$60.00 a Week Challenge: November 9, 2015 Weekly Food Cost

As I mentioned in Saturday's meal plan post, we had our chickens processed this week which means we must use items from our freezer as they are chock full. 

I mentioned we would be trying some freezer meals and sharing recipes for those we really enjoyed.  So far we have had 2 recipes that turned out only ok.  I won't be sharing them.  Those were 
Cranberry Slow-Cooker Pork Loin and Ginger-Peach Slow-Cooker Chicken.  They were slightly tasteless.  We'll keep plugging away at trying them so we can find more winners.

In addition to the grocery store receipts, we didn't take the time to prep lunch for Sunday's farmers market so we treated ourselves to prepared foods from one of our favorite vendors.  That is factored into our weekly budget as well.. 

Here's what we spent this week:

Commissary:  $17.26
  • butter, soda, English muffins, cranberry juice,

Farmer's Market:  $18.00
  • milk, cream, lunch {burek & eggplant parm}, broccoli, and caramel apple

We also had our chickens processed this week at $155.00

Grand Total:  $35.26 + $155.00 = $190.26

Additional posts:
All the $60.00/Week Weekly Meal Plans
10 Tips For Shrinking Your Grocery Budget to $60.00/Week
12 Ways To Save Money and Reduce Food Waste
10 Easy Things You Can Do To Save Money
16 Ways To Effectively Cut Your Food Budget
 $60.00 A Week Food Budget Challenge


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Staci at Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

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