The best deals for those *big* family dinners are happening now, according to Jenny Martin from Southernsavers.com. She says you may want to stock up now because the next time you'll see some of these items (especially like baking items) will be around Easter!
This is what I bought at Harris Teeter:
In all, you don't need coupons for all of these deals. For example, you get $2 off at the register just for buying qualifying Clorox products. There are a lot of printable coupons, and I've posted them on foxwilmington.com.
Mercy For Animals is once again accusing Butterball of animal abuse one week before Thanksgiving. If you watch the group's undercover video, you will see workers kicking and throwing turkeys. You'll also see sick or injured turkeys wailing on the ground.
That's what the group wants you to see. Matt Rice, the Director of Investigations with Mercy For Animals, says Americans should be able to make an informed decision on the food they eat.
Here's my story from tonight: (PS - we used Google Plus because the group is based in Los Angeles.)
Butterball is headquartered in North Carolina. Investigators were hired as workers and checked out five facilities in four counties across the state: Duplin, Lenoir, Onslow, and Sampson Counties.
In 2011, the group also found abuse at a facility in Hoke County. Five people ended up being charged with cruelty.
Butterball is also saying it has a zero tolerance policy of animal cruelty. The workers allegedly involved are currently suspended.
Whaddya think? Could you go meatless? Would you? What about after watching the video?
Guilty! I came home from San Francisco this morning. I took off my socks and took a nap. When I woke up, I found a hole in my sock! Then, I found the culprit(s). This is a new thing, so I hope it's not a habit. My husband thinks it's so funny that the smell of my feet appeal to my dogs. What does that mean?
What kinds of funny things do your pets do? I love it when you share your stories! I shouldn't think this is cute, but I do.
My home away from home for a night... nestled in the Silicon Valley on the eve of my first visit to Google Headquarters in Mountain View, Ca. I am pretty stoked, though I could use a nap. I left for the airport at 4:30 this morning and I didn't get off work until about 12:30. So! I. is. tired.
I love this hotel already. It's a green boutique hotel, and they even let you rent out laptops and ipads for $9 a day. How cool is that?!
I've mentioned this before, but Google has invited me along with a dozen or so other people from across the country to partake in a Google TV Ambassador Summit. I'd love to show you some of the new Google TV products that will be coming out for the holidays... if we're able to do that.
We actually use Google so much for work. We use Google documents, spreadsheets, Google search, maps, Google Plus... we livestreamed our election coverage on YouTube in a public Google Hangout. Google really seeps into our everyday lives. What will we do when the lights go out like on Revolution??
I love sharing my Polish story. I am not really Polish, but I am adopted...so, I take on a lot of different things when I want to. And that's just how it is.
And really... we're all Polish at St. Stan's Polish Festival! That place was packed! I met so many awesome people, and I want to say thanks to everyone who came up and said HI!
I went with my family, who is legitimately more Polish than me. My husband's grandfather immigrated to the United States. Twice. He served as a Medic in the military. He raised 8 kids in St. Louis. Because of Grandpa Joe, I have a pretty cool family...people say my husband looks a lot like his grandpa! (By the way, Grandpa Joe turned 90 this year!)
I had so much fun with Jim's sister, Erika and her husband Mike. They made the trip down from Washington, D.C...
It really is such a gem of an event. I want more pierogies!! (See 2011 pics)