Hippeechiq wrote: »
Wow! That's one hell of an achievement jinty, fabulous! - well done you :T
sistercas wrote: »
goodness Jinty thats brilliant well done :T i think you can forgive yourself for the tahini paste
~moneysavingnovice~ wrote: »
I feel like I'm doing quite well this month
Got my 3rd weekly shop of the month tonight, and have made my list so hopefully will get everything for less than £60.
I am loving my new slow-cooker- everything I make in there does us two dinners, and it makes cheap meat so tender and yum (I know you all know how great they are already, but I'm a late-comer to the club )
Hope I'm this positive when I update with tonights spends later!
Diflower wrote: »
Sorry Hippeechiq I had it in my head it was you...have now spent 15 mins finding who it was! It was Mythi, so thanks to her...
It's not a slow-cooker recipe, it's this one:http://www.goodtoknow.co.uk/recipes/181620/Aromatic-slow-cooked-pork
nattyt wrote: »
Hi all can you tell me what you wouldn't include for example do you include toiletries such as face wipes (not very OS i know but sometimes essential!)? Just counting up what I have spent so far and wondered about this! Thanks.x
Chloris wrote: »
... Independent fruit&veg shop £4.63. I am pleased with the fruit and veg as I got 7 big peppers for 75p, 3 punnets of raspberries for 99p, cauli for 20p, massive box of mushrooms for £1.50 (the size they deliver the mushrooms in!), largish punnet of seedless grapes for £1.19. ... So if I may pick your brains I would like to know where is the best place in your experience to buy free range chickens? We used to get the co*ps elmwood but we are going to switch back to free range so I need advice!
mrsbowie wrote: »
anyone know how to cook brisket so that it can be used as a roast meat and not a stew? thanks
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