Thursday, May 30, 2013

ALDI Deals, Starting 05/29/2013

Here are a few of the AWESOME deals this week at ALDI...

  • Weds. 05/29 ONLY: Fresh USDA Choice Boneless Beef Ribeye Steak $7.99/lb
  • Pears 28 oz $1.79 ea
  • Organic Fuji Apples 3 lb bag $4.29 ea
  • Mangoes $0.59 ea
  • Pineapple $1.59 ea
  • Organic Grape Tomatoes 10 oz $2.29 ea
  • Baby Lettuce 14 oz pkg $1.59 ea
  • Burman's BBQ Sauces Assorted Varieties 18 oz $0.79 ea
  • Burman's Ketchup 40 oz $1.29 ea
  • Burman's Steak Sauce 10 oz $0.99 ea
  • Smucker's Magic Shell Topping Chocolate or Chocolate Fudge 7.25 oz $1.89 ea 
  • Savoritz Mini Cheese or PB Crackers 7.5 oz $1.99 ea 
  • Fit and Active Light Pink Lemonade 59 oz $1.99 ea
  • Nature's Nectar Frozen Lemonade 12 oz $0.89 ea
  • Nature's Nectar All-natural Raspberry Lemonade 59 oz $1.99 ea
  • Little Salad Bar Hummus Artichoke Spinach, Chipotle, or Tomato Basil 8 oz $1.69 ea
  • Mama Cozzi's Pizza Kitchen Combination Bagel Pizzas 31.1 oz $5.99 ea
  • Summit Freeze Pops 60 oz $1.49 ea
  • Benton's Ice Cream Cups 24 ct $0.99 ea
  • Benton's Sugar Cones 12 ct $0.99 ea
  • Friendly Farms or Fit and Active Whipped Topping Original or Lite 8 oz $0.89 ea
  • Sundae Shoppe Ice Cream Assorted Varieties 160 oz $4.99 ea
  • Sundae Shoppe Triple Chocolate Sundae Cones 24 oz $2.49 ea
  • Choceur Ice Cream Chocolates Cookies and Cream, or Fudge Ripple 4 oz $3.49 ea
  • Kitchen Living 6 piece Serving Bowl Set Oval or Square $9.99 ea
  • Kitchen Living Ice Cream Maker $14.99 ea
  • Easy Home Tower Fan 3 speed $19.99 ea
  • RCA 5000-BTU Window Air Conditioner $99.99 ea
  • Intex Rainbow Ring Play Center $39.99 ea
For more information about shopping at ALDI, visit their Homepage!

Monday, May 27, 2013

Tempt Your Tummy Tuesday: Cake Mix Cookies

Yellow Cake Mix + White Chocolate Chips
I make a most of my recipes from scratch, but there are just sometimes that you need a special treat quickly.  For those times, I always keep a couple cake mixes on hand to make Cake Mix Cookies!  Very quick, and delicious!  I have used chocolate cake mix with M&M's, yellow cake mix frosted with homemade chocolate butter cream frosting, and Joe's favorite, confetti cake mix with white chocolate chips.  The possibilities are endless, so you can easily use what you have on hand.

1-18 oz Cake Mix (any flavor, you could probably use homemade also)
1 Egg
1/2 C Softened Butter
1 C Mix-in's (Candies, Morsels, Nuts, etc)
(if using a Chocolate Cake Mix, add 2 tbsp Water also)
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. Mix all ingredients, except mix-in's together in a bowl until a soft dough forms.  Add mix-in's and mix by hand to evenly distribute them.
  3. Scoop dough onto cookie sheets (I use a baking stone, works great) by rounded tablespoons.
  4. Bake 12-15 minutes (depending on oven), or until cookies are slightly browned on edges.
  5. Let sit on cookie sheet to cool 5 minutes before moving to cooling rack to cool completely.
  6. Enjoy!
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Menu Plan Monday: 05/26/2013

I am a very lucky girl this week, because I have almost no cooking to do - wahoo!  With picnics Monday, working at Joe's Grandfather's on Wednesday, and a graduation party to attend on Saturday, plus leftovers, I don't have to plan too much.  :-)

Breakfasts: Waffles, Cold Cereal
Lunches: Leftovers, Sandwiches, and/or Salads
Sunday - Leftover Zuppa Tuscana Soup and Bread
Monday - Family Picnic (hotdogs, coleslaw, taco dip/tortilla chips, onion dip/chips, Jell-o poke cake, and homemade Mac and Cheese!)
Tuesday - Leftover Picnic Food - yum-o!
Wednesday - Working at Joe's Grandfather's house, we'll probably end up at Applebee's or Chili's with him
Thursday - Cheesy Baked Pork Chops, Baked Potatoes, and Veg.
Friday - Chipped Beef Gravy with Pancakes
Saturday - Graduation Party!

