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This is a good sale week at Publix, but there’s not a lot to make meals from. Hopefully you have a good stockpile going and your family likes pork! If you’re near a Kroger, the price on chicken breast is the lowest you’ll find, so be sure to buy extra.

Pork and Apple Saute – Recipe

Large Jonagold or Braeburn Apples, 99¢ lb.
Pork Steaks $2.29/lb
Publix Salad, 5-12 oz., $1.99

Baked Chicken Parmesan – Recipe

Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast $1.79 (at Kroger this week)
Ronzoni Pasta, 12-16 oz., B1G1 at $1.39 (69¢)
Cole’s Garlic Bread, Bread Sticks, Cheesesticks, or Toast, 10.5-17.5 oz., B1G1 at $2.79 ($1.39)
Pasta Sauce (from stockpile)

Ham & Cheese Quiche – Recipe

Cabot Vermont Cheddar or Pepper Jack Cheese Bar, 8 oz., $2
Publix Spiral-Sliced Ham Half, $1.99 lb.
Green Onions, 43¢
Egg Beaters, 15-16 oz., $1.67
Pillsbury Crescent Rolls $1

Slow Cooker Thai Pork Stew – Recipe

Skippy Peanut Butter, 16.3 oz., $1.99
Green Onions, 43¢
Boston Butt Roast, $1.99 lb.
Uncle Ben’s Original Converted Rice, 5 lb., B1G1 at $6.99 ($3.49)

Honey Roasted Red Potatoes – Recipe

Red Potatoes, 5 lb. bag, $1.99
Sweet Onions $1 lb. (at Kroger this week)

    • *Beef & butternut squash Chili & cornbread (ground beef had a $3/$6 Harvey’s Q last week, squash was bought a wk ago)


      *Barbour’s Stuffed Chicken breast, mashed potatoes & steamed broccoli (Barbour’s was BOGO several weeks ago and I had $1 Q’s, Idahoan instant potatoes were on sale for $1 and I had $1 Q’s, Frozen veggies were BOGO last week.)

      *Sausages, Alexia onion rings & green beans (Didn’t use last week)

      *Dinner at our Life Group: pasta salad & garlic knots (last class of this term. Pasta 20 cents a box, Feta FREE, olives .49 at Wags, Kraft dressing from stockpile. Have to pay regular price for the bread dough)

      *Creamy Pasta Primavera, salad & cheesy garlic bread. (pasta 20 cents a box, veggies from freezer and produce market, Alfredo sauce was FREE months ago, New York frozen breads were 50 % off several weeks ago)

      *Ham & Cheese Quiche, tossed salad & rolls (Egg beaters from freezer, ham lunchmeat from freezer, cheese has been super cheap lately, and salad veggies from produce stand.)

      My menu this week is based on Publix shopping.

    • Paige

      I just saw your link to the Bi-lo bargain meal of the week and I checked it out. Thank you!! I love to find some recipes that can actually go with what I have purchased. I am definitely trying some with what I have stockpiled. Thanks Jenny!

    • Sandy

      Help- I'm confused. The Thai-style pork stew sounds great. the list includes a Boston Butt Roast. Is that pork? Do I replace the pork with the Boston Butt Roast meat?

      • Guest

        Hi Sandy- yes that is pork. The recipe she posted calls for the Boston Butt to be used, but it probably refers to it simply as pork in the recipe to save time. HTH!

        • Sandy

          thanks, that makes sense now!!!

    • You've listed the Honey Roasted Potatoes before, and I tried them then – they are DELICIOUS!!