These look Delicious! This is another cookie recipe from Shannon that I haven't gotten to try. But I hear, from my niece, that they're really good. So, sometime soon I'll have to try these. Thanks again Shannon for another delicious Recipe!!
This is another cookie that I remember always eating around this time of year. Our school always had a Christmas Program and each person was in charge of bringing a dozen cookies for refreshments. These are the cookies that my Mom always made. They are so delicious, and the hershey kiss makes it that much better! I am sure everyone has had these, but these had to go on my Christmas Treats Countdown.
Click Here to print Peanut Butter Blossoms Recipe.
1 1/2 Cups crushed Graham Crackers
1 (14 Oz.) Sweetened Condensed Milk
2 Cups Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
1 Cup Butterscotch Chips (You can add as little or as much as you want)
1 Cup Sweetened Flaked Coconut (I usually add a little more)
1 Cup Chopped Walnuts
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cut the butter into thick slices and place in a 9X13 baking
dish. Melt the butter in the oven. Once the butter is melted, sprinkle the crushed graham
crackers over the melted butter & stir well. Once it has cooled a little, press onto the
bottom of the dish. Pour the Sweetened condensed milk over the graham crackers. Then
sprinkle the chocolate chips, butterscotch chips, coconut, and then the nuts & press down.
Bake 25-30 minutes, or until golden brown.
My friend, Lindsay, told me about these cookies a few years ago. We were playing games (wow, life before kids, we actually could play games!:)) Her husband was telling us about these delicious cookies that she makes called Rolo Cookies. They sounded so good, but I never got the recipe from her. So, a few Christmases ago, I decided to look up this recipe and try them out. And sure enough they did not disappoint.
My husband loves pumpkin pie and cheesecake. So when I saw this recipe I knew I had to try it. It comes from the Taste of Home Holiday books. I haven't tried it yet, but I am in the process of making it right now! But to tempt you I took a picture of the book. This recipe was the cover, so it must be good! Enjoy!
I really love Alton Brown's show because he explains everything. He explained why brining a turkey is so important: Bringing causes the water in the meat to come out into the brine. The brine then attaches to the H20 and goes into the turkey (he called it equilibrium). The juices are trapped in the turkey and will not come out even when cooked.
So my first Thanksgiving, I decided to brine my Turkey. And it was delicious!! So here is Alton Brown's Brine recipe.
1 Gallon Vegetable Broth
1 Cup Kosher Salt (or reg. salt)
1/2 Cup Brown Sugar
1 tbsp. Peppercorns
1/2 tbsp. All Spice Berries
1/2 tbsp. Candied ginger (I couldn't find this so I just use reg. ginger)
Once you bring to a boil take off burner and let cool a little. Then pour into a large bucket. Add 1 gallon of iced water.
Soak overnight. And since it's cold outside put it in your garage, so it doesn't take up room in the fridge. Believe me, I had to put it in our fridge in Hawaii, what a pain!
The next day:
Rinse the inside/outside of the turkey.
Half an Onion & 1 Red apple sliced & microwaved in water
Put these into the cavity of the turkey.
Rub the turkey with canola oil. (I have also heard to put butter under the skin.) Alton also makes a Turkey Triangle (a triangle made out of foil) this is used to cover the breast of the turkey.
Preheat oven to 500 degrees. Cook the turkey in and cook for 30 minutes. After the 30 minutes lower the temperature to 350 degrees, put your turkey triangle on and place your turkey in the oven, legs first.
White meat should be cooked to a temperature of 161 degrees
Dark meat: 180 degrees
Another important thing to do is let your Turkey rest 20-30 min. after cooking, covered.
Sorry there are no pictures, but I will add one tomorrow! And sorry for the late post, but there's still Christmas!
It looks like you purchase the 5 items and mail in the form. They then send you $5 in coupons. Items must be purchased before 12/7/09 and the form must be postmarked by 1/7/10. Coupons must be redeemed by 4/12/10.
They did a similar offer last year but it was for a $5 rebate. If you watch sales, you can usually find these items at a great price.
**Dont forget the first rebate that is in the booklets expires in Dec.
Natural Honey has been used by mankind for 2500 years. It's numerous health benefits have made it an important part of traditional medicines.
In many foods and drinks, sugar can be replaced with honey. The sugars in honey are very easily digested.
