FOOD TOWN (Tuesday):
Boneless thighs @ 1.77lb - $4.87
Onions @ .39lb - $.94
Bacon - 1.99
Italian sausage - 2.99
TOTAL - $10.79
2 pints heavy cream @ 1.99 each - $3.98
3-pack tissue - $3.57
Crystal Light (marked down) - $1.00
Nasal strips - $3.44
Sugar free gelatin (marked down) - $.25
TOTAL - $12.62
Jalapeños @ .74lb - $.74
Sub rolls - $2.98
Drink drops - $2.48
10 pack Dial soap - $4.88
Cookies - $1.98
TOTAL - $13.67
Ice cream @ 2.99 (minus 10% discount) - $2.69
Frozen cauliflower @ 1.00 (minus 10% discount) - $.90
16 ounce shredded cheddar @ 3.49 (minus 10% discount) - $3.14
Unsweetened coconut @ 1.29 (minus 10% discount) - $1.16
2 cans tuna @ .78 each (minus 10% discount) - $1.40
4 ounce can mushrooms @ .62 (minus 10% discount) - $.56
7 CARBmaster yogurt @ .40 each (minus 10% discount + .40 coupon) - $2.12
Cookies @ 1.89 (minus 10% discount) - $1.70
TOTAL - $13.67
GRAND TOTAL - $50.75 (over budget by 75-cents)
Did you notice how much I spent at Walmart and Kroger today? That's not a typo. I spent exactly the same amount at both stores. What are the odds?
Once again HEB was out of the quarts of heavy cream. I was a bit fed up so I asked the manager if they would sell me two pints for the price of a quart and they did. I don't know why the nasal strips were so cheap this time. I didn't notice a sale sign or anything. They're usually $6.88, not $3.44. When I go there next Tuesday I will check the price and see what's up.
Next week I plan to make a Philly cheese steak stir-fry using the Steak-umms that I bought at Aldi recently. I will eat mine with a fork but Jerry said that he would like his on a bun. That's what the sub rolls are for.
I've decided to start eating yogurt for breakfast again and I was disappointed to see that Kroger was out of many flavors this week. I hope that doesn't mean that they're going to discontinue the CARBmaster. Thankfully they had most of my favorite flavors. The White Chocolate Raspberry is my absolute favorite and they had plenty of that one as well as the Caramel Spice Cake.