Grocery Savings Tips & Recipes

Le Vie en Rose: Discovering if Rose Petals are Edible for Rose Month

Did you know that June is National Rose Month? While this might be conjuring up thoughts of rose petals delicately strewn across silk pillowcases and trails of petals leading to a perfectly clean kitchen (what? you can’t say the thought of a clean house isn’t romantic), that’s not exactly what we were thinking. Actually, we…

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Our Favorite Pull-Apart Foods to Celebrate National Accordion Month

Ready for some awesome news you can use? June is National Accordion Month! Why is this important? Because aside from the totally rad accordion-playing peeps that are celebrating this month, some of our favorite, most drool-worthy recipes mimic the art of the accordion. We’re talking about pull-apart foods. Foods that only really release their goodness…

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Celebrating Dairy Month with Dairy GIFs You’ll Have a Cow Over

Basket co-founder and president @AndyEllwood recently tweeted a poll asking users if, “Some occasions/life moments just can’t be summarized with a GIF.” Whereas 67% of people answered true, we’re not ashamed to say that we voted for false. So, when it came time to celebrate National Dairy Month this June, we figured what a better time to…

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Staples You Should Never Take Off Your Grocery List

Each shopper has a different method when they head to the grocery store. Some weave in and out of the aisles, and some head straight for the first item on their grocery list. However much shopper strategy might vary, there is something most consumers have in common: about 80% of the items on people’s grocery…

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What’s in Season? February Foods to Keep Your Fridge Fresh

Are you keeping your fridge fresh? We don’t mean baking-soda-in-the-back-corner fresh. We mean stocked with high-quality, seasonal fruits and veggies that add a fresh bite to your meals. Over at Basket, we try swapping out our go-to produce choices for in-season picks. And while February might be the shortest month, it certainly has no shortage…

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Grocery Hacks Post: Sales Flyer Hacks to Live By

We’ve all been there: You enter the grocery store and a dazzling flyer emblazoned with SALE! catches your attention. Your adrenaline starts pumping. You dig your feet into the ground, and tighten your grip on the handlebar of your cart. It’s game time. This is what you were made to do. But, time out ref. Before you rev…

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Scoring a Touchdown with Game Day Savings

T-minus three days until the Big Game. If you’ll be hosting a viewing party for the Big Game, snacks will absolutely be expected. After all, how will you keep guests fueled throughout halftime dance parties, nail-biting tackles, and fumbles in the fourth-quarter without snacks? While football is obviously the star this Sunday, we all know…

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Grocery Shopping Hacks: Keeping Cool When the Supermarket Is Swamped

While late nights, early mornings, and Wednesday afternoons are actually the three best times to shop for groceries, sometimes scheduling your shopping trips to align with a smaller crowd is simply unrealistic. And when the supermarket is at its most swamped – midday on weekends and between 4 and 6 p.m. on weekdays – is…

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Adding Seasonal Flavors to Spruce Up Your Favorite Dishes for Winter

Drinking hot cocoa next to the Christmas tree in your favorite pajamas. Lighting the menorah while the rugelach bakes. Building a gingerbread house while sipping on warm mulled wine. Even the thought of these cozy flavors warms you from the inside out. As the temperature drops nationwide, our favorite foods become warmer, spicier, and more…

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Top Trending Coupon Tips and Hacks

The world of savings can be a savage place if you’re not prepared. Between the lingo, the cashiers who are sick of scanning coupons, and the way your ‘buy one-get one’ coupon always vanishes by the time you get to check out, it can get intense. It’s our mission to streamline the savings process as…

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