Honey provides us with some trace amounts of vitamins and minerals, depending upon the flowers the bees used. It needs to be treated with care, and , unless using it in baking, should not be heated above 140 degrees, since higher temperatures may destroy some nutrients and cause darkening of the honey. (Using a microwave oven to soften crystallized honey should be avoided.) The most gentle method of softening honey is to place the contained honey in a bowl of boiling water, replacing the cooled water again and again with boiling water. This can take all day! (You can also put it out in the sun on a warm day.)
The flavors and colors of honey are varied, depending on the plants from which the bees feed. Generally the lighter the honey, the milder the flavor.
Honey has antioxidants, as do most fruits and vegetables. Antioxidants are non-nutritive agents that can decrease the activity of cell-damaging free radicals. (Free radicals have been linked with many chronic diseases.) The darker varieties of honey, in particular, can contain large quantities of a particular antioxidant called flavonoids. these are the same substances, found in red grapes, that have been linked with the lower risk of heart disease. Honey is also a preservative and can slow rancidity in foods.
Although honey is used as an affective dressing on infected wounds, burns and ulcers, the honey purchased for culinary purposes should not be used in this manner, as it contains spores that may cause infection. The honey used in wound healing has been sterilized, generally with gamma radiation.
While honey's nutritional value may be less than some like to believe, it has many other desirable properties.
Here are some tips the newsletter listed:
To replace sugar with honey in a recipe, substitute 3/4 of a cup of honey for 1 cup of sugar and reduce the liquid 1/4 cup, or add 1/4 cup additional flour.
For culinary uses, one cup of honey is considered the equivalent of 1 1/4 cup of sugar.
Berry Flavored Honey
16 oz light colored honey
1 1/2 cups raspberries or strawberries
In a small saucepan stir honey until warmed through. Gently stir in berries. Pour into heat-proof jar. Cool to room temperature. Cover tightly. Let stand at room temperature 3 days, then refrigerate. This makes a thin product, more like a syrup than honey. Serve it over waffles, pancakes, or with nut breads. KEEP REFRIDERATED.
*courtesy of The Wooden Spoon Newsletter April 4, 2007 Vol.2 No. 8
1 3/4 cup regular dry milk (3 cups instant)
4 cups very warm water (not over 120 degrees)
1/3 cup yogurt with active cultures
Combine dry milk and water. Stir with wire whisk until disolved. Add yogurt and whisk. Pour into containers, cover and incubate in a warm spot for 6-8 hours. Do not disturb during incubation.
3 3/4 quarts warm water
4 cups dry, powdered milk
1 cup melted honey
1 Tbsp. vanilla
1 cup plain yogurt
3 Tbsp. unsweetened gelatin (4 packets)
Soften gelatin in 1/4 cup cold water. Stir in some of the 3 3/4 quarts warm water to further dissolve gelatin. Stir some of the water into dry powdered milk and mix well. Add all remaining ingredients. Blend well and pour into jars for incubation. Incubate 6-8 hours. Makes almost 5 quarts.
* I haven't tried these out but thought I would pass it along.
I also found a 172 page recipe book that someone emailed me that is for Food Storage recipes. If you want a copy I can email it to you, just comment with your email address and I will send it to you.
courtesy of The Wooden Spoon Newsletter April 5,2007 Vol. 2 No. 9
Sweepstakes info: Prize is a gift card from Merry Maids® good for a year’s worth of house cleaning services. Prize value: $2,800.
For full details and to enter visit TennesseePride.com.
In another large bowl, whisk the milk and both pudding mixes for 2 minutes or until soft-set. Spread over cream cheese layer.
We are planning on purchasing Shirley J items again in November so last week 2 Shirley J cooks came and demonstated how to use many of their products. It was so helpful and we got to taste them!! Their website, ShirleyJ.com, has recipes for their products.
At the demo for relief society, we tried:
the sour dough bread which was really good..it had a wonderful texture
the cornbread which was very good! I dont make cornbread too often because mine always turns out grainy and crumbly. This was neither--it was soo good. I am going to buy some cornbread mix. I also like that their products last for 20 years. Cornmeal only stores for a few months.
I love my bouillion
I may try the onion seasoning or universal seasoning. My understanding is that they are the same thing. The seasoning is more concentrated than you would buy in the grocery store so instead of using a whole packet of onion soup mix you need a much smaller quantity making it a better deal.