For more AWESOME Menu Plans, visit Org Junkie!

Sunday, May 26, 2013

Weekly Spending Report: 05/19 -25/2013

This past week was a little crazy, and tight on cash, so I didn't do a lot of shopping.  Here's what I ended up with...
  • Sunday's ALDI Trip: $5.47 oop
  • Sunday's CVS Trip (2 free deodorants, mouthwashes, and chocolates, 2 newspapers, and 2 pkgs of cookies for $1 ea): $3.92 oop, Earned $3 ECB's Earned

  • Sunday's Giant Trip (stocked up on $0.50/can diced tomatoes, $0.30 ea bottled tea, fish sticks, sausages, bananas, milk, and tortilla chips): $23.53 oop
  • Wednesday's Kohl's Trip (used a $10 off coupon to buy 1 Christmas present): $2.12 oop
Total OOP: $35.04 - $3 Earned Rewards = Net OOP: $32.04!

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Saturday, May 18, 2013

Frugal Finds Friday: Saving/Repurposing Tomato Juice

I started making my own salsa a few months ago, with each batch taking 1 large can of drained whole tomatoes.  Being the frugal person I am, I couldn't just toss that free tomato juice down the drain!  So, I save it.  I measure it out; each can holds about 1 cup.  I pour the tomato juice into a zip-lock bag or a ball freezer jar, label, and wait until I need it for something.  I've drank the juice, as you would V8, very tasty.  I've also added it to beef stew, chili, vegetable soup, and cooked ground beef in it.  It gives these meals a little punch of extra flavor!

What interesting things do you save from the trash and give new life to?

 Linked to Homemade Mondays!

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

ALDI Deals, Starting 05/15/2013

Here are some of the deals for this week at ALDI....
  • Weds. 05/15 ONLY: Fresh Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breasts Jumbo Pk $1.69/lb
  • Vine Tomatoes 24 oz pkg $1.29 ea
  • Iceberg Lettuce $0.79 ea
  • Sweet Corn 4 pk $1.69 ea
  • Blackberries 6 oz pkg $1.19 ea
  • Strawberries 1 lb pkg $1.59 ea
  • Pineapple $1.59 ea
  • Sundae Shoppe Red, White, and Blue Pops 16-1.75 oz pops $1.89 ea
  • JIF To-Go Creamy Peanut Butter 8-1.5 oz cups $2.29 ea
  • Belmont Ice Cream Peach Cobbler or Peanut Butter S'mores 48 oz $2.89 ea
  • Season's Choice Waffle Fries 22 oz $1.79 ea
  • Season's Choice Broccoli Cuts 16 oz $0.85 ea
  • Baker's Corner Beer Bread Cajun or Bacon Cheddar 16 oz $1.79 ea
  • Countryside Creamery Tastes Like Butter Spray 8 oz $1.49 ea
  • Simply Nature Vegetable Chips 7.5 oz $2.99 ea
  • Happy Harvest Canned Sauerkraut 14.5 oz $0.65 ea
  • Sealtite Meals on the Go (BPA Free) $4.99/set 
  • Adventureridge Pocket Knife or Camping Cutlery $3.49 ea
  • Adventureridge Foldable Hammock with Stand $49.99 ea
  • Adventureridge Self-Inflating Pillow $4.99 ea
  • Adventureridge Self-Inflating Sleeping Mat $19.99 ea
  • Little Tikes Picnic Table and Umbrella $59.99 ea
  • Little Tikes Spiralin' Seas Water Park Water Table $29.99 ea
  • 6" Vegetable to Herb Assorted Varieties $2.49 ea
For more information about shopping at ALDI, visit their Homepage!

