It's been a while since I've seen enough good eals to do this - but, by golly - Caputo's has enough deals on stuff to make it a one-stop shopping trip to get you set for the week. I've got a list of items on sale, and a menu (click on each entree to go to the recipe) that combines quick and easy, not just in the store, but in the kitchen!

$.99 lb. pork roast
$.89 lb. roasting bell peppers
$1.49 lb. boneless, skinless chicken breast
$.79 La Bella Romana pasta (12-16 oz. pkgs.)
$1.49 18 oz. Fisher Peanut Butter
2/$1 heads of: Boston, Romaine, Red, or Green Leaf Lettuce
$.59 lb. Anjou Pears
2/$3 Dutch Farms 8 oz. shred cheese
$.99 Pillsbury rolls
$.79 lb. Gala apples
4/$1 bunches of cilantro
4/$5 28 oz. cans La Bella Romana tomatoes

What you'll need to have on hand:
carrots, optional
tortillas, corn preferrably
cooking oil
sandwich bread
salad dressing
chicken bouillion
brown sugar
soy sauce

Meal Ideas:

Roasted Red Bell Pepper and Mozzarella Frittata

Pepper and Tomato Pasta, side salad, garlic bread

Pork Roast with veggies

Tacos Carnitas

Chicken 'n' Biscuits, Cinnamon Apples

Peanut Chicken

Apple Crisp

Pear Crisp
4 Responses
  1. Precious Says:

    Wow! I can't believe how cheap the pork roast and chicken breasts are per pound! I would definitely be stocking for a few weeks.

  2. I plan to stock up the freezer - I love meat under $1 lb.!!!

  3. Virginia Mom Says:

    OK- I thought the costs would be higher in the Chicago area than here.... but I want to go shopping at your store this week! We have one store that has ground beef on sale for $1.28/lb this week- that is the lowest I've seen it here in awhile, so I'll be buying 15 or 20lb to put in the freezer.

  4. When the meat deals come, we get loads of cheap meat - but when deals are sparse, I live off my freezer. Now I have to refill it and this is the time to do it!!

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