kittynortheast wrote: »
Have been scheming for a few days, as I have only £40 left of my £350 budget I could go 2 ways-either I could say "what the heck" and blow the budget or take a leaf from Earthmothers' tree and divide the money between the weeks I have left, ie:-£20 per week (I get paid on the 26th-roll on!) As I only need fruit, veg and a few dairy products it may be achievable! I've put my list onto Mr Ts online and it comes to approx £20, I've printed it out- sooooo all I need to do is buy those things (or look for cheaper alternatives when I go shopping tomorrow) Wish me luck!! Kitty.
coffeeholic wrote: »
Tonight's dinner in the SC is comfort food heaven - sausages, onions, tinned tomatoes and beans. I'm going to peel some potatoes to make mash with and root around to see what veggies I can find to go with it all. It's OH's favourite and fills him up at least.
losingpatience wrote: »
Forgot to ask I want to make some of the millionaires shortbread thats listed on the first page. The recipe says to use soft brown sugar, I have dark brown sugar, will this be ok?
dazzle21 wrote: »
Hi everyone, we have spent approx £70 so far this month, and i was feeling the need to top up on fresh fruit today but I was slimmer of the week at SW last night and came away with a huge selection of healthy treats including lots of fruit! Which has saved a few GC pennies! Need to meal plan today, i keep putting it off, and OH is fussy so won't just eat whatever unless he thinks some thought went into it! Hope everyone is doing well, and congratulations to the Mummy's-to-be x
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