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    Default Eggs 3 for $3.99!

    At safeway this week.

    It will be an egg week!
    I am going to make quiche and freeze them, and I am going to make pickled eggs......

    any other ideas?

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    I never knew/thought about freezing quiche. Do you have a favorite recipe?

    Have you every made/frozen mini quiche? That might be a quick and easy lunch lunch with a salad or a breakfast on the go.

    Mahalo for the idea!!

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    I'm assuming this is 3 dozen for $3.99? Walgreens out here has twice in the past 3 months had eggs which were 2 (dozen) for $3, but that's the best I've found!

    Judi

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    When I read your title I thought it was 3 eggs total for that price!

    I was thinking --good gracious!

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    You can also freeze eggs if the need be. Or banana bread is great frozen, cookie dough, coffee cake etc.

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    Publix has eggs at $1.39 dozen this week. Your deal is better. Another thought egg salad or deviled eggs.

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    buehler's buy lows for you mid-westerners....

    eggs .99 doz this week

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    omg if eggs were that cheap here I would deffinately be stocking up.....eggs are like 2.79 a dozen most times here.

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    how long do eggs usually last anyway ???

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    If eggs were that cheap here, I'd be making those bag omlettes you folks were all talking about a few weeks ago and freezing them. Wasn't that the idea?

    At least that's what stuck in my head. I made a note that when eggs got cheap here around Easter I should buy them and make Hefty bag omlettes. so I guess that's what I'd do!

    Judi

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    Hi there,
    Unless I am blind, but I couldn't find eggs for $3.99 in Safeway's flyer. Is is it for this week? What part of Canada?

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    Just some egg meal ideas:
    -fritattas (sp? like an omelette but instead of folding them over you just stick the pan under the broiler to cook the top)
    -tortilla (the spanish version, again like an omelette with potatoes in it...so yummy!)
    -breakfast burritos

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    well went to get my .99 eggs....

    ended up getting 5 doz for .89 each....
    bag-omelettes here we come....

    now where was that recipe....... (hint/hint.......)

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    Quote Originally Posted by winner View Post
    Hi there,
    Unless I am blind, but I couldn't find eggs for $3.99 in Safeway's flyer. Is is it for this week? What part of Canada?
    It is in BC

    It was advertised on the outside wrap of flyer... I didn't see it advertised on the internet flyer... so it was a great surprise!

    And is 3 dozen.... LOL

    I don't have a favourite quiche recipe... I just add what I happen to have on hand... sometimes it is only sauteed onions...

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    No egg sale at Safeway in SK this week. Guess it's those BCers who get the lucky break this week.

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