lizziebabe wrote: »
Hi all - had a crochet workshop today, it was great I can crochet now - sort of!
Visited a big Mr T as it is nearby - managed to spend £44.22
However, was looking around and came across the lady doing the whoopsies, well double whoopsies as she was reducing some of them for the 2nd time. :j
I got - 1. Pack of Plaice fillets - £2.68 to 94p
2. Fish pie mix - £2.99 to £1.03
3. Chicken breast mini fillets 240gm - £2.89 to £1.01, x2 packs.
4. Lettuce, lollo green - down to 25p - use by 8th March.
5. Light choices chicken, new pots and veg meal - £3.29 to £2.49.
6. King prawn linguine, sundried tomato and chilli meal from the
City kitchen - £4.00 - £3.05
I usually cook from scratch but it is nice to have something quick and easy if I am working and can't be bothered.
I have frozen everything except 6. as I'm having that tonight. My freezer is chocca now so hopefully haven't got to shopping for a while. Had some coupons as well. I did so well last month with NSD's but started heavily this month - I think I have missed wandering around the shops - still now I have a new hobby I can practice my crocheting instead of shopping.
Bye all - enjoy the rest of the weekend.
PS - In Mr T they had buy 2 uncooked chickens for £7 or buy 2 cooked (hot) chickens for the same price. Has anyone bought the ready cooked ones - are they good? I guess it is cheaper in a way as you don't have to 'spend' on the fuel to cook them. Then once home you could let them cool and use in the same way as ones you cook yourself. Any ideas?
skaps wrote: »
Needed to do a major shop yesterday and spent £118, alot of this was meat. Bought some pork casserole pieces and saw a recipe for pork and cider stew but have no cider. Could i use white wine instead?
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