Nothing too exciting here. We've picked up a few "specials" the past several days and have tried to be creative using them. Got Tyson Chicken Strips on a weekend deal and have been trying to make them a bit different each meal. Had an opened jar of Pioneer Woman BBQ sauce in the fridge, so made BBQ chicken with the first half bag. Fixed up some mashed potatoes to go along with it using some Rondele' Cheese we picked up on markdown for 50 cents. Last night, we made Chicken Parmesan using tomato sauce and cheese we had on hand. We've got a beautiful pot of basil outside, so made homemade pesto using more ingredients we had on hand and used it on zoodles made from zucchini we got on markdown. Still want to go Asian with some chicken strips in the future. Today, we got a 10 percent discount on house brands so picked up several items for which we had digital coupons at that store as well as another which was selling for less. Among other things we got: Three pounds of butter for a little more than $2 a pound A large bag of chopped kale for 89 cents A four-pack of organic canned beans for a little more than $2 A single can of organic beans for 45 cents Three four-packs of canned veggies for a little more than $1 each Three huge bags of potato chips for a little more than $1 a bag A single can of organic tomatoes for 49 cents ... and the big find -- a pound of ground turkey for 45 cents.