We also tried the pizza seasoning. I like it; it tasted similar to Little Ceasars..it tasted a bit salty although they told us that all Shirley J products are low sodium.
I have some of the creamy soup base which is now called universal sauce. Now that I have found some recipes of things to make with it, I am excited.
Recipe/great use for universal sauce:
It can be used as a substitute for cream of soups..that's right you can use it instead of cream of chicken, cream of mushroom, etc. You can see the cream of soup recipe here.
I will experiment with the products that I have and will post my results and my opinions. If anyone else has Shirley J products I would love to here your feedback.
ground beef $1.99/lb
Big Buy bacon 16 oz $.99
Chicken breast $1.49/lb
Sirloin chops bone in $.99/lb
butt roast or ribs (bone in) $.88/lb
pork picnic roast $.99
Dole 28 oz pineapple $.78
wf powdered or brown sugar $1.08
wf walnuts 16 oz $2.98
southeastern mills gravy $.48
General Mills cereal $1.97
Kelloggs cereals 3/$9 ($2 off milk if you buy3) (coupons at kelloggs.com)
wf applesause 23-24 oz $1.25
del monte corn or green beans $.83
gold n plump whole chickens $4.49
tillamook 8oz med cheddar or colby jack $1.99
nabisco ritz $2.79 wheat thins $2.69 ($1/2 @ grocerysmarts group a)
cheez it $2.29
keeble fudge shoppe cookies $1.99 ($1/2 at grocerysmarts group a)
shur savings milk $1.79
freschetta pizza $3.99 ($1/1 @ freschetta.com)
pictsweet 28oz frozen vegetables $1.98
congra sale buy 10 items and receive a 48 oz wesson oil for free
a few of the items included are:
hunts spag. sauce $.95
hunts diced tomatoes $.97 ($.45/3)
rosarita refried beans $.89
Pie Crust #1
2 cups flour
1/2 tsp salt
2/3 cup shortening (I have heard that butter flavored shortening makes it very good but I have never tried it)
6-7 Tbsp cold water
Combine flour & salt. Cut shortening into flour mixture. Sprinkle 1 Tbsp water over part of the mixture; gently toss with fork. Push moistened dough to side of bowl. Repeat using 1 Tbsp water at a time,until all the dough is moistened. Divide in half. Form each half into a ball. Flatten each ball into a 12" circle.
Do you have problems picking up the circle to put in the pan? A tip I learned is to wrap one edge of the circle over the rolling pin and gently lift up the circle. I will take pictures next time I make a pie crust to show you but this method helps when the crust is trying to stick to the counter or when it is trying to break apart.
Makes 2 shells - top and bottom or 2 tops.
I also have another pie crust recipe--but I cant remember if i have tried it or not. Here it is:
4 cups flour
1 tsp salt
1 Tbsp sugar
1 3/4 cup shortening
1/2 cup cold water
1 Tbsp vinegar
Combine flour, salt & sugar. Cut shortening into flour mixture. Combine water, vinegar and egg. Add the liquid mixture to the flour mixture. Stir lightly with a fork and then form into 5 balls. Put into a small container and refrigerate for a short while before rolling out onto a lightly floured board.
Makes 5 shells. Can be frozen as balls or after rolling out for later use.
This recipe came from allrecipes.com but I did it a little different. I used left over chicken from a rotisserie style chicken we had for dinner a few nights ago. The recipe from allrecipes asked for sliced carrots, I didn't feel like slicing, so I used frozen peas and carrots. The only difference is the sliced carrots are a little firmer.
Bake in the preheated oven for 30 to 35 minutes, or until pastry is golden brown and filling is bubbly.
1 cup sliced carrots
1 cup frozen green peas
1/2 cup sliced celery
1/3 cup butter
1/3 cup chopped onion
1/3 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
1/4 teaspoon celery seed
1 3/4 cups chicken broth
2/3 cup milk
2 (9 inch) unbaked pie crusts
In a saucepan, combine chicken, carrots, peas, and celery. Add water to cover and boil for 15 minutes. Remove from heat, drain and set aside.
In the saucepan over medium heat, cook onions in butter until soft and translucent. Stir in flour, salt, pepper, and celery seed. Slowly stir in chicken broth and milk. Simmer over medium-low heat until thick. Remove from heat and set aside.
