potatoes, cubed and cooked
5 jars Heinz Homestyle Gravy {or homemade}
1 tablespoon dried thyme
2 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon pepper
1 teaspoon dried oregano
5 double pie crusts {store bought or homemade}

pot pie filling

Directions

In a extra large bowl, combine all ingredients up to the pie crusts. Scoop mixture evenly into 5 unbaked pie crusts. Cover with top pie crust and brush an egg wash over the top. Wrap in plastic wrap and then foil. Label and freeze.

To cook after frozen, bake at 350 until gravy bubbles and pie crust tops are a nice golden brown {about 45 minutes -1 hour}. Cool slightly, serve and remember why comfort food rules.

** I place the pie dish on a cookie sheet and then turn on the oven. That way the pan has time to warm slowly and does not crack.

Fix, Freeze, Feast The Delicious, Money-Saving Way to Feed Your Family

Looking for more freezer meals? Check out the book Fix, Freeze, Feast: The Delicious, Money-Saving Way to Feed Your Family. I think it’s pretty awesome!

Here are a few more of my Freezer Meal Recipes:

Roadside Sliders Recipe

Easy Freezer Meal Meatballs

Peach Crisp Recipe

Cilantro Lime Chicken

Chicken Cacciatore

Chicken Casserole with Mashed Potato Topping

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Giveaway – THREE Botanical Interests Seed Collections

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This is Ryan, my online Horticulturist boyfriend, and his new bride, Devra. Me, my online boyfriend & his WIFE all in one pic? Talk about Awkward Family Photo! Actually, the more I look at it the more I think we could be models for the next Old Navy mannequin family. We even have the dog!

But let’s forget about photos for a minute & get down to business. We have some seeds to giveaway. Wahooo!

We stopped by Botanical Interests Seed Company on our Epic Road Trip to St. Jude to pick up some seeds they were kind enough to donate to the hospital. Of course they weren’t going to leave my readers empty handed. They are giving away not one, not two, but THREE Root Renaissance Seed Collections! Check out everything that’s included:

  • Beet Gourmet Blend Organic (2.5 Grams)
  • Carrot Carnival Blend Organic (700 Mg)
  • Carrot Cosmic Purple (800 Mg)
  • Parsnip All American (1 Gram)
  • Radish Watermelon Mantanghong (500 Mg)
  • Rutabaga American Purple Top (2 Grams)
  • Turnip Purple Top White Globe Organic (4 Grams)

Of course the seed packets themselves are gorgeous, and they package it all in an adorable gift box. Such a perfect giveaway for your fall garden!

botanical interests seeds

All you have to do to enter this giveaway is leave a comment below and let me know what your favorite root vegetable is?

My favorite? Cosmic purple carrots of course!

Just answer that one question and you’re entered to win. Life’s pretty complicated sometimes, so I like to keep things simple around here.

Rules

1 entry per person/ip address. If you cheat, you will totally be disqualified.

This giveaway ends Sunday, September 1st, 2013 @9 pm PST and the winners will be announced in the Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013 edition of Mornings with Mavis. You will be notified via email and have 48 hours to claim your prize. If you do not claim your prize within 48 hours, the prize will be forfeited.

Good Luck! I hope you win!

Mavis

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How to Dehydrate Potatoes

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How to Dehydrate Potatoes

I always seem to blink and my garden has buckets and buckets of potatoes for me to deal with all at once. I’m not complaining because there are ten thousand and one things you can make with them, but this year I decided to try something different: dehydrating them.

potatoes red wheelbarrow

The cool thing about dehydrating them is you’ll have them on hand when you’re sitting around craving the most delicious Homemade Scalloped Potatoes, but you’re feeling too lazy to do all that peeling and chopping. This will make your life way easier. You can also throw some in your winter soups.

potatoes slicer

Start by washing and peeling your potatoes. The number of potatoes you use depends on how many trays you have on your dehydrator. I can fit about 1-2 potatoes per tray depending on how big your trays/potatoes are.

sliced potatoes

Then I use a mandolin slicer to slice the potatoes about a 1/4 inch thick.

potatoes in water

Place the potato slices in an ice water bath and add a little lemon juice or fruit fresh to the water to prevent browning while you bring water to a boil in a large pot {a blanching pot if you have one}. After the water has reached a rolling boil, remove the potatoes from the ice water and place in the boiling water for about 4 minutes {set ice water aside for later}. Remove from boiling water and immediately run cold water over them while draining in a colander to stop the cooking process.

potatoes in dehydratoer

Drain and then carefully place the potato slices on the dehydrator trays or shelves. Set dehydrator to 125 degrees and dry until crisp {I set mine and left it overnight for about 8-10 hours and they were done when we woke up}. Canning jars work great to store them in, but any airtight container would work.

mandolin

Need a slicer?  Amazon has the Progressive International HGT-11 Folding Mandolin Slicer on sale right now.

