Monday, November 7, 2011

Monday, November 7 Week's Grocery List

This week's grocery list:

Pork Shoulder Roast $.99/lb - 3lbs (ShopNSave)
Angioletta Moscato $5.99 (ShopNSave)
Strawberries 1 lb $.99 - 3 (ShopNSave)
Green Cabbage $.19/lb - 2lbs (ShopNSave)
Cauliflower $.59/lb - 2lbs (ShopNSave)
Butternut Squash $.39/lb - 2lbs (ShopNSave)
Uncle Ben's Rice 25 lbs $19.99 (ShopNSave)
Buttermilk $.99 (ShopNSave)
Catfish Nuggets $2.99 (Aldi)
Pasta $.99 - 2 (Aldi)
Sweet Mini Peppers $1.99 (Aldi)
Potatoes 5 lbs $1.99 (Aldi)
Orange Juice $.99 (Aldi)
Garlic Powder $1.09 (Aldi)
Salt $!.09 (Aldi)
Pepper $1.09 (Aldi)
Dijon Mustard $.99 (Aldi)
Balsamic Vinegar $1.99 (Aldi)
Cinnamon $1.09 (Aldi)
Chicken Leg Roast $.59/lb - 3lbs (Cermak Produce)
Ground Pork $1.69/lb - 3lbs (Cermak Produce)
Tomatoes $.49/lb - 2lbs (Cermak Produce)
Avocados $.49 each - 6 (Cermak Produce)
Squash $.49/lb - 2lbs (Cermak Produce)
Bosc Pears $.49/lb - 2lbs (Cermak Produce)
Yellow Onions 3 lbs $.69 (Cermak Produce)
Beef Chuck Roast $2.78/lbs - 2lbs (Food4Less)

Approximately $75.00

Remember most of these products like the spices and juices, you probably already have in your kitchen. If you can't afford the fresh vegetables I would go for the frozen vegetables that are on sale. They have less sodium than the canned veggies. Buy the meat that you like and can afford. Usually you can find chicken on sale at any grocery store. I just buy the meat that is on sale for the week. My budget is $80 usually for groceries. I want to see if I can lower my budget each week by using leftovers and added ingredients to make a new meal and to only buy what is needed each week.

Tonight's Dinner: Slow Cooker Brown Sugar Pork Roast

Tomorrow's Dinner: Slow Cooker Beef Roast Casserole

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