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scotsaver wrote: »
The Peach Pud was a success, the Recipe was on the back of my Packet of Ground Rice, it's called "Tropical Rice Dessert" and you're suppossed to use a tin of Pineapple but I had some Peach slices to up ...
Pixie_Fairydust wrote: »
I have £46 to last until the 20th when OH can do a shop!
8 b'fasts, lunches & evening meals for me, OH and 3 teenagers (1 of which is pregnant!) & 2 kittys. Can I do it :eek:
I am veggie, son is almost, so I don't buy much meat, but daughter and boyfriend like meat (alot).
Do you think I would be mean asking dd's boyfriend to pay a bit of rent?
Any really cheap meal suggestions gratefully received.
Love this thread, big hugs to you all :grouphug:
cutiepieabf wrote: »
it really depends on whether you are comfortable asking him or not, but i would consider the following - how old are they, how often does he stay at yours, and does he have his own income? for example, if he is staying there a lot, eating a lot of your food and other consumables, and is bringing in his own income, then i would be inclined to ask for a contribution... HTH
sistercas wrote: »
OMG :eek: I have totted up my receipts, i am up to £347.01 :eek: i still have 2 weeks to shop for plus a trip to costco for toilet roll and bits and bobs
have plenty in though the freezers are full , as is the storecupboard
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