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Mondays with Mavis – How to Feed Your Family for $100 a Month

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Albertsons $41.70

Last week I pretty much lounged around in bed because of my dental surgery.  So I decided to send The Girl Who Thinks She’s a Bird to Albertsons {with a small list} and this is what she came back with. Ha! Serves me right for sending a teenager to the grocery store alone.

She thought she scored the deal of the century when she was able to pick up 4 boxes of cereal and 2 gallons of milk for only $8. Although cereal was not on the list, she spotted $1.00/2 coupons on the cereal boxes and went wild.

The yogurt, cottage cheese, juice, soup {not chili} and Haggen Daz was for me and my soft foods diet. The canned chili was a surprise for her brother. Apparently she found a deal on breakfast sausages too because it looks like manager markdown stickers/coupons were removed from the packages.

For the most part, I think she did pretty good.

fresh corn

Garden Stand $3.00

The Girl and I were driving home and noticed someone had a sign for fresh corn at the end of their driveway. $0.50 an ear. I wasn’t able to have any but the HH said it was the best corn he had ever tasted. And I’m sure it was. Nothing beats fresh picked corn.

bartering basil

I did a bunch of bartering last week with friends and neighbors. You can see how all the deals played out HERE.

potatoes red wheelbarrow

Fresh from the Garden 

Let’s just say we are swimming in potatoes right now. ;) heirloom tomatoes

 Fresh from the Garden 

And tomatoes too. Wait until you see what I made with these beauties.

heirloom beets

Fresh from the Garden

Another thing we harvested a boatload of last week was beets. The are still chillin’ in the refrigerator and I’m not sure what I’m going to do with them yet. But once I figure it out, I’ll let you know.

food waste vegetables

Mr. Produce Guy – FREE

And last but not least, this is what we salvaged from our free produce boxes from Mr. Produce Guy last week. I don’t know about you, but I love free food. :)

How did you do with your grocery budget this week? Did you stock up on anything exciting?

~Mavis

Total Spent This Week $44.70

Total Spent This Year $1,496.01 - It’s official, I’m over for the year!

Total Spent This Year on Garden Seeds/Supplies $919.96{I bought a Meyer Lemon Tree, Rhubarb crowns, 6 Fruit Trees , 16 yards of soil}, Walla Walla Onions and 90 pounds of seed potatoesPlus, supplies to make my own potting soil. I also picked up a boatload of heirloom tomato plants at the Seattle Tilth sale.

Read more Shopping Trip Stories.

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Mornings with Mavis – Free Kindle Books, Swingline Laminator, Grocery Deals, Teva Shoes, Eating Well Magazine

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 Hello Monday. :)

Yesterday I dropped my camera on the kitchen floor and cracked my lens. I also put a pretty big dent in the side and there is no way to remove the filter so now I have to buy a new one. Boo!

Now I have to use my back up camera {or use my telephoto sports lens} so if the pictures are funky on the blog this week you’ll know why.

Here’s hoping that Monday is going to be AWESOME!

♥ Mavis

Swingline GBC Inspire Laminator

Today’s Amazon Gold Box Deal of the Day is the Swingline GBC Inspire Laminator on sale for only $14.99. Get laminator sheets HERE.

free kindle books

Available Kindle Books I think are cool…

Faces of Juicing FREE
The Power of Chia Seeds: Lose Weight & Feel Great FREE
Raw and Simple $9.50
2014 Farmers’ Almanac $5.99 {Snow is predicted for this years Super Bowl!}
Cheating on a Chicken Coop FREE

The prices on Kindle Books can change quickly, so grab them while you can.

amazon grocery deals

Q-Tips Cotton Swabs, 1875 Count $9.02 shipped when you use the subscribe and save option at checkout.
Dial Cranberry and Antioxidant Glycerin Soap Bar, 16 bars $7.54 shipped when you use the subscribe and save option at checkout.
Cascade Complete All-in-1 ActionPacs Dishwasher Detergent, Fresh Scent 85 Count $15.19 shipped when you clip the $.50 off coupon {must be logged into your account} and use the subscribe and save option at checkout.
Charmin Basic Toilet Paper 16 Double rolls $7.34 shipped when you clip the $0.25 off coupon {must be logged in to your account} and use the subscribe and save option at checkout.

