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      Default $30.00 menu

      This is what I add on file. I hope this is the one you wanted. I
      did not post much before, but so glad you are back..
      Charleet








      Baking powder, Baking soda, Mayonnaise, Spices/herbs/salt, Vanilla
      flavoring
      Shopping List
      5 lbs all purpose flour .89
      5 lbs sugar 1.89
      2 cartons eggs 1.78
      l lb cheddar cheese 3.00
      2 gallons milk 3.98
      2 lbs regular margarine 1.68
      2 lbs hamburger 1.98
      1 lb lunch meat 1.29
      3 28oz cans tomato sauce 2.67 (may want some Italian ones)
      10 lbs potatoes 1.79
      5 lbs carrots 1.29
      5 lbs apples, medium size 3.00
      1 cabbage .60
      2 lbs dry navy beans .60
      2 lbs elbow macaroni 1.00
      1 lb spaghetti .50
      1 yeast 3 pack 1.29
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      Total 29.23

      Note: For anyone not on quite as stringent a budget, or
      who can get
      better deals, or who has a garden; Add some more
      vegetables,
      especially green ones. I'd add fruit or juice to the
      other
      breakfasts without the apples. I'd probably also buy
      popcorn for
      snacks. Some Great Places For Recipes Are:
      Recipe Source 70,000 recipes (formally SOAR)
      FATFREE: The Low Fat Vegetarian Recipe Archive
      http://www.fatfree.com 3,000+ recipes
      Both sites have good organization and search engines
      The food above could produce the menu below. If you make
      sourdough
      breads, this saves a lot of money on the yeast. Great
      recipes are at
      the soar site. You don't need to let the starter ferment
      for a long
      time to get it going, just to develop the flavor. You can
      use it at
      after one day and it will work. Just let sourdough rise
      longer than
      your usual bread recipes.
      Breakfast
      Pancakes with saut?ed apples 3 times
      Cheese biscuits 2 times
      Muffins (plain, apple or spice) 3 times
      Lunch
      Here I am assuming that Mark and Danielle will take
      packed lunches
      and that you and Mollie will eat at home on weekdays.
      Mark And Danielle
      Lunch meat sandwiches, Carrot sticks, Sugar cookies 2
      times
      Lunch meat sandwiches, Apple, Sugar cookies 3 times
      Stephanie And Molly
      Baked potato with cheese, Apple, Sugar cookies 3 times
      Scrambled egg/cheese sandwich, carrot sticks, potato
      salad, sugar
      cookies 2 times
      Weekend Lunches
      Cheese Quiche, carrots (raw or cooked), Vanilla pudding
      Shepherd's pie(1/4 lb Browned hamburger, cooked
      potatoes and
      carrots, white sauce made with Homemade Cream Soup Mix,
      a little
      cheese)
      Supper
      Mac and Cheese, Cooked apples, Cabbage Slaw
      Spaghetti, garlic bread, Vanilla cake
      Tomato Soup, Cheese toasts, Carrot cake plain or with
      vanilla
      frosting
      Hamburger bean soup (Beans, 1/2 can tomato sauce, 1/4 lb
      hamburger,
      diced carrots, herbs/spices/salt), biscuits, Vanilla cake
      Hamburger Macaroni Casserole (hamburger, elbows, white
      sauce, salt,
      spices), Carrot/cabbage slaw, Apple pie
      Cheeseburger Pizzas(2) (1/2 can tomato sauce, browned
      hamburger,
      sprinkling of cheddar--add toppings last 5 minutes)
      Chili Potatoes-Baked potatoes topped with homemade chili
      and grated
      cheddar, Carrot cake.
      Other things which could be made with these ingredients:
      Breakfast
      French toast
      Scones
      Bagels
      Herb biscuits
      Waffles
      Main Dishes
      Bean hamburger cheese nachos
      Bean tacos
      Beef noodle soup
      Cabbage Rolls
      Cheese Pizza
      Cheese potato soup
      Cheese spread
      Cheeseburger Mac and Cheese
      Deviled eggs
      Egg drop soup
      Hamburger cabbage casserole
      Hamburger Calzones
      Macaroni Lasagna
      Marinated Italian Bean Salad
      Meat turnover pies
      Meatball sandwiches
      Meatloaf
      Minestrone Soup
      Omelets
      Pizza potatoes
      Potato cheese fritter
      Potato, cabbage, bean soup
      Spicy beans in flour tortilla
      Vegetable Dishes
      Apple slaw
      Asian Cabbage Salad
      Cheesy fries
      Egg rolls
      Fried or Stir fried cabbage
      Hash browns
      Marinated carrots
      Mashed potatoes, plain or flavored
      Oven fries
      Perogies
      Potato cakes
      Potato skins
      Salsa potatoes
      Pasta Dishes
      Pasta salad
      Desserts
      Apple Crepes
      Apple Turnovers
      Baked cinnamon apple slices (takes 1.5 minutes in
      microwave or can
      oven bake whole for impressive dessert)
      Biscotti
      Cinnamon toast
      Doughnuts
      Funnel cake
      Sliced apples with caramel dip
      Spice cookies
      Vanilla ice cream
      Vanilla shake
      Misc.
      Apple butter
      Applesauce
      Children's eggnog
      Cinnamon bread
      Crackers
      Dumplings
      Homemade nachos and salsa
      Homemade noodles
      Soft pretzels
      Tomato herb bread
      V-8 type tomato drink

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