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Chile Roast

Dan’s Chile Roast

Chile Roast

Our Chile Roast is coming to participating stores starting August 10th. See locations below. Come and enjoy free samples and pick between mild, medium or hot chiles. Also enjoy free roasting when you purchase a case.

Fridays from 4-7 p.m. and Saturdays from 9-2 p.m.

August 10 & 11
Dan’s Olympus

August 17 & 18
Dan’s 70th

August 24 & 25
Dan’s Foothill

August 31 & September 1
Dan’s Olympus

September 7 & 8
Dan’s 70th

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Lin’s Chile Roast

Chile Roast

Our Chile Roast is coming to participating stores starting August 10th. See locations below. Come and enjoy free samples and pick between mild, medium or hot chiles. Also enjoy free roasting when you purchase a case.

Fridays from 4-7 p.m. and Saturdays from 9-2 p.m.

August 10 & 11
Lin’s Richfield
Lin’s Price
Lin’s East St. George

August 17 & 18
Lin’s Richfield
Lin’s Price
Lin’s East St. George

August 24 & 25
Lin’s Cedar City
Lin’s Hurricane
Lin’s Price

August 31 & September 1
Lin’s Cedar City
Lin’s East St. George
Lin’s Price

September 7 & 8
Lin’s Cedar City
Lin’s Hurricane
Lin’s Price

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Chile Roast

Macey’s Chile Roast

Chile Roast

Our Chile Roast is coming to participating stores starting August 10th. See locations below. Come and enjoy free samples and pick between mild, medium or hot chiles. Also enjoy free roasting when you purchase a case.

Fridays from 4-7 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

August 10 & 11
Macey’s West Jordan
Macey’s Ogden
Macey’s Providence
Macey’s Sandy
Macey’s Murray
Macey’s Orem
Macey’s Lehi
Macey’s Tooele

August 17 & 18
Macey’s Logan
Macey’s Holladay
Macey’s Provo
Macey’s Pleasant Grove
Macey’s Tooele

August 24 & 25
Macey’s Providence
Macey’s Spanish Fork
Macey’s Tooele

August 31 & September 1
Macey’s West Jordan
Macey’s Ogden
Macey’s Sandy
Macey’s Murray
Macey’s Orem
Macey’s Pleasant Grove
Macey’s Tooele

September 7 & 8
Macey’s Sandy
Macey’s Holladay
Macey’s Spanish Fork
Macey’s Lehi
Macey’s Tooele

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Meet Kyle Beckerman

Now’s your chance to score big and meet star midfielder Kyle Beckerman! Kyle will be at Macey’s on 5632 South 900 East in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, June 26th from 6:00-7:00pm. He’ll be signing provided autograph cards. No personal items to be signed. But that’s not all! The first 50 people to purchase $30 in participating P&G products at the event will get a $20 Fanatics.com gift card at checkout!

There’s still more to score! Right now, you can get a $15 Fanatics.com e-gift card to redeem for your favorite soccer fan gear when you buy $30 in participating P&G products.*

Offer valid 6/20/2018-7/3/2018.

*Must spend $30 or more on participating products in one transaction, before taxes and after discounts and coupons are applied. Must purchase products by 7/3/2018. Submit original cash receipt & submission form with item(s) and purchase price(s) circled. Must be postmarked or submitted online by 7/10/2018. Purchase must be made in a single transaction. Limit one redemption per household. Must be 18 years of age or older. US residents only. Redemption in form of Fanatics e-gift card. Terms and Conditions of the Fanatics e-gift card apply. While supplies last. Product exclusions apply. Available at participating retailers. Call 1-855-361-0638 or visit www.PGHomePride.com for full details. ©2018 Procter & Gamble.

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BBQ Box

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At our stores, when you say barbecue, we don’t mean sauces, glazes or rubs; although we have plenty of those as well and at great prices.  We believe great barbecue starts and ends with hardwood smoke and the finest meats.  It’s a time-honored tradition that requires both skill and patience.

Ribs smoked “low and slow” and tender flavorful chicken demand hours of planning and preparation.  That is exactly what goes in to each and every event featuring our exclusive BBQ Box smoker.  It gives you the best slowly smoked, mouthwatering meats without all the work. And they are definitely addicting.

This tasty trailer is now available at all Lin’s locations! Make sure to checkout our weekly ad to see the best deals on sides for your delectable smoked dinner.

 

 

Five Ways to Upcycle

It’s plain and simple; upcycling makes a positive impact on the environment. But do you know what upcycling actually is? Upcycling is the process of converting old or discarded materials into something new or useful.

Each time you shop at the grocery store, you are sure to get boxes, cartons, jars, and other  containers that are easily upcycled. Here are a few ideas to get you started:

  1. Baby Food Jar Grass BuddyThis is the perfect project for kids. They love to watch things grow and making a friend out of it is fun too. All you need is a baby food jar, dirt, grass seeds, glue and some decorations (googly eyes, buttons, etc.) then follow these easy steps: 1) Fill about ¾ of the jar with dirt and then add the grass seeds. 2) Water the seeds and then place a little more dirt over them. 3) Create a face on the jar with the googly eyes, buttons and other decorations. 4) Watch the grass grow (and don’t forget to water it, when the dirt is dry).Wipe Canister
  2. Wipe Canister/Grocery Bag Dispenser
    Grocery bags are great to reuse for trash can liners, dirty diapers, wet clothes, etc. but storing those bags can often be a challenge. Our solution is to put all of the bags in a wipe canister, which makes them easy to pull out one at a time. If you are feeling ambitious you can also decorate the canister with fabric or paper.
    Decorative Jar
  3. Decorative Jar
    Take a pickle or pasta jar and create a cute jar to hold snacks for your kids, q-tips or any other items that need a jar. To create this  jar you will need a jar, sand paper, a drill, a knob, a washer and paint. Then follow these steps: 1) Sand the lid of your jar until the paint or writing on the jar is gone. 2) Paint the lid. 3) Very carefully drill a whole in the center of the lid. 4) Place the knob through the whole and twist the washer in place.
    Mint Container
  4. Mint Container Organizer
    Small things like poppy pins and paper clips can easily get lost in a drawer or purse. Use a mint container to easily organize these items and keep them together. You can also use them to store your head phone, this keeps them from getting tangled and makes them easy to find in your purse or back back.
  5. Tin Can Lantern
    Create a rustic tin can lantern for holiday decor, wedding or party. To get started find a tin can, remove the label and fill it with water. Then put the can in the freezer until the water is completely frozen. Then follow these steps: 1) Draw your desired design on a peice of paper. 2) Tape your paper to the outside of your can. 3) Use a small nail and a hammer to get each hole started. 4) Use your drill to complete the holes. Be sure to go very slowly, as the can is not very thick.  5) Cut five inch piece off a wire hanger and bend the wire to create a half circle for the handle. 6) use needle nose pliers to bend a small “c” at each end of wire. 7) Slide the wire in the hole on each side of your latern to create a handle.

Hopefully, this will inspire you to take another look at items you might consider trash and find a practical way to upcycle them.