I was surprised to find out that I could have vegetarian refried beans and low sodium beans as well. All of the canned goods were at least a buck a can off. That ads up fast. I got ten refried beans, 10 diced tomatoes and 10 beans. They had garbanzo beans too so five of them were garbanzo beans. My daughter likes humus. I spent 15.00. I saved over thirty dollars from the regular price-- I paid 33 percent on the dollar.
Another way to look at it is that no bank is ever in this day and age going to give you 67 percent interest on your money.
The more meat skyrockets in price, the more recipes we will see for token meat dishes and rice and beans. I so far, am seeing meat on sale for a reasonable amount. Certainly, it is not as cheap as this summer, but it isn't too outrageous yet.
Meals from the ads
2 chicken or pork
1) meat ball subs, vegetable chips
2) tacos, refried beans, rice
3) chicken ( oven fried) mashed potatoes
4) sausage and saurkraut
Notes. Spinach artichoke chips were 2.00 at big lots. Refried beans were .50 at albertsoms. We got groumd beef for 2.50 a pound at Safeways a few weeks ago. Chicken is a buck a pound at albertsoms. Sausage is 5.00 for 10 large ones Safeways Five dollar Fridays that have been extended with just 4U. Eggs are a buck at QFC.
Carrots were .79 a poumd at Albertsons. sauerkraut is cheap at big lots.
Fusilli with creamy panchetta pea sauce
About 1 ounce of panchetta or bacon
1tsp olive oil
1cup diced onion
1tsp minced garlic
2cups low fat milk
1/4 cup low fat cream cheese
2-1/2 cups frozen peas, thawed
1-1/4 cups grated parmesan cheese
5 cups cooked fusilli
cook panchetta or bacon, remove from skillet.
Add oil to skillet. Add onion and garlic
Add onion mixture to meat.
Add flour to pan. Make a roux with milk.
Add cream cheese. Stir until cheese melts and sauce is smoot.
Stir in basil, salt, pepper, and 1cup parmesean. Add cheese sauce and parmesean to the
meat mixture. Toss with pasta.
From cooking light
Notes. I got low fat cream cheese at QFC last week for .50.
I think almost any small pasta would work for this.
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