amazon grocery deals
Grove Square Cappuccino {French Vanilla}, Single Serve K-Cups $7.98 shipped when you clip the 20% off coupon {must be logged into your account} and use the subscribe and save option at checkout.
Quaker Chewy Granola Bar, Chocolate Chip, 8-Count Bars (Pack of 6) $9.81/ $1.63 per box shipped when you clip the 20% off coupon {must be logged into your account} and use the subscribe and save option at checkout.
Quaker Instant Oatmeal, High Fiber, Maple Brown Sugar, 12.6-Ounce (Pack of 4) $8.15/ $2.03 per box shipped when you clip the $2.00 off coupon {must be logged into your account} and use the subscribe and save option at checkout.
GoGo Squeez Applesauce on the Go, 3.2-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 48) Apple Berry for $25.30 shipped when you use the subscribe and save option at checkout.

class dresses

Check out the Simple and Classic dresses Zulily has on sale today in their AA Studio Sale.  They’ve also got Teva sandals on sale too!

teva sale

Already a Zulily Member? Go HERE to Get This Deal

spanx tights sale

6pm has Spanx Tights starting at just $9.99 shipped!

eating well magazine cover

Discount Mags is offering a 1 year subscription to Eating Well Magazine for only $7.50 a year when you use code MAVIS at checkout. This deal will expire tonight 8/26/13 at midnight EST so be sure and grab your subscription before then.

Easy Freezer Meals - Peach Crisp Recipe

Got peaches? Whip up a few of these Peach Crisp Desserts and tuck them away in the freezer for later.

the washington state fair discounted tickets

Amazon Local is offering discounted tickets to the Washington State Fair {Formally the Puyallup Fair}

  • $24 ($49 value) for two gate admissions to the Fair and two unlimited single-day access passes to Luminasia
  • $72 ($100 value) for two gate admissions to the Fair and a 150-ticket Ride & Game Fun Card
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Mavis Butterfield | Backyard Garden Plot Pictures – Week 34 of 52

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Backyard Garden Plot Pictures – Week 34 of 52

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Well I finally figured out what kind of squash plant is growing in the half oak barrel next to the fence, Delicata Honeyboat. Have you ever tried it before? So far I have 3 squash growing and let me tell you Bob, I am keeping my fingers crossed.

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If you squint real hard you’ll be able to spot lettuce growing in the pallet gardens to the right. My guess is that by the end of September it should be ready to harvest.

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The ornamental strawberry corn is a little over 2 feet tall now. I spotted a few little ears of baby corn growing so I’m pretty excited. I know I won’t get a bumper crop or anything but if I can get enough to use for Thanksgiving decorations I’ll be happy.

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The biggest challenge right now with the bean tepees, is watering them. The squash vines are taking over and it’s getting hard to find a place to stand and water them. YES, I know I need to jimmy some sort of sprinkler system up there, but right now it’s a bit out of the question.

You know, honey do lists, back to school, cooking cleaning, walking the dog. Someday I’ll find the time.

garden greenhouse

It’s magical isn’t it? I am seriously loving my greenhouse right now.

purple cabbage

Take a look at the HUGE Chinese cabbage there on the right. Wowie zowie if the slugs don’t get it, it will be the largest one I’ve ever grown.

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Boo… I still need to weed those potato towers. :( On the plus side, they’re still alive. ;)

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A view from the back deck.

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It’s looking like a sea of green down at the pumpkin patch but I’m not sure how many we’ll get this year {last year it seemed like there were more} but I’ll be happy with pretty much anything I can get.

And in case you are wondering, the HH did not mow over any pumpkins this week. ;)

raspberry patch

Just so you know, I’m waiting for someone to call the garden police on me. I know the raspberry canes are dying, but man does the pathway look like crap or what? I seriously need to make a checklist and get some garden chores done. Pronto.

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Luckily the rhubarb is still alive. Yep, I think it might be time for a strawberry rhubarb pie here pretty soon.

Who wants to make one for me?

Pretty please?

~Mavis

Ryan Botanical Interests

This years garden is being sponsored by the awesome folks at Botanical Interests Seed Company. You can check out their website HERE, order their new 2013 Garden Seed Catalog HERE, or visit my online boyfriend Ryan’s blog HERE.

Up for a tour? Read about our behind the scenes tour of Botanical Interests Seed Company.

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Spiced Pear Muffins with Crumb Topping

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Spiced Pear Muffins with Crumb Topping

Sometimes I like to bake just so my house smells so good I’ll never want to leave. It’s like a scented candle, but the bonus is you get to eat the end results! I’m pretty sure my neighbors smelled these muffins baking. I’m surprised I didn’t have a line out the door wanting to be taste-testers. Good thing too because they would have eaten all of my delicious muffins. And trust me when I say once you’ve tried these, you won’t want anyone stealing even a bite of them from you!

basket of pears

Ingredients for muffins

1/2 cup packed brown sugar
1/4 cup white sugar
1 stick unsalted butter, softened
2 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 cup whole wheat flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
2 teaspoons cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup milk
2 medium pears, unpeeled and chopped
1/4 cup chopped candied ginger

Spiced Pear Muffins with Crumb Topping

Crumb Topping

1/3 cup sugar
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
2 tablespoons butter, cut into bits
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Directions

Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.

