Food Town also had the fajita marinade that I use on sale for only 99-cents per bottle so I bought two of them. It's called Figaro Fabulosa Quick Fajitas Marinade. It's normally around $1.79 in most stores around here. The marinade has smoke flavoring in it so I get a grilled flavor in my chicken whether I cook it outside on the gas grill or inside on my counter top grill.
I got one other good deal at HEB. They had a coupon for a free bag of their store brand pork rinds if you bought two for $1.50 each.
I should mention that Tuesday is the last day of any sales that I get at Food Town or HEB. The new ads come out on Wednesday here. If I can remember to do so, I'll post the current sales for those stores in my Thursday posts. Of course only those who live in the Houston area will benefit from this info since they're local grocery chains.
Today I'll be roasting the whole chicken that I bought at Kroger for 49-cents per pound a couple weeks ago and I'm going to make stuffing for the guys using the marked down stuffing cubes that I got from the clearance bin for only 69-cents. I've decided to make the whole bag of the stuffing (it's a 1-pound bag) and freeze the extra cooked stuffing. Otherwise, the rest of the stuffing cubes in the open bag would just get stale before I'd have another chance to use them.