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Those books look like fun finds! I would love to get a large muffin pan like that–your muffins look delectable.
The penne looks so good. i haven’t seen that at Trader Joe’s but now i must look closer. i have found that my close TJs doesn’t have all the same items at others around the county of San Diego… so if that means i must look elsewhere, then so be it. i feel guilty that i have more than one TJs nearby to shop at when others don’t have even one!!! (that Jewish guilt thing… i’ve got it bad.)
MUFFIN! Nice, big blueberry muffin… making me miss my South Haven, Mich., childhood daze at McKenzie’s bakery… *sigh* Looks awesome. The bigger the better, i say, esp. when it comes to muffins.
yum! looks so good the food. those muffins looks absolutely divine!
I love how Trader Joes is so good at labeling their products. I have to eat a gluten free diet and I love to shop there. I recently discovered their fresh squeezed organic orange juice and I will never drink anything else again. It cost a mint but it is truly like drinking fresh squeezed orange juice.
Those books look like lots of fun. The pasta certainly was a good buy and the muffins are so big and beautiful!
Lucky find! That book can value up to $150.00 in good condition.
That one is probably still worth quite a bit.
It’ss a great book too!
Great finds here! I really miss living near a Trader Joe’s — how awesome to find a yummy, quick, vegan meal in a bag. BIG muffins are the best!
I think penne arabiata might be one of my all-time favorite things to eat, ever. If I’m ever within reachable distance from a Trader Joe’s, I’ll be sure and look for that. YUM!
the pasta looks so funny frozen. but yummy cooked! and your blueberry muffins looks lovely indeed. i might make some soon.
Isn’t it geat that TJ’s labels so many items as vegan now?
The muffins look great. I’m looking forward to fresh local blues in August. Tommy (my birdy) loves fresh blueberries too.
I saw both your post and Bazu’s post on the pepperoni. I’ve got to give that a try.
Sometimes wonder when I see cool older books on furniture design or cooking, I wonder if I they are ones you would want. So odd, how we connect with people who are far, far away!
You always find the neatest things!
I went to a book fair yesterday and between my husband, my daughter and I, we bought 72 books. Thank goodness they were only 12 for $1! I got some great cookbooks which I am really excited about.
Great finds and the muffins look scrumptious. We hit another rummage sale on Wednesday. This one was in our town and is somewhat famous around here. The prices are insane. Most things are between 5-10 cents. Some are 25. I think the most I paid was 1.00 for a bread machine. I got some wonderful clamp top mason jars( made in france). I love those jars, I have a lot of them that I store small amounts of specialty flours, grains, etc.
Thanks for the nice comments everyone 🙂
Selena, I’ll have to check out the organic OJ next time I’m at TJ’s. I’ve found out about a lot of good products there from fellow bloggers 🙂
Jody, It is funny how we make connections with people online like that. I do that too. I’ll be at a sale and an item will make me think of someone. At the grocery store I’ve been know to exclaim to Rob…”hey, this (insert food item name) is what (insert blogger name) was talking about. Yay! I found it.”
TC, wow, that’s a lot of books…and the prices…12/$1? That rocks!!!! Post some pics of your finds on your blog 🙂
Randi, rummage sales always have really cheap prices. It’s great. Congrats on your $1 bread machine. You need to put your finds on your blog too. I love those clamp top mason jars but rarely find them. Good score 🙂
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