tessie_bear wrote: »
hi...been busy with cleaning...does the washing 2 kids create tip anyone else over the edge or just me ??? anyhow i need to sort out a chilli for tea and prep a huge bowl of apricots i got from the local market for a quid...i am going to keep them in the fridge and eat with yogurt...also need to total up this weeks spends so far and get tomorrows tea from the freezer
i amthinking of getting a bread maker...i think i might get one from lakeland because i have heared their customer service is great...the only one i have ever had came from argos and never really worked properly
have a nice day tess
kippers wrote: »
Just to warn all of you breadmakers out there...A fews days ago I went to asda to buy strong white flour as it was only 60p a bag. Unfortunately the shelves were bare.
Today I went to try again and it has gone up to 80p per bag :shocked::shocked::shocked:!!!! So the bad harvests are beginning to hit. Obviously I didn't buy it, I nipped to Tesco and bought it there as it's still 66p a bag, but I'm sure all the supermarkets will soon follow.
Thought this may help someone.
mrsdwhite wrote: »
Just stopping by to update my spending...I had my grocery shop delivered on Sunday, and the only meat I ordered was value ham for DD's lunch boxes! Amazing how much cheaper shopping is without meat!
I checked my delivery saver and it runs out on 11th feb, which I think will be about the same time as my loyalty's to te**o go elsewhere after checking my supermarket the other day to see that my normal shop is £10 cheaper elsewhere...
Anyway, my shop this week was £51.52 which is slightly over my weekly budget, however I stocked up on some half price stuff that will last for quite a while and was well worth using the little bit extra for.
Also spent £4 last night on some packet risotto mixes, which was bad but they're really useful to have in the cupboard for quick lunches.
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