Friday, 19 April 2019

The Queen speaks.

No time to write some words, talk to the camera and let yooootoooob do the rest. Beautiful day to be outside.



ilona

9 comments:

  1. What deals!! We can't find any food that cheap in the US.. they'd rather toss it out!!

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    1. Yes, it is a shame. Even when the stores are closing for the evening nothing gets marked down, at least where I live in Naples FL. I don't know why. We do have a small Aldi now though!

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  2. Well done! We don't get bargains like that here - best I can do is when meat is on at 50% off.

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    1. 30% off is as good as it gets in Alberta, or at least in my city

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  3. Thats wonderful, imagine paying full price for all of that.i like your hair color really suits you.

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  4. I always enjoy your videos and love seeing what you have bought!.You have just reminded me though why I dont shop at Tesco any more.Those original prices were so very high compared to Aldi.Plus as Ive said before,it is a rugby scrum at my local Tesco at that time of night.I am still going to Aldi at 8am every 2 to 3 weeks and buying and freezing all the half price bargains that they put out at that time.My hubby is a meat eater so there are really good savings there.This time it will be 3 weeks since I last shopped and Ive worked out that I am spending around £45 average per week total,but that is for 3 adults and 5 cats.I realise though that it isnt possible for everyone to go shopping at that time of the morning,but Im lucky that my Aldi is only about 5 mins away from where I live,xx

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  5. Great vid! I managed to catch final y/s bargains at my tesco last week.. and bought the very same pack of spinach for same 24p price.. no donuts though unfortunately!!

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  6. Seems like your average savings on food is down to the 1/4 of original prices!!
    Wish we had a Tesco here in the USA, but they didn't take...
    PS -- that dip is pronounced " gua-ca-mole- ay" from Mexican cuisine. Best with a bit of lemon juice added after opening, to help prevent the avocado base from browning.
    KAYTHEGARDENER

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  7. Turn the yogurts up side down, put on small saucers and put in your fridge. I have made yogurt last well beyond the expiration dates by doing that. Yes you can still do it even after you have opened the container. Great shopping trip!

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