Place the chicken mixture in bottom pie crust. Pour hot liquid mixture over. Cover with top crust, seal edges, and cut away excess dough. Make several small slits in the top to allow steam to escape.
Bake in the preheated oven for 30 to 35 minutes, or until pastry is golden brown and filling is bubbly. Cool for 10 minutes before serving.
The ingredients are: Flour, Yeast, Milk, Butter/Shortening, Sugar, Salt, & Coconut Milk
First mix 2 1/2 cups of flour and yeast. In a saucepan heat and stir milk;sugar; shortening, margarine, or butter; and salt til warm and the shortening/butter almost melts. Add to flour mixture. Beat with an electric mixer on low speed for 30 seconds, scraping bowl constantly. Using a spoon, stir in as much remaining flour as you can to make a moderatlystiff dough that is smooth and easy to pull - 6-8 minutes. Put some Crisco shortening on your hands. This will add moisture toyour rolls and make it easier to handle (I didn't do this). Shape in a ball and put in a greased bowl. Turn it on both sides to grease the whole ball of dough. Cover and let rise until doubled about 1 hour. Punch dough down.
Roll 18 balls and cover for 10 minutes while you make the following milk mixture.
Mix 2 cans of coconut milk with 1 cup of sugar. (Add more sugar if you like it sweeter.) In 2 13x9x2 pans, pour in half of the milkmixture in each pan, put in 9 bread rolls on top (or you can make the rolls smaller to make more rolls). Bake at 375 degrees in the ovenfor 20 minutes or until bread tests done.
And here they are! Don't they look delicious? Well, they are. You can't really see the coconut cream on the bottom, but believe me, it's there. So, now you have the recipe. Now go make them! Enjoy.
1 package yeast
2 1/4 cups milk
2 tablespoons milk
1 tablespoon sugar
1 tablespoon shortening, margarine, or butter
1 teaspoon salt
First mix 2 1/2 cups of flour and yeast. In a saucepan heat and stir milk, sugar, shortening, margarine, or butter; and salt til warm and the shortening/butter almost melts. Add to flour mixture. Beat with an electric mixer on low speed for 30 seconds, scraping bowl constantly. Using a spoon, stir in as much remaining flour as you can to make a moderatly stiff dough that is smooth and easy to pull - 6-8 minutes. Put some Crisco shortening on your hands. This will add moisture to your rolls and make it easier to handle (I didn't do this). Shape the dough into a ball and put in a greased bowl. Turn it on both sides to grease the whole ball of dough. Cover and let rise until doubled about 1 hour. Punch dough down.
Roll 18 balls and cover for 10 minutes while you make the following milk mixture. (I rolled the dough into balls and then let them rise in the coconut mixture. I let them rise longer than 10 minutes, maybe 20 minutes.)
Mix 2 cans of coconut milk with 1 cup of sugar. (Add more sugar if you like it sweeter.) In 2 13x9x2 pans, pour in half of the milkmixture in each pan, put in 9 bread rolls on top (or you can make the rolls smaller to make more rolls). Bake at 375 degrees in the oven for 20 minutes or until bread tests done.
Yoplait Yogurt $.50 (1 free when you buy 6)
Albertsons shredded cheese 6-8 oz $1.69
Pepperidge Farm Goldfish $1
GM Halloween cereal $1.99 (-$1/2 & -$1/2 at grocerysmarts GroupA)
Fritos, Cheetohs, Rold Gold pretzels $2
Russet potatoes 5lb $.99
Albertsons beef round rump roast or beef chuck cross rib roast, boneless $1.99
Hamburger Helper $1 (-75/3 at grocerysmarts)
Keebler Chips Deluxe cookies $1.99
Swiss Miss hot Chocolate $1
DiGiorno Pizza (-1.50/2 at grocerysmarts)
Red Baron singles $3.49 (-$.75/1 or $-1/1)
Mix N Match Sale
Colgate 360 (-$1)
Birds Eye steamfresh or C&w veggies (-.35 or -.50)
C&H Sugar 5lb. (-.35)
Log Cabin Syrup (-.50 see pinchingpennies)
Hormel pepperoni (-.55 see pinchingpennies)
Cloroz wipes (-buy 2 get 1 free see pinching pennies)
Colgate toothpaste (-1)
Palmolive (.75 + mail in rebate)=FREE
Emerald peanuts (-1.50/2)
Playtex gloves (-1)
Popsecret popcorn (-1/2 see pinchingpennies)
Ronzoni pasta (-1/2 see pinchingpennies)
There are more online coupons. Go to pinchingyourpennies.com and look at the albertsons preview for a list of the items on sale and coupons.