Place muffin cups in muffin tin & set aside.

In a stand mixer or large bowl cream together sugars and softened butter until fluffy {about 1 minute}. Add the eggs and vanilla, and mix until combined.

In a medium bowl, mix flour, baking powder, spices, and salt. With your stand mixer on low speed, slowly mix 1/2 of the flour mixture into the sugar mixture, then add 1/2 of the milk. Repeat this step with remaining flour mixture & milk, stirring only until the mixture is incorporated. Do not over mix! Fold candied ginger and diced pears into the batter.

In a separate bowl, mix together the ingredients for the crumb topping with your fingers {or a fork if you don’t like to touch your food} until nice and crumbly.  Is crumbly even a word? Hmm.

Divide the batter between the muffin cups. If you have major OCD like me, use a 3 tablespoon cookie scoop to fill your muffin tins, if you don’t, just fill the tins 2/3rd of the way full and sprinkle with crumb topping mixture.

Bake spiced pear muffins for 18 minutes minutes, turning pan once about halfway through baking. Muffins are done when a toothpick inserted in the middle comes out clean. Take muffins out of oven, lock your doors so your neighbors can’t get in and let cool before gobbling up.

*Makes 1 dozen muffins

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Mornings with Mavis – Free Kindle Books, K-Cups, Berry Baskets, Dr. Scholl’s, Saveur Magazine

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cool bird house

Good morning everyone! Yesterday was such a beautiful day outside that I practically spent the entire day out there. Granted, I wandered around quite a bit, but I did manage to get some weeds pulled and some work done in the garden so I’d say it was a good day.

I hope your Sunday is beautiful.

 ♥ Mavis

free kindle books

Available Kindle Books I think are cool…

The Blue Chair Jam Cookbook $9.34 {I own it and LOVE it!}
How to Build a Small, Portable A-Frame Greenhouse $0.99 or FREE for Amazon Prime Members
Clever Gardening Tricks FREE {Grab it, you might learn something} ;)
Garlic – Herbs and Spices FREE
The Healthy Lunch Box $4.95

The prices on Kindle Books can change quickly, so grab them while you can.

audible.com

Amazon Local is offering a Free Voucher for 40% Off First Six Months of Membership to Audible.com

back to school styles

Amazon has the Allegra K Ladies Boat Neck Button Detail Autumn Shirt on sale for only $10.62.

 Thanks Thrifty NW Mom

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Zulily has Scholl Contemporary by Dr. Scholl Shoe’s on sale today with saving up to 50% off.

Already a Zulily Member? Go HERE to Get This Deal

stoneware berry baskets

SurLaTable has some adorable Stoneware Berry Baskets on sale in their clearance section for just $3.99!

Thanks Queen Bee

Amazon has the San Francisco Bay Coffee OneCup for Keurig K-Cup Brewers, Breakfast Blend, 80-Count on sale for just $27.55 shipped when you use the subscribe and save option at checkout.

woman's keen sale

This morning I noticed The Clymb has Men’s and Woman’s Keens on sale today. My daughter LOVES this website!

Go HERE to Sign up for The Clymb and check out their deals.

MIA Boots

6pm has these cute MIA boots on sale: MIA – Molly $34.50 shipped and MIA – Jaggerr for only$23.99 shipped.

saveur-magazine-coupon-deal

Discount Mags is offering a 1 year subscription to Saveur Magazine for only $4.99 a year when you use code MAVIS at checkout. This deal will expire tonight 8/25/13 at midnight EST so be sure and grab your subscription before then.

whole grain raspberry bars

Looking for something delicious to make today? How about these Whole Grain Raspberry Bars? My family LOVES them.

Buy 1 Citrus Lane Kid’s Care Package, Get 1 FREE!

Looking for a super fun baby gift, or maybe you have a little one yourself? Right now when you Buy 1 Citrus Lane Kid’s Care Package, you Get One Free when use use code BLOG2FOR1 at checkout.

Here’s how it works:

Select the box that works best for you and your little one. They start as low as $21 {that’s only $10.50 per box with this offer!}. Tell them the age of the child the box is for so they can pick just the right products for your box. They deliver a box-o-goodies every month right to your door {shipping is FREE!}. If you just want to do the B1G1 FREE box offer, canceling is super simple! Go HERE for more details.

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Huggies Simply Clean Fragrance Free Baby Wipes

Huggies Simply Clean Fragrance Free Baby Wipes Refill {600 count} for only $8.78 shipped.

Amazon Mom Members with Prime Save 20% on regular deliveries of this item with Subscribe & Save.

Purina ONE SmartBlend Dog Food Coupon

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