- May 2, 2015 at 8:37 pm #356255mosParticipant
Sunday — oatmeal with banana, coffee
Monday — peanut butter toast, banana smoothie
Tuesday — fried eggs, toast, coffee
Wednesday — grits and eggs, coffee
Thursday — cantaloupe and avocado slices, coffee
Friday — ham omelette, coffee
Saturday — pancakes, coffee
Total — $6.93
Sunday — lentil soup from the freezer
Monday — stuffed cabbage from the freezer
Tuesday — chicken pita, last week’s leftover
Wednesday — leftover lamb stew
Thursday — tuna salad sandwich
Friday — chicken pesto wrap
Saturday — peanut butter and granola wrap
Total — $2.97
Sunday – baked tilapia and slaw…$5.96
Monday – pineapple and ham fried rice…$4.72
Tuesday – spinach quiche…$1.99
Wednesday – roasted chicken, potatoes, and peppers…$8.08
Thursday – ragu…$8.40
Friday – cod and cucumber salad…$10.80
Saturday – pork chops and slaw…$7
Total — $46.95
Total for the week — $56.85
- May 4, 2015 at 11:17 am #461233
Hi! Thanks for sharing your menu plan. I wanted to ask, where do you find lamb at a good price?
We haven’t bought lamb for several years, it’s very expensive in our area.
- May 4, 2015 at 2:09 pm #461235mosParticipant
Lamb is expensive wherever anybody lives unless you have a farm with sheep! LOL! Since it is my favorite meat, I check the mark-down bin every week.
If I find something marked down, I buy it — the cut doesn’t matter. I stick it in the freezer and repeat every week until I have enough to plan a meal with it.
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