Tempt your Tummy Tuesday: Cheesy Baked Pork Chops

These cheesy baked pork chops are super simple, and are something a little different to have for dinner.  This recipe only requires a few ingredients, and can be ready in as little as 20 minutes depending on the size of your pork chops.  Here's what you'll need:
  • Pork Chops, boneless or bone-in, your choice
  • Seasoning (I use a homemade seasoning blend, but regular seasoning salt works just fine too)
  • Sour Cream (about 1 tsp per pork chop)
  • Shredded Cheese (I have used both the Mexican Blend and Mild Cheddar, both very yummy!)
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.  Place pork chops in foil-lined baking sheet.
  2. Cover each pork chop with about 1 tsp sour cream.
  3. Sprinkle each pork chop with Seasoning.
  4. Sprinkle a good-sized pinch of cheese over each pork chop.
  5. Bake pork chops in preheated oven 15-35 minutes depending on thickness/bone.  My bone-in ones a on the thinner side, but with the bone, they still take about 30 minutes, just an fyi).  These are delicious served with salad and rice or buttered noodles, or even baked potatoes and steamed broccoli.  In other words, they are totally yummy, and you should make them for dinner, like, tonight :-)
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Monday, May 13, 2013

Menu Plan Monday: 05/13/2013

This week Joe and I are getting ready for another event here at the museum, we are going to work at Joe's grandfather's house one day, and bring up a few things to sell this weekend, hopefully.  I also have some mending to do, and a little cleaning as well.  Here's what's on the menu for this week...

Breakfasts: Waffles, or Cold Cereal, or Smoothies

Lunches: Leftovers, Sandwiches, and/or Salads

Dinners: (all served with salad or a steamed vegetable)
Sunday - Take-out :-)
Monday - Grilled Chicken Salads
Tuesday - Working at Joe's Grandfather's, we'll probably go to Apple Bee's with him for Dinner
Wednesday - Chili/Taco Salads
Thursday - Chicken Fajitas, with Mexican Rice
Friday - Cheese-steak, Mushroom, and Onion Sandwiches with Baked French Fries
Saturday - Homemade Pizza

Extras: Some kind of homemade cookie, TBA.

For more AWESOME Menu Plans, visit Org Junkie!

Sunday's CVS Trip

Sunday, after I got off work, Joe and I stopped into CVS to pick up a couple of deals for this week.  Here's what we ended up with...

2 Medium 10% Bonus bags PB M&M's $4.19 ea - $1.69 ea Sale - $2/2 CVS Coupon - $1.50/2 MC = 2/$1.50
1 bag Combos $2.57 - $1.08 Sale = $1.49
1-24 ct Zzzquil $9.99 - $0.20 Sale - $1/1 MC - $3/$8 Sleep Aid CVS Coupon - $2 ECB's = $3.79
+ $0.25 Tax
- $6 ECB's used to Pay
Total OOP: $3.03, Earned $2 ECB's for next week!

Linked to Simply CVS!

Sunday's Giant Trip

Also, after work Sunday evening, Joe and I stopped into Giant to pick up a few deals, since we didn't really need anything this week.  I will have to stop out later in the week for salad veggies, but for now, we're good.  Here's what we ended up with...

4 loaves Oat Nut Bread $4.29 ea - $1.29 ea Sale - $1/2 MC x 2 = 4/$10
2 bags Florida Crystals Raw Sugar $2.99 ea - $0.55/1 MC Doubled to $1.10 x 2 = $1.89 ea or 2/$3.78
2 pkgs Pamper's Wipes $2.39 ea - $0.39 ea Sale - $0.50/1 MC Doubled to $1 x 2 = 2/$2
4 boxes Green Giant Frozen Vegetables $2 ea - $0.75 ea Sale - $1/3 MC (peelie) = 4/$4
1 pint Gelato $4.99 - $1.49 Sale - $1/1 MC = $2.50
+ $0.18 Tax
- $0.15 Reusable Bag Credit 
Total OOP: $40.91 - $18.78 Sales and Coupons = $22.31 oop!