Most items included in the sale are a very good price. Check grocerysmarts.com Group C for online coupons to save even more.
You may want to ask if you need to purchase each group of $10 separately for the sale or if you can purchase $20 or $30 and get $3 off for each $10.
Here is a partial list of the Maceys sales. I have to wait until tomorrow to see the full ad.
WF ice cream $1.88
Barilla pasta $.78
Totinos Pizza Crust $.88 (-$1/5)
Kelloggs cereal $1.28 each when buy 4
I have to admit that I love my new book even better than my older one. It is smaller and not so big and bulky and it is more attractive. I like that I can close it with the loop. And I love the clip on the front cover. Its perfect for holding coupons or grocery lists.
The books measure 9"x9". They are made of chipboard scrapbooking pages covered with patterned paper. They are held together with metal rings.
My book closes with a loop of stretchy ribbon stretched around a button. Sheena's book has a ribbon instead of the stretchy ribbon.You can still use baseball card page protectors but need to cut the top row off so that you have 2 rows of 3 pockets per page.
The original recipe which makes about 24 servings.
This recipe came from Taste of Home June/July 2005.
5 medium tart apples, peeled and sliced
1 1/4 cups sugar, divided
1 3/4 tsp cinnamon, divided
1 cup flour
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 cup cold butter
1 cup water
In a bowl, combine the apples, 1/4 cup sugar and 1 tsp cinnamon. Transfer to a greased 8-in square baking dish. In a small bowl, combine the flour, baking powder, salt and remaining sugar; cut in butter until crumbly. Sprinkle over apples, pressing down to smooth top.
Slowly pour water over the top; sprinkle with remaining cinnamon. Bake, uncovered, at 400 for 40-45 minutes or until apples are tender. Serve warm with vanilla ice cream, because you cant have apple crisp without vanilla ice cream. :)
I also have another recipe that I have made several times over the past few years. It also came from Taste of Home or one of my other magazines. And you must serve this with vanilla ice cream as well. :)
Apple Dumpling Bake2 tubes (8 oz each) refrigerated crescent rolls
2 medium Granny Smith apples, peeled and cored
1 cup sugar
1/3 cup butter, melted
3/4 cup sprite
Unroll crescent rolls & separate dough into 16 triangles. Cut each apple into 8 wedges. Wrap a crescent dough triangle around each apple wedge. Place in a greased 13x9 baking dish.
In a bowl, combine sugar and butter; sprinkle over rolls. Slowly pour the soda around the rolls (do not stir). Sprinkle with cinnamon. Bake uncovered at 350 for 35-40 mins or until golden brown. Serve warm with ice cream.
If you buy their products be sure to save the upc's from the packages. Once you have acquired 10, you can mail them to them and they will mail you a coupon for free product! I have been a member of their mailing list for several years and have done this once. I am one away from receiving another coupon.
If you sign up, be sure to read the emails you receive from them as they will email you surveys every once in a while. If you participate in the surveys you will able to print coupons.
They also have a school rewards program. Their packages have a special upc-thing that you can cut out and give to your school. The school can turn them in and earn money like the boxtops.
They aren't our favorite chicken nuggets but they arent bad and they are usually reasonably priced. I havent tried their other products but I should. If any of you have let me know how you like them.
Albertsons beef top round London Broil, boneless Buy 1 Get 1 free (2#s $5.49)
Pork loin sirloin chops, boneless Buy 1 Get 1 free (2 #s $3.99)
Pork shoulder country style ribs, boneless Buy 1 Get 1 Free (2 #s $3.49)
Hormel ham or Carolina turkey is only $3.79 in the deli
Pringles $1.25 (-$1/4 coupon in sundays paper)
Velveeta 16 oz. $3.99 (-$1 in ad coupon)
Wonder bread $1.67 (-$.55/1)
Totinos pizza rolls $1 (-$.40/2 or $.35/1)
Crest toothpaste $1.49 (-$.50)
Listerine total care $4.99 (-$2)
Soft Scrub scrubby pads $2.50 (-$1)
Tide $8.99 (-$1)
General Mills sale
Save $3 instantly when you purchase 4 items.
