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Barneysmom wrote: »
Hi, just updated my total, spent £19 in Mr. M's yesterday, 2 large bottles of milk, hubby's pop for work, and I got him a treat of a piece of cooked pork belly which I had a good slice of too.
A very small piece of beef, for today, as there'll be enough if I slice it thin for sarnies on Monday and hopefully if it doesn't shrink too much, dinner Monday night too.
The price of eggs is getting really stupid now isn't it, I think twice about buying them these days.
salster wrote: »
Spent around £18 in Mr Ts yesterday and £50 + in Costco, but the Costco doesn't count as a lot of is is stuff toward the Christmas freezers and pressies.
scotrae wrote: »
I have got quite a shopping list together now though. I can't see delivery charges listed on Asda.co.uk ... does this mean that it's free now?
I'm about to ehck the depths of the freezer to see if there's anything that could pass for our traditional 'Sunday roast', whilst DH pops off to fetch a News of the World for the Tesco voucher. Every little helps!
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