Thursday, April 25, 2013

Weekly Shopping List

Here's my shopping list for the week of April 28, based on the sales that week. This is assuming four people who eat all three meals a day at home, for one week. Twenty-one meals in total. It comes to a total of $105.92. Not bad, huh?


6 dozen eggs at 79 cents per dozen (price when I was there on Monday)
1 pound butter at $2.19 (advertised price)
3-1/2 pounds of mushrooms at 89 cents for 8 ounces (advertised price)
3-pound bag of onions for $1.49 (they’re usually about that at Aldi’s)
3 heads of lettuce at 99 cents per head (I’ve seen that price there a lot but not sure it’s current)
4 1-pound bags baby carrots at 79 cents a bag (advertised price)
2 heads celery at 79 cents a head (price when I was there Monday)
8 cans of tuna at 68 cents per can (price when I was there Monday)
1 30-ounce jar of mayo (price the last time I checked there, about a month ago)
4 10-ounce packs of grape tomatoes (advertised price)
2 3-packs of cucumbers at 99 cents a pack (advertised price)
1 pint sour cream at $1.29 (I think that was the price)
1 quart half and half for $1.49 (they may have raised the price to $1.69 recently)
1 can diced tomatoes for 59 cents (price when I was there on Monday)
1 can green beans for 49 cents (price when I was there on Monday)
1 jar salad dressing at $1.39 (price the last time I bought some)


4 pint (16 ounce each) cartons of cottage cheese at 3 for $4.00 (advertised price)
1 pound breakfast sausage for $2.79 (advertised price)


19 pounds of chicken leg quarters at 79 cents a pound (advertised price – family pack)
12 ears of sweet corn at 10 for $3.00 (advertised price)
3 pounds ground chuck at $2.99 per pound (advertised price – family pack)
1 package (14 – 16 ounce) Johnsonville brats at 2 for $6.00 (advertised price)


1 head cauliflower at $1.99 per head (advertised special)
3 pounds ground chuck at $2.99 per pound (advertised special – same as Marsh)
8 ounce shredded cheese at 3 for $5.00 (advertised special)
2 bunches broccoli at $1.99 each (advertised special)


1 pound sunflower seeds (price the last time I got them)
2-1/2 pounds cabbage at 59 cents a pound (I think that was the latest price I paid there)
1 head garlic estimated at 60 cents (it’s sold by the pound so it varies)
1 28-ounce bag frozen spinach at $1.97 (I think that was the latest price I paid there)


2 tablespoons mustard
2 tablespoons lemon juice (bottled is what I use)
4 teaspoons vinegar
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
1 teaspoon oregano
Dash nutmeg
Salt and pepper

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