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Share your deals & questions 12/29

Posted December 29, 2016

Mini savings account

Found a deal today? Here's the place to share it.

Have a question that doesn't fit into any of the other threads? Here's the place to ask it.

I hope you have a fabulously frugal day! As I always say, it's your money, spend it wisely!

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  • Em2s Dec 29, 2016

    Observant - The stroll down memory lane was a special touch during this holiday week -- thank you!

  • ascherer Dec 29, 2016

    Swagbucks code alert. GetAlerts in the swag button until 7pm for 4 SB

  • remer54 Dec 29, 2016

    Just got this one e-mail Thanks and goodbye

    Thanks for being a Right@Home® member. The program is being discontinued, but you can still follow SC Johnson brands using the links below.

  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Dec 29, 2016

    observant - that was such a sweet sentiment of how things were when you were growing up. I think there are many people who still feel that way - and many of you are on this blog! :-)

  • observant Dec 29, 2016

    RAESMOM1612
    I knew I was missing a little sister ! LOL
    I wish I could go back to those times !
    We worked hard, played fairly, and ate healthy - mostly what we or those around us raised/grew .
    We RESPECTED everyone and everything we had.
    We shared what we had with someone who needed it - even if it was only a leftover biscuit. A leftover biscuit tasted wonderful when halved and shared .

  • jdouglas13 Dec 29, 2016

    Raesmom LOL :)

    Observant, good to know - thanks!

    I guess since I was told that beef tongue was bologna and smoked chubb was tuna when I was a kid, perhaps I've already had jowls?!?!

  • raesmom1612 Dec 29, 2016

    Ok at first I was with jdouglas on the hog jowls......but after reading observants post I would totally try it!!! I swear my parents found me in some remote part of the country side of North Carolina/Georgia and took me up to NY lolololol that "pig killing feast" sounds like something I would be happy to participate in :)

  • observant Dec 29, 2016

    I missed the smoked hog jowl post.
    I have never had smoked hog jowls but the freezer always ha at least one fresh hog jowl for the traditional New Year's meal where I grew up Western North Carolina ) .
    We were raised not waste a thing especially when it came to meat or produce !!
    If it did no longer moved you cooked ,cured ,dried, smoked or pickled it .
    Hog jowls are some of the most tender, flavorful meat you can find in a pig .
    It can be cooked several ways including like a pork roast ( slow cooker or oven roasted) ,
    I do remember my grandfather cooking one over an outdoor fire on pig killing day - that was one of the biggest eating days of the year - family and neighbors working together and sharing in the bounty of everyone's labors. Hog jowls also add great flavoring in vegetables with less fat .

  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Dec 29, 2016

    Baseball2hockey - going to look now to see if I have it.

    Jdouglas - apparently it's used to season the collard and blackeye peas and tastes a lot like bacon. I learned that today!

  • jdouglas13 Dec 29, 2016

    Smoked hog jowls? Hmmmmmm. No thanks. ;)

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