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Thursday, March 25, 2010

H-E-B Easter/Passover Meal Deal and Gift Card Giveaway

For those of you looking for a great meal deal for Easter or Passover look no further (unless you don’t have a H-E-B, then keep looking)

Buy your choice of either a spiral bone-in half or whole ham

or

Fully cooked brisket

or

Fully cooked boneless beef prime rib roast

and get these 8 items FREE:

deli crackers, premium garden salad, ice cream, cheese, salad dressing, tea, foil roaster and meat franks.  That is $17.85 in savings just with the free stuff!

This deal is good until April 6th.

I was offered to giveaway a $20 H-E-B gift card on my blog to help one lucky reader get in on this deal for less out of pocket. I was not compensated in any way for this blog post.

To enter: Leave a comment on your favorite Passover or Easter tradition.

This year I will be celebrating by blowing out my birthday candles.

Contest is open to all U.S. residents. Entries will be taken until Tuesday, March 30th at noon CDT. At that time I will pick a winner and you will have 24 hours to get back to me with your information or a new winner will be picked.

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38 Comments:

Michelle said...

So overdone, but I really enjoy Easter Egg hunts with my 6 little ones.

Carol said...

Our family has a tradition called the hunt for the golden egg. We have been doing it for a long time. Everyone contributes however much they want to and someone hides the "golden" egg. Only the adults are eligible to find it. It is always so much fun to see where it will be hidden.

Carol

Anonymous said...

We have a tradition of hiding the easter eggs, but it was only last year my children were smart enough to tell me to count them so we know we got them all (you don't wanna know the smell we endured the years prior)
Thanks Pat Ravenscraft

Tracy said...

I love getting my daughter Easter dresses and bonnets each year. It was something I always loved growing up.

amy and the bad cats said...

easter egg hunts!

amy
scruffycat1970(at)yahoo

Amber said...

I love getting together with family and having easter egg hunts, I can remeber being the one who was hunting the eggs and now my kids are the ones hunting them. My grandpa always hid one egg with money in it and he still does it now for my kids and he is 85 years old.

Amber
amber070911@yahoo.com

one frugal lady said...

ah, Easter! I love the Easter egg hunts, dressing up for church, and the ham dinner with friends and family! Happy birthday to you- and thanks for the giveaway!
onecheaplady@yahoo.com

Bonnie said...

The 12 days leading up to (and including) Resurrection Sunday, we review the story of Christ coming to Jerusalem, His Crucifixtion and Resurrection by using Resurrection Eggs. Each day an egg is opened and the item inside depicts a part of the story.

The evening before Resurrection Sunday, we make Resurrection cookies. Each ingredient represents a part of the Crucifixtion and Resurrection story. We even put tape on our oven, (as the cookies sit overnight in the oven to "bake"), to represent the seal that was placed on the tomb that Jesus was in after His death.

We hide platic eggs for the kids to find on Resurrection Sunday morning. It's tradition and they love it!!

JC said...

My Easter tradition is get together dinner and egg hunt!

tcarolinep at gmail dot com

aprilabe said...

Easter - my favorite Holiday (and Happy Birthday to you, Erin!)

I don't have an H-E-B (?) where I live but I hope someone enjoys their special Easter meal!

I love hiding eggs...and finding them days later (not the hardboiled kind, of course:)

Frances said...

Getting together with whatever family can make it and just enjoying the blessing we have.

fperkins2000 2 yahoo.com

Lauren said...

A favourite tradition was the Maundy Thursday vigil we always kept at the church with the youth group, my sister and I then ran the vigil when we were older... it has been a couple years now and I miss that tradition!

judyyy said...

This probably does not qualify as a tradition but one Easter my daughter gave me a plastic Easter egg and inside it was a pacifier-that was her way of telling me she was expecting my first grandchild. I would love to have more grand children so maybe this could be a tradition.
judyylee@hotmail.com

monica said...

I love coloring the eggs with my mom and my kids. It's a fun tradition.
-monica
monicabozsik at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

The easter egg hunt!! I think you are never too old to have fun. Thanks

Staceysgirl@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I think it would have to be just being with my family on holidays. Its not often, but it is great.