Sunday, May 12, 2013

Weekly Spending Report: 05/05-11/2013

This week I tried to stay out of the stores, and only buy things that we needed.  I did do a little stocking up, but I tried to keep it to a minimum.  Here's how this week went...
  • Tuesday's CVS Trip: $22.76 oop, Earned $6 ECB's
  • Tuesday's ALDI Trip (1 pkg Strawberry Sugar Wafers, 2 tubs Sour Cream, and 1 pouch Trail Mix): $4.36 oop
  • Wednesday's Giant Trip: $45.84 oop
  • Saturday's Dollar Tree Trip (2 cards and 1 bag of Chips): $2.59 oop
  • Saturday's Rite-Aid Trip (2 Newspapers): $4.24 oop
Total OOP: $79.79 - $6 Earned Rewards = Net OOP: $73.79

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Saturday, May 11, 2013

ALDI Deals, Starting 05/08/2013

Here are some of the AWESOME deals at ALDI this week...

  • Wednesday 05/08 ONLY: Cattlemen's Ranch Fresh Filet of Beef Original or Teriyaki 16 oz $5.99 ea
  • Beaumont Single Serve Coffee Cups Assorted Varieties 4.02-5.08 oz $5.79 ea
  • Millville Blueberry Frosted Shredded Wheat 16 oz $1.99 ea
  • Millville Apple Rounds Cereal 12.2 oz $1.69 ea
  • Millville Raspberry Fruit and Grain Bars 8 ct OR Fiber Now Bars Caramel or Mocha 5 ct $1.89 ea
  • Simply Nature Gluten Free Pancakes Buttermilk or Blueberry 12 oz $2.89 ea
  • Navel Oranges 4 lb bag $1.79 ea
  • Strawberries 1 lb $1.49 ea
  • Pineapple $1.59 ea
  • Bananas $0.44/lb
  • Kiwi 4 pk $0.89 ea
  • Mangoes $0.69 ea
  • Sealtite 24 pc Durable Food Storage Set $8.99 ea
  • Huntington Home Full/Queen or King Quilt Set $44.99 ea
  • Huntington Home King or Queen Embroidered Microfiber Sheet Set $16.99 ea
  • Huntington Home jumbo Density Pillow 20x28" Medium, Firm, or Extra Firm $4.99 ea 
  • Adventure Ridge Foldable Shopping Basket $8.99 ea
  • Gardenline Flex Tub $4.99 ea
  • Gardenline 5" Ceramic Planters $2.29 ea
  • 10" Flowering Hanging Baskets $5.99 ea
  • Annual Flats 6 pk $3.99 ea
For more information about ALDI, visit their Homepage!

Friday, May 10, 2013

Tuesday's CVS Trip

Joe and I stopped into CVS on Tuesday and were able to stock up on a lot of great deals, including snacks, and cereal.  We also were finally able to pick up some probiotics which we have been in need of but waiting for a good enough sale.  Here's what we ended up with...

  • 3 boxes Special K Cereal $3.99 ea - $0.99 ea Sale - $3 ECB's wyb 3 - $1/3 MC = 3/$5
  • 5 bags Gardetto's Snack Mix $2 ea on Sale - $0.50/2 MC x 2 - $3 ECB's wyb $10 = 5/$6
  • 2-100 ct CVS Brand Probiotics $9.99 ea - BOGO Free Sale = 2/$9.99
  • 1 Physician's Formula Correction Powder $13.99 - $6 Sale - $7/1 CVS Coupon = $0.99
  • 1 box Kleenex Tissues + Lotion $1.77 - $0.78 Sale - $0.25/1 CVS Coupon = $0.74
  • 2 Snicker's Bars (not pictured - For Joe) $1.19 ea - $0.94 BOGO$0.25 Sale = 2/$1.44
+ $0.60 Tax
- $8 ECB's used to Pay
Total OOP: $22.76, Earned $6 ECB's for next week!

Linked to Simply CVS!

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Tempt Your Tummy Tuesday: White Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

 One of my favorite uses for too-ripe bananas has always been banana bread.  However, there was a spurt a few years ago when I was making it like every other week.  SO, to spice things up a little bit, I decided to swap the nuts in the recipe for white chocolate chips.  The results, totally dreamy!

