My wonderful husband volunteered to do the shopping for us again this week. And I happily took him up on his offer! It was kind of a last minute thing, so I just wrote a quick list for him and he went to Dillons. Here's what he got:
In addition, pictured are the other groceries we got this week–2 dozen eggs from my family's chickens (nothing beats farm-fresh eggs!), 4 loaves of bread and 4 boxes of stuffing that a friend picked up for me at Aldi which were reduced to $0.49 each! I think I'm seeing some French Toast in our near future! 🙂
All totaled for the groceries pictured we spent right around $42. I was really happy with that since in addition to what we already have in our cupboards, refrigerator, and freezer, we should have plenty of groceries to last us for this next week and I never even had to step foot out of the house to get any of them! And, at this point in my life, that's a pretty good bargain!
Someday soon, I hope to be back to more regular bargain-shopping and super sweet deals, but at this season of my life, I'm aiming to keep it simple and very manageable. And thanks to our stockpile of past past deals, so far we've been able to do that while sticking with our grocery budget–which I'm very happy about!
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