GoudaCheese007@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I love painting Easter eggs. It is one of the things that we often look forward to. Kids will always remember the great times!

Mintsola@yahoo.com

Stephanie said...

My favorite Passover tradition is enjoying time with my family and dog, and trying to nap if possible!

stephanieuofw at hotmail.com

Barbara said...

Camping out in Breckenridge park from Friday till Sunday and having BBQ Easter egg hunt and lots of fun.

Ellen Nickerson said...

My favorite easter tradition is coloring the eggs once the kids have gone to bed, then getting up early to put them outside....some where plastic ones filled with chocolate. Now that my kids are grown and away from home...I do it for the neighborhood kids. Just the excited smiles on their face makes it worth it!!

notofthisworld said...

I like to join my 4 cousins and barbque at the park and watch their kids hunt for eggs

Shelley said...

We dye eggs prior to Easter, they hunt for their baskets, then head off to church. After church is a meal including ham & deviled eggs etc. Thanks
mrspoofa@aol.com

ms-texas said...

when my daughter and her cousins were small we did the easter egg hunting every year - Now everyone is grown up so we just have a get together and my mother in law always makes chicken and dumplings!

debbiebellows[at]gmail[dot]com

Libby said...

We would fill hallowed out eggs with confetti called "cascarones" and hide them along with the hard boiled eggs and candy. Everyone including adults would have fun "cracking" the confetti eggs on each other's head.

Mindolla said...

Our family Easter tradition is just the normal egg hunt and family ham dinner... Its just so nice to have reasons to get together.

Barbara said...

My children are 30 and 25 now; so we no longer do the egg hunts. But we do get together for an Easter dinner which includes traditional ham and variety of sides. Deviled eggs are always on the menu.

Apoh said...

My boys love painting all the easter eggs and have their favourite aunt Linda over. We would have a big feast and as usual, over eat!

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

we have so simplified and do an Easter picnic

celia said...

We have a set of the "resurrection eggs" and we like to sit down with our kids and talk about the last week of Jesus's life through the symbols hidden inside the eggs. Of course we enjoy the egg hunts, too, but we try to focus on the real reason for the holiday.

Amanda said...

We always give each other chocolate bunnies. This includes grandpas giving them to their grown children (and grandchildren of course!).

Bzymom said...

Buy chocolate bunnies, robin eggs, and make a bunny cake at Easter...never too old to enjoy a day filled with fun, happiness, and Easter Blessings.. : )

Anonymous said...

I remember dying and hunting Easter eggs and having Easter dinner with family as a child. Now that I am married, with my own family, I get to help my son with his eggs, and hide them for him...I love Easter!!

Thanks!!

amanda

amandaleighcurson@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

We have the annual "resurrection" speech given to us every year by my mother. The speech is so moving and every child and adult request my mother gives the meaning of the egg before we even start the easter egg hunt. This year we have invited friends of ours who are unemployed to share in our Resurrection Sunday Celebration.

Sonja said...

what is an H-E-B?
our favorite Easter tradition is making resurrection cookies the night before, reading the verses that go along with them and enjoying the cookies in the morning!

lori said...

on my hubbys side of the family we have 1 day before easter that all the grandkids get together to dye easter eggs it's always a lot of fun.

veronica said...

My favorite tradition is "Eastover". My friends are mostly Jewish and Catholic so we have had this tradition since our children were about 2 yrs old. We go to a park and color eggs and have a picnic. Afterward, we tell the children the story of "Eastover". Basiccaly it is the story of the Jews exodus out of Egypt. In this story there are 11 plagues. The last one (after frogs & locusts) is rabbits. They left a trail of colorful eggs through the desert that moses and the Jews followed to find their way to the holy land. The kids know that it's just a silly story, but they enjoy it none the less and it's a fun way of combining different rituals.

Dee said...

My favorite Easter memories are from when I was growing up. We used to go to sunrise church service at 5am then we used to come home and dye eggs. We had such a large family and it was always nice to see everyone. My family loved to get together. Holidays were and still are our favorites. Oh and lets not forget the Easter egg hunts..

Stephanie said...

Definitely watching my kiddos hunting for eggs! =)