This week I’m back to the usual shopping tips that means that you can expect plenty of fresh fruit and veg and meat deals from the top five supermarkets in Ireland. Yesterday was stir-up Sunday; which if you are very organised meant that you made your Christmas cake and Christmas pudding by yesterday. I obviously didn’t, so this year will be either going for shop-bought or not at all. It’s gas the way I’ve had to change what I buy to allow for the fact that I can only use one hand at the moment.
As you may know by now I am an absolute thrift addict. So when the Irish Times asked me to ditch my thrifty ways and shop somewhere else it was interesting. You can find out how I got on today over on their website by clicking here.
If you have a deal or a discount you think would be worth sharing then drop me an email (wholesomecook-at-gmail-dot-com) to be added to the list for consideration. These are my own personal choices and I’m not sponsored in any way (monetary or benefit in kind) to provide this information. This blogpost is based on my own personal research and please don’t reproduce it elsewhere.
Don’t forget that this Friday is “Black Friday” a.k.a. the first Friday after Thanksgiving, and quite a number of Irish shops are offering discounts both online and in-store. Read on to find out a little bit more information and some of my top picks. [Read more…]