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TheBees wrote: »
As requested, here is the recipe for self saucing chocolate pudding - found in a magazine a few years ago. ...
TheBees wrote: »
Oops sorry wrong recipe
Fudge Tart from School recipes.co.uk ... .
Moniker wrote: »
.. Moniker's Honey and Orange Chicken ...
Miss_Cupcake wrote: »
I've been lurking on this thread for a while now and I've really enjoyed reading everyone's experiences, tips and advice. I really wish it was the end of the month already so I could start joining in for Feb! Need to try and come up with a budget figure to aim for first though, I've never properly tracked how much we (OH, me and 2 house bunnies) spend on groceries so I'll need to estimate a realistic figure....hmmm.
SunnyGirl wrote: »
When I started I tried to remember my last 2 weeks shopping bills to get an average and multiplied the amount by 4 or 5 depending on whether it was a four or five week month if you know what I mean :rotfl:
I was waaaaaay out though and was spending upto £600 a month :eek: It wasn't the actual supermarket trips that were denting the budget it was all the nip ins during the week for something I needed and instead of just getting milk, for example, I'd see loads of 'bargains' and stock up whether I needed it or not Once I got this under control, by only going into the supermarket once a week or only taking enough money out for whatever I need, and the brilliant help on here I have nearly cut this in half
Good luck and look forward to seeing you in February's challenge. Do have a look at the first 3 posts on the thread as theres an explanation of how it works & lots of brilliant recipes from post 3 onwards :T
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