There are many things I regret listening to. Most are pieces of advice from my mother. However, this time I got one right!!! I was in Walmart the other day and was led by the Spirit (no other way to put it) to the meat aisle. I thought, “Well, they do mark meat down on Sundays, I guess that’s why I felt the urge to come back here.” I walked to my usual areas looking at the big back of chicken quarters for $6.90 for 10 pounds. Hmmm, good deal, but I’m tired of eating that. I went to the beef, “Nope, you’re not tearing my tummy up!”, then to the pork. A roast maybe? $15??? Man, those kids will tear that thing up like vultures in 2-3 days! Then I looked at the ribs. I was like, “Why am I looking at ribs?” Then I heard my mother’s voice:
When buying meat, always check the price tags.
Sometimes the stocker will make a mistake on the sticker
and they have to honor the price.
Y’all, I started digging like a yard dog. I’m slinging rib slabs left and right. Then, there it was…
Can you see it?? Let me zoom in closer for you. Holler when you see it.
Yes!!! Someone made a SIGNIFICANT boo-boo on this one! So I fed my family last night for under $1.50. Amen and amen! Hallelujah! Believe it or not, there were leftovers! Praise the Lord. Ok, I’m done now. I hope this little tip has helped you and has encouraged you to take a little extra time to dig for some treasure at your local store.