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Carlie C's deals 6/10: London broil, laundry detergent & more!

Posted June 10, 2013

 

Carlie C's has some good buys this week on London broil, Butterball ground turkey, canned veggies, rice, All and Surf laundry detergent and more!

Coupon Policy: Carlie C’s accepts manufacturer's coupons. They do not double coupons. They will accept 4 coupons for 4 of the same item. If you have 5 of the same coupon and buy 5 of the item, they will accept 4 of the coupons and not the fifth one. For the full coupon policy, see their website.

These deals are valid June 10 – June 16, 2013.

Produce

Fresh cilantro, .49/lb

Fresh Express garden salad or shredded lettuce, $1.50 - .55 coupon from 3/10 SS (expires 6/10)

Mangoes, $1

Yellow squash, $1.29/lb (.99/lb at Kroger this week)

Roma tomatoes, $1.39.lb (.99/lb at Kroger this week)

Broccoli crowns, $1.59/lb

Baking or russet potatoes, 5 lb bag, $2.29

Meat

Fresh split fryer breast, $1.18/lb

Pork picnic, $1.18/lb

Boneless London Broil, $2.88/lb – good price

Boneless beef cubed steak, $2.98/lb

Boneless beef bottom round roast, $3.08/lb

Butterball ground turkey, 1 lb, $2.19 - $1 coupon from 5/19 SS = $1.19

Butterball fresh turkey bratwurst, 1 lb, $3 - $1 coupon from 5/19 SS = $2.00

John Morrell meat franks, 12 oz, .88

Dairy & Frozen

Pet frozen sherbet, 32 oz, $1.66

Grocery

IGA tomato paste, 6 oz, .39

Better Valu vegetables, canned, 2 for .89

Libby’s fruit cocktail, pears, peaches, canned, 15.25 oz, $1.00

IGA spaghetti sauce, 24 oz, $1

IGA long grain rice, 5 lb bag, $2.50

Non-Food

Colgate mouthwash, $3 - $2 coupon from 6/2 SS = $1

IGA fabric sheets, 80 count, $1.50

All laundry detergent, 24 – 50 oz, $2.99 - $1 coupon from 5/5 RP, .75/1 coupon from 6/2 RP = $1.99 after $1 coupon (good deal for 50 oz)

Surf laundry detergent, 100 oz, $3.99 - $1 coupon from 6/2 RP = $2.99 (very good price for 100 oz)

 

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  • newsnut Jun 11, 2013

    lays chips buy one get one free

  • jdouglas13 Jun 10, 2013

    quemaster, your marinade sounds good! When you say black soy, are you talking about tamari?

    Just to clarify, I cut it to look like a square block, because I do like it to be thick. I also like to char it very well on all sides, so keeping it thick allows me to not over cook the interior.

    Either way, it can make a delicious steak on the grill! :)

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jun 10, 2013

    Excellent advice on the grilled London broil quemaster and jdouglas! Thank you so much!

  • quemaster Jun 10, 2013

    Jdouglas13 is right. I cut mine in half, too. I cut mine to reduce the thickness. I marinate in hoison sauce, black soy sauce, worchestire, a little rice wine, garlic (powder or minced fresh), onion powder, hot sauce (I use 'rooster' sauce (Sriracha)and/or crushed red pepper flakes for just a little heat/spice. Marinate as long as you can! I salt and pepper mine and let it sit while I'm mixing the marinade. I then grill till pink in the middle which is pretty fast. (If you don't have the hoison and black soy use regular soy and some molasses. A little brown sugar and also be substituted. I usually sear both sides quickly and then cook on indirect heat till i have it the way I like it.

  • jdouglas13 Jun 10, 2013

    Faye, for steak, we get London broil most of the times since it is the most affordable. We like it grilled, too. I cut it in half so there are two fairly equal square hunks of meat (couldn't think how to describe that very well! LOL). Put it in a bowl or ziploc bag and marinate in a mixture of soy sauce, a little worcestershire (optional), EVOO, and garlic powder. Make sure the meat is covered with marinade, and if you use a ziploc bag, put the bag in a bowl in case it leaks. Let it sit in fridge most of the day.

    Get your grill nice and hot, throw it on, and just cook to medium rare. Use a meat thermometer and take it off when the center of the steak reads around 130 degrees. Let it sit at least 5 minutes before you slice it. Slice very thin across the grain. Any leftovers are delicious the next day on a mixed veg salad with viniagrette and crumbled gorgonzola or blue cheese.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jun 10, 2013

    Thanks for the suggestion, que! Any tips on grilling London broil? I always cook it in the slow cooker, but want to grill it so there is still some pink in it.

  • quemaster Jun 10, 2013

    That london broil is lean. If you have a meat grinder it would make great and cheap extra lean burger...95% at least. Not great for burgers (too dry) but great for tacos, chili, etc. I marinated one this weekend and grilled it. It was awesome!

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jun 10, 2013

    Please post if you find any more in the store, newsnut! :-)

  • newsnut Jun 10, 2013

    looks like I'll be getting some Surf & All detergents, Libby canned fruit, London broil, Butterball ground turkey, and keeping my eyes open for other deals too!!!