  • 2-3 large ripe Bananas
  • 1/3 c Margarine or Butter
  • 2/3 c Sugar
  • 2 Eggs
  • 2 c Flour (unbleached or all purpose or even whole wheat, or a combination of these)
  • 2 tsp Baking Powder
  • 1/2 tsp Baking Soda
  • 1/2 c Buttermilk (which I never have, so I mix a good-sized tbsp sour cream, with some milk together to make 1/2 c)
  • 1/2 bag White Chocolate Morsels (approx. 1 c)
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Puree Bananas.  Add butter, sugar, buttermilk (or sour cream mixture) and eggs.  Mix together until well blended.
  3. Separately combine flour, with baking powder and soda.  Add this to the banana mixture a third at a time until all is well blended.
  4. Stir in white chocolate morsels.
  5. Pour into greased loaf pan and bake 40-55 minutes in preheated oven until golden brown and cooked through.  (I pour 1/2 the batter into two Pyrex loaf pans, which yields a flatter loaf, but bakes quicker, and gives me one for now, and one for the freezer for later)
  6. Cool completely on wire rack.
  7. Serve bread with a glass of milk and try not to eat the whole loaf all by yourself :-)

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Menu Plan Monday: 05/06/2013

Last week was kinda crazy with everything going on here at the museum, but we made it through, and were able to get rid of some excess stuff over the weekend as well, and make a little cash money!  Always a good thing.  We are going to Joe's grandfather's house sometime this week to get things in the suburban switch, and ready for the next 'show.  I also plan to get some little projects done around the house this week.  Here's what's on the menu for this week... 

Breakfasts: Cold Cereal or PB and J Waffles

Lunches: Leftovers, Salads, and/or Sandwiches, with Fruit

Dinners: (served with Salad or steamed vegetable)
Sunday - Out
Monday - Baked Shrimp Poppers, with Baked Potato Wedges
Wednesday - Working at Joe's Grandfather's house, so we'll probably go to Chili's or Applebee's with him.
Thursday - Baked Pasta, with Garlic Bread
Friday - Dinner for the Volunteers of the museum, including Joe and I
Saturday - Homemade Pizza

Extras: Over the weekend I baked a Pineapple Upside-down Cake which we got half of, and two Apple Crumb Pies which I kept one of, so we have plenty of sweets for this week :-)

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Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Weekly Spending Report: 04/28-05/04/2013

This week was a little crazy as we prepared for our first event here at the museum.  Everything went smoothly, and I had plenty of time so shop, as you'll see below :-)
  • Monday's Shopper's Trip (Doritos and Salad Fixin's): $3.93 oop
  • Wednesday's Wal-mart Trip (2-12 pks TP): $13.72 oop
  • Wednesday's CVS Trip (1 Candy Bar and 1 Foam Puzzle): $0.06 oop, Earned $2 ECB's
  • Wednesday's Dollar Tree Trip (2 bags Chips, 2 pks Felt): $4.12 oop
  • Wednesday's Giant Trip: $51.10 oop (+ $0.30 off a gallon bonus points!)
  • Thursday's Kohl's Trip (1 Christmas Present, used $10 coupon): Zero OOP
  • Thursday's CVS Trip (1-20 oz Soda): $1.96 oop
  • Saturday's CVS Trip (2 newspapers 1-20 oz soda): $6.20 oop
 Total OOP: $81.09 - $2 Earned Rewards = Net OOP: $79.09, a little high, but we are stocked up on TP, and a lot of food items for a while, which is always nice!  Here's to hoping next week is better...

    Friday, May 3, 2013

    Frugal Finds Friday: Re-using Plastic Bags

    Ziplock bags are meant to be disposable, but I have found that they can in fact be reused.  This saves me money, and keeps some plastic out of the landfill.  Now, I don't reuse all of my freezer bags, especially if they had something gross in them, like raw meat, but I do use most of them at least twice.  My Garlic Bread is wrapped in aluminum foil before being put is a gallon sized freezer bag, so nothing actually touches the bag, same thing with frozen cookie dough (which I wrap in waxed or parchment paper).  Those bags, I don't even wash in between uses.  Bags with say slice asparagus, or cooked pinto beans, or sliced flash-frozen fruit, I wash inside and out with a sponge, and warm soapy water.  Then I turn them inside-out, and upside-down, and clip them onto a skirt hanger and hang them near my kitchen window to dry.

    That's my frugal find for this week, try it out and let me know what you think!

    Linked to Works for Me Wednesday x 2!

    Thursday, May 2, 2013

    Tempt Your Tummy Tuesday: Cheese Steak Egg Rolls

    Cheese Steak Egg Rolls are a simple recipe made with real, natural ingredients, but are definitely an indulgence.  They are good for when you want something greasy and 'fattening,' but don't want to feel all bloated and gross afterwards.  They are one of my husband's favorites, and I like them pretty well myself too.  Here's the lowdown...

