Saturday, February 02, 2008

Celebrate with sparkling juices

Don't forget to check your grocery's organic section for occasional markdown deals.

Tonight Kroger reduced an endcap of Knudsen organic juices (25 oz bottles) to $1.5o each.

Juice is a special occasion purchase here, so I picked up 3 for Valentine's Day, birthday, and a gift basket. You might also enjoy reading the recipes at the Knudsen website.

Cheers!

9 comments:

New Mom said...

An urgent request-- pls read my latest post and pray for a little Mozambican boy named Tino.

Angela said...

Our Winco (cheaper than walmart and employee owned) usually has at least the sparkling apple cider for around this price. We always try to keep one or two on hand for gifts, etc. Its just great. Throw in a few candles and you have a "romantic night" basket. Sure you'd want to add something more but its a great start. And walgreens just about always has candles on sale. By the way, I love your blog, been reading about a month and I keep waiting to be disappointed or not interested and its still not happened. So you know, give yourself a pat on the back. Especially after the wedding you just did! :)

Scribbit said...

I was so proud to have a two-for-one coupon for those the other day. Woo hoo! Why do I get so excited about saving a couple bucks?

Jennifer P. said...

First off I have to say I love celebrating with sparkling juice so the whole fam can join in on the toast!

Second, I apologize for taking so long to get over here and thank you for the nice post on my "creative uses for a door". Isn't it funny how we can just claim our husband's labor as our own :)?! The bloggy carnival thing has been occupying nearly all of my blogging time--but now that it's over (whew!) I'd love to come back and see what other great ideas you've got going on here. I'm already willing myself to get to bed rather than pour over all the salad dressing recipes.....

PAT said...

Hello, I believe this is my first time visiting here.

Great idea, sparkling juices.

I read down a few posts and found Boxcar Children! WOW! My 3rd grade teacher read that book to our class, in 1951. I was already a reader and loved books, but that book has remained the one book that spurred my love of books and reading for a lifetime. Now, nearly 60 years later, I still love the first Boxcar Children and those wonderful illustrations. Wish I could find one of the old copies. I have a new one. Perhaps that book was the catalyst for my love of decorating, also!

Pat

GiddyRobinMama said...

oh i loved the boxcar children! I gave the series to my neice and she loved them too. That series sparked my love for reading too!

Marsha said...

Just yesterday a certain newly-four years old little girl 'round my house celebrated her birthday sharing 99 cent bottles of organic sparkling raspberry/apple juice. Can you say fun? The kids were all dazzled by the "special juice" and having it really made things festive.

I also like to offer such things (or Pelegrino and juice) as an alternative or alcohol when we entertain. We know many people who do not drink wine or beer for whatever reason and I like having something special on hand that's a little celebratory while not being a hard beverage.

Amy said...

I love to keep these on hand for running meals to new mommies. What a better time to celebrate then with a new baby! That is the time to really toast!

Barb said...

My kids LOVE sparkling juice for special occasions. They pull out wine glasses and enjoy the sparkle and juice. We usually buy cider or grape juice. Something like this make an ordinary Saturday night into something special for them.

Barb