The little Clay Pot

Lots of things can go in a little Clay Pot

Saving time with Bounty April 26, 2010

Filed under: Frugal Living,Health,Uncategorized — littleclaypot @ 3:57 am

First off, I am looking forward to the end of school, and getting into the full swing of summer and keeping on with my efforts to feed the family reasonably local, & reasonably healthy on a budget of $100.00 per week.

This is the bill for the bounty order that will be delivered on Thursday.  I Finally broke down and ordered some extras (for us).  Bagels, Tarrells and some beef snack sticks.  One of the biggest complaints (and truly, there haven’t been many) has been the lack of  “easy food” -things like boxed cereal, pretzels and chips.  I told myself that I would alleviate this complaint by making home made snacks.  But…I have yet to work that into the schedule.  So, just a few more weeks of classes, and for now, if some bagels and beef sticks will buy me a few more moments of brain time…I am aalllllll for it.

Product Producer Price Items Subtotal
Bagels – Plain Amazing Grains $4.29 1 $4.29
Taralles – Garlic Amazing Grains $3.32 1 $3.32
Milk – Whole – 1 Gal Evan’s Farmhouse Creamery $6.31 3 $18.92
Yogurt – Blackberry – Quart Evan’s Farmhouse Creamery $4.06 1 $4.06
1/2 and 1/2 – 1 qt Queensboro Farm Products $1.55 1 $1.55
Jerusalem Artichoke – lb Gardners Gladiolus $3.90 1 $3.90
Salad – Bouquet Finger Lakes Fresh $2.00 1 $2.00
Gourmet Medley sprout mix Mizrahi Manor $3.04 1 $3.04
Steak Prime Rib – Dexter Mizrahi Manor $11.21 2 $22.43
Snack Sticks – Beef Drover Hill Farm $5.77 1 $5.77
Pasta – Linguini The Pasta Shoppe $2.60 1 $2.60

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