Saturday, September 17, 2011

Saturday Spending

A lot of groceries were purchased this week. A lot. I noticed several things were missing from the kitchen, and that I had used up a lot of other things. So you'll probably see the largest amount of grocery shopping on this post that you've ever seen from me. Also, we had a dinner party and so there's some extra stuff you're not used to seeing me buy from that as well. And the cheese binge. I'm on a big cheese binge

Kroger:

$2.82 - parmesan cheese (OMG we are having Brazilian cheese breads soon!)
$2.10 - salad
$1.39 - non-stick spray
$3.29 - feta
$1.09 - saltines
$2.49 - eggs
$2.89 - onions (3 pounds)
$2.19 - regular sharp cheddar
$2.14 - milk
$3.69 - sausage
$3.99 - watermelon
$0.34 - garlic
$2.89 - vermont cheddar
$2.28 - almond milk
$2.99 - orange juice
$2.88 - peanut butter
$3.25 - mayonnaise
$1.49 - sweetened condensed milk
$2.49 - kalamata olives
$4.99 - A1
$2.58 - canned artichoke hearts
$3.19 - canned palm hearts
$3.19 - bread flour
$7.99 - 3 pounds chicken tenders

subtotal: $68.63


Whole Foods:

$6.49 - barley malt syrup
$3.49 - 1 pound yogurt
$31.66 - ribeye steaks
$4.56 - azores flores cheese
$1.62 - swiss bellevue cheese
$2.00 - some other kind of cheese
$1.61 - new zealand cheddar
$4.64 - drunken goat cheese
$1.43 - seaside cheddar
$4.99 - figs
$0.57 - daikon
$4.99 - potatoes

subtotal: $68.05
grand total: $136.68

2 comments:

  1. We buy cheese a lot too, and we only ever buy cabot... At least cheddar wise. But ive been sneaky and grating it instead of slicing it, and it goes a lot further, im finding.

    Enjoy your tasty dairy!

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  2. Ooo, the Cabot cheeses are really yummy, Dea-chan! I think if I actually manage to cook something with the cheese instead of just sneaking big chunks into my lunches, I will definitely be grating it!

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