Once again I found a lot of ground beef marked down to 99-cents pound at Food Town this morning. As I type this, I'm in the process of cooking hamburger patties in my Nuwave oven. I can only cook three at a time so I have to keep running to the kitchen to put in the next batch. I bought 12 pounds so I got 24 half pound patties which I will freeze and then have for my breakfasts. One thing I like about cooking my burgers in a foil-lined pan in the Nuwave oven is that I can spoon the drippings back over the burgers before I freeze them. What I do is chill the fat until it starts to firm up and then spread some on each patty before I freeze them. The extra fat keeps the burgers from drying out when I reheat them in the microwave later. It's also nice to dip each bite into some of the fat as I eat my burger.
Food Town had Duke's mayonnaise on sale for 99-cents because it's going to expire in October. I don't know if I'll use it all by then but I'm sure it will be fine for a while longer than that. It wasn't on sale but I got a jar of Mt. Olive sugar free sweet relish for $1.54 after a 75-cent coupon. They also had 8-ounce cans of store brand tomato sauce 4/$1.00 so I bought four.
Some other good stuff from Food Town was a tube of Colgate toothpaste on sale for $1.33 or 58-cents after my 75-cent coupon. Cabbage was .29 pound and onions were .39 pound.
I only got one nice deal at HEB today but it was a great one. I needed pizza sauce to make a pizza for the guys tomorrow but I'd never bought it at HEB before. While looking at the different kinds they had, I noticed that their store brand canned pizza sauce was on sale for just 55-cents per can. There was a tag on the shelf that said they were normally $1.50. I bought three cans so I hope that it tastes good. I don't think I could make my own pizza sauce that cheap and Walmart's Great Value sauce is a dollar for a 14-ounce jar. These are 15-ounce cans.