Monday, August 13, 2012

I Could Live at Wegmans

I love Wegmans.  So many fun organic ingredients and a huge cafe. 

Yesterday Tim wrote while I scored nearly 38 bucks worth of freebies, along with the best organic spinach (not free), and a groovy new Wegmans travel mug.

Loved having the same day off.

Then I opened the pizza shoppe today and it was a kick butt good day.  When I open I get to make calzones, specialty pies, bread, pizza balls and lots and lots of regular pizzas.

I love opening.  So much fun.
 
And, it's getting easier to enjoy (still don't love it), working nights, now that I'm busy creating three formulas for the baking contest.  It's a lot of fun to work on them.

That's about all from here.  We're about to eat and then Tim games and I'm fixin' to coupon from the couch.  I got me eight newspapers worth of sales.  Woohoo.

Hope you all had a good Monday.  Cheers and boogie boogie.

14 comments:

  1. Glad you scored big at Wegmans. I'd rather work the morning shift as well.

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  2. Working the morning shift trumps evenings any day! Have fun couponing!

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  3. I really, really need a Wegman's.

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  4. yeah, I'm not a fan of working nights either even tho the two I work are easy, just til 7pm. But it sounds like you're enjoying it and if you can enjoy your work then I envy you big time!

    oh, and just for the record, I like banana muffins, in fact, there aren't too many muffins I'd turn down - esp. if they were made by you!

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  5. Hope you're having a good time. It's been pouring buckets here. Quite a lot of flooding and the ewes are lambing.
    I've started knitting again. Have made four chunky wool scarfs with 12mm bamboo needles. It's like knitting with a couple of fence posts!

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  6. I have to ask, for the uninitiated, can you point us to a good couponing web-site? I did look around your site before I finally broke down and asked, honest.

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  7. Nice work! That's gotta feel so rewarding.

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  8. What's calzones, I've heard of it but haven't a clue what it is?

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  9. Nothing like a good calzone Ray, you eijit!

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  10. I love calzone, hadit first in the Med (never tasted better).

    I used to work permament nights when I was a nurse, 9pm to 9am thepositive side was no visitors and worked 8 days on 6 off so almost a holiday every two weeks!!

    Ian

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  11. Mmmm....calzones....

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  12. Alex: Mornings are so great.

    Anita: Thanks. Have you started couponing yet? Great way to save some green.

    Susan: Do you have a Whole Foods?

    mshatch: You get the best comment award. Thank you for such nice words.

    Two nights closing at 7pm aren't bad. But yeah, earlier is nicer. Agreed.

    Niki: Buckets? Holy cow. Sorry to hear about the flooding.

    I laughed at the bamboo needles.

    Chris: I for sure will. As of last Friday I started a new series on my blog about couponing. Going to do it for a few weeks, see how it goes, and I'll be sure to add a good handful of links to this Friday's post.

    Thanks for the question. If you need any help getting started you can drop me an email and/or ask questions.

    Couponing is SO MUCH FUN.

    Hanny: It feels amazing.

    Ray: Ours has ricotta cheese, provolone, sausage, pepperoni and tomato sauce -- all wrapped in what could look like a folded pizza.

    Mine at home are a little different, as I am not a big sausage fan. And I use a smoked mozzarella.

    Lurker: Can't believe he never had one. They can be nummy.

    Ian: What is the Med?

    Ouch on the 9pm to 9am. You won't hear me complain anymore. Though I do like the 8 days on and 6 off. That sounds very cool.

    Bard: Hello good Sir. Stromboli is good too. Now I'm going to have to make some and post them.

    Cheers and boogie boogie.

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  13. The very mention of pizza or calzones gets me ravenously hungry....

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  14. William: They can be good eats.

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