The fruit snacks are included but are only a 3 star.
GM cereal (honey nut cheerios, trix, cookie crisp, lucky charms) is a 5 star at $2.50 before the savings and $1.75 after Plus there are several coupons. Coupons are $1/2 & $1/3 & online $1/2 coupon.
Nature Valley granola bars are also a 5 star and there are several coupons.
Example purchase: If you purchase 4 boxes of cereal the total would be $10 - $1/2 coupon - $1/2 coupon - $3 instant savings = $5 or $1.25 per box. ***Remember you must purchase in groups of 4 to qualify!
Nabisco Planters sale
Save $3 instantly when you purchase 4 items.
All items included are a 4 or 5 star. The participating items are:
crackerfuls (-$1/1, Free crackerfuls when you buy ritz)
Ritz crackers (-$1/2 in kraft booklet)
planters peanuts (-$1/2 in the kraft booklet)
Trix Cookie Crisp and Lucky Charms (GM $1/2 coupon)
Wheat Thins ($1 off 1 coupon & Another $1 off coupon)
All are listed at $2.50 before the $3 off and $1.75 after.
***Dont forget about the $20 mail in rebate that is also found in the kraft booklet. You need to purchase 10 cookie or crackers plus other items. You do NOT need to purchase everything in 1 purchase. The offer says to include register receipts not receipt. The first rebate is good through 12/31/09 so start saving receipts. I keep mine in my coupon book..that way I know where they are and I can keep a tally of what else I need to purchase to qualify for the rebate.
Example purchase: 1 crackerful, 1 ritz, 2 planters, 2 wheat thins, and 2 cereal. 8 items. Total before coupons $20 - 2.50 (crackerful/ritz coupon) - $1 (planter) - $2 (2 wheat thin coupons) - $1 (cereal coupon) - $6 (2 instant savings) = $7.50. That comes out to less than $1 for each item Plus you can 4 crackers for the rebate.
**Remember you must buy in increments of 4 and I recommend splitting each group of 4 into its own order because often the computer will only recognize 1 instant savings per order. This happened to my sister a few weeks ago she purchased 2 groups of $15 and thought she would receive 2 $5 off coupons; however she only received 1. If she had purchased one group of $15 and then another she would have received both coupons. I prefer to shop this way anyway because it is easier to keep track of the prices and I can catch mistakes easier.
Taco Bell sale
There are several taco bell items that are on sale and you can save $3 when you purchase $10. However, none of them are a really great deal.
There is also a mix n match sale. You can receive $5 off your next purchase when you purchase $20. The only items that are a really good deal are the pillsbury brownie and cake mixes and the smuckers jellys and jams. I have found a really good cake recipe and brownie recipe that I make from scratch. They are so easy and better than any store bought mixes so I dont even buy mixes anymore. I will have to post the recipes soon. Hmm..an excuse to make brownies &/or cake. :)
5# potatoes $.89
Beef - 93% Lean Ground $1.99/#
Beef - Cross Rib Roast, boneless $1.58/#
Pork - Butt Roast, bone-in $1.18/#
Pork - Half Loin Roast, boneless $1.89/#
Pork - Sirloin Roast, bone-in $.99/#
Shursavings milk $1.67
WF butter $1.79
WF Medium cheddar 2#s $3.99
Hunts spaghetti sauce $.88
Quaker products save $3 when you buy any participating 5 products. This is a manufacturers coupon so you cannot use other coupons with it.
Hersheys or Reeses candy bars $.38 (several coupons for reeses)
Ortega diced green chilies $.92 (-$75/2)
WF egg noodles $.68
Wonder bread $1.64 (-coupon found here)
Tombstone pizza $3 (-$1.50/2)
Tonys crispy crust pizza $.78
WF burritos 10 pack $2.19
Gillette fusion razor $7.77 (-$4)
Olay bar soap $2.97 (-$1)
For those of you who live in Spanish Fork, we have a new grocery store in Salem called Crisp's. They are an associated food store and offer many of the same sale items as maceys.