    1 c sliced Onions
    2 Rib Eye Steaks, sliced thin (I have used flat irons, which are cheaper at my grocery store, also, I have made this using 1/2 of a flat iron and a small can of mushrooms, and it still made 9 egg rolls, just an fyi)
    Egg Roll Wrappers
    6-8 oz Provolone Cheese (I have used 1/2 of a provolone slice on each egg roll, but you can use shredded mozzarella also, it's just not as tidy)
    Cooking Spray (I use Olive Oil in my refillable sprayer)
    Optional Sliced Peppers or Mushrooms

    1.  Preheat Oven to 400 degrees F.  Spray baking sheet with cooking spray*.
    2.  Cook steak strips with onions (and mushrooms/peppers if using) in skillet until no longer pink, and vegetables or softened.
    3.  Add steak/vegetable filling into an egg roll wrappers (I put a hefty tablespoon in each one), and 1/2 slice provolone cheese (or a decent pinch of shredded mozzarella).  Use water to moisten the edges of the wrapper, wrap up your egg roll, and place on the baking sheet.  Repeat until you have used all of the filling.
    4.  Spray your egg rolls with cooking spray (this makes them nice and crispy), and bake 15 minutes.
    5.  I like to serve mine with a little mayo mixed with A1 sauce, but you could whip up a BBQ sauce if you wish; kids would probably like it with pizza sauce or ketchup.  Serve Immediately, and try not to eat them all, they're pretty good!  Refrigerate leftovers, if there are any :-)
    *I bake mine on a stone, so I just spray each roll all over with olive oil, and then place it on the stone

    Wednesday, May 1, 2013

    ALDI Deals, Starting 05/01/2013

    Here are some of the awesome deals this week at ALDI...
    • Wednesday 05/01 ONLY: Tyson Fresh Fajita Chicken Breasts $2.49/lb
    • Avocados $0.69 ea
    • Roma Tomatoes 16 oz $0.99 ea
    • Limes $0.19 ea
    • Vidalia Onions 2 lb bag $0.99 ea
    • Sweet Corn 4 pk $1.69 ea
    • Zucchini 24 oz pk $1.19 ea
    • Stonemill Essentials Salad Dressing Mix Italian or Ranch 0.7-1 oz $0.69 ea
    • Season's Choice Steak Fries 28 oz $1.69 ea
    • Nature's Nectar Variety Fruit Drinks 20-8 oz bottles $2.79 ea
    • Priano Shrimp Scampi or Chicken Farfalle Skillet 24 oz $4.49 ea
    • Priano Ravioli Portobello Mushroom or Steak and Cheese .25 oz $3.99 ea
    • Casa Mamita Mexican Style Seasonings Enchilada, Fajita, and Burrito 1.12-1.62 oz $0.59 ea
    • Southern Grove Sunflower Seeds Assorted Varieties 9.5-10.5 oz $1.69 ea
    • Southern Grove Jumbo Salted In-shell Peanuts 16 oz $1.49 ea
    • Fage Non Fat Greek Yogurt Assorted Varieties 5.3 oz $1.19 ea
    • Grandessa Signature Mango Licorice 7 oz $1.99 ea
    • Adventuridge Camping Cot $29.99 ea
    • Adventuridge Foldable Chair with Bag $7.99 ea
    • Adventuridge Sleeping Bag 33x75" $12.99 ea
    • Adventuridge 6-person 12x8' Dome Tent $59.99 ea
    • Adventuridge Queen Single-high Air Bed with Pump $24.99 ea
    • Adventuridge Aluminum Folding Table with Bag 27.5"W x 27.5"H x 27.5"L $19.99 ea
    • Huntington Home Table Cloth $3.99 ea
    • Huntington Home Indoor/Outdoor Rug 5x8' $39.99 ea
    • Gardenline Flame-less Lantern with LED Candle $7.99 ea
    • Gardenline Folding Rocking Chair $39.99 ea
    • Japanese Maple Tree 1 gal $12.99 ea
    • 1 gal Perennials Assortment Assorted Varieties $4.99 ea
     For more information about shopping at ALDI, visit their Homepage!