destroyerofdebt2011 wrote: »
Hugs, and spoons to all who need or want them.:grouphug:
Have finally caught up the thread it seems to move so quick!A simple quick recipe for using up dairylea triangles
Boil up some pasta of choice and drain off the liquid, while hot stir in the triangles and a splash of milk and some chopped up ham, season with black pepper and hey presto quick and easy carbonara.:p
Reporting a spend on dog food on Friday of £9.99 but that should cover the rest of this month and possible all of next. Which does mean i am on super tight reins to stay in budget for the end of this month. Freezer meals and home baking it is.
Must try out the mr t mr a price war i need some shampoo and i do love tresemme so will have to make an extra to budget buy for this i think.
minnie2 wrote: »
i am confused about the mr t mr a thing!!! not sure i can get my head around it
quintwins wrote: »
i got my voucher aswell, i'm not sure if i shud spend it tho, i thought i'd done 3 receits already but acually the firts one i did was my email, and the last 2 was oh's because our online shops threw there, so i could sqeeze another 1 in lol, i'll see what offers are on on wed when i go with my mum as i'm determined to not just buy stuff for the sake of it
l.m.hart wrote: »
I have spaved, shouldnt have to buy teabags for ages lol:D
my shopping today was over £17 more expensive in Mr T Than Mr A, so should get £34 back. will keep this for a week or so as that should pay for w/c 21 st shopping.
esmer wrote: »
Its Mr Asda, Mr Morrison, Mr Tesco.
How to make yours spendable again
Lower your band & save £1,000s
Including year's 2for1 movies for £1