Tuesday, December 10

Allens Beans, and Vegetable Coupon!! Printable!! Get yours #Coupon #ExtremeCouponing

Get your Allens Free Printable Coupons now!! It's that time of the year to stock up on Canned Goods. I like to donate them, I also like to have them in my pantry during Winter time too.

My family likes to substitute beans for meat, I also like to put Veggies, and Beans into my Rice as a meal. We rarely ever eat Red Meat.  So meals like this with canned beans (We just drain them, wash them off, and add to our meals. I'm a believer in you can turn anything into an awesome meal.) Plus this time of the year, we all need a little good luck where I live.  The roads are Icy, snows falling, and the negative windchill sets in.  Bring on the Luck!

The practice of eating “good luck” foods is commonly observed throughout the South and around the country as a fun superstition. Traditions vary from culture to culture, but there are striking similarities in what's consumed throughout the United States. Specifically, however, the blackeyed peas are thought to bring prosperity, especially when served with collard greens and other greens variations –which are thought to bring wealth and money. This time of year puts a relevant slant on vegetables and the campaign, encouraging families to eat better, eat as a family and to hopefully gain some good luck along the way.

Allens, a company based in Arkansas, offers a range of “good luck” vegetables and recipes enlisting good luck vegetables for good luck planning. Consumers are invited to visit Allens.com recipes as well as more information on better eating, overall.