Week # 9 $50 Weekly Menu

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Week 9 Grocery Notes: Finally, March has arrived and I’m greatly looking forward to deals on frozen veggies and gardening supplies! Salad greens are relatively inexpensive this week and we’re looking forward to some lighter meals with the warmer days.
I managed to find some really good deals this week – walmart had marked down Stove-Top stuffing to .25 per box!

February 28th- March 6th:

Monday Feb 28:

  • Breakfast: Poached eggs on toast
  • Lunch : Cucumber Sandwiches (an old fave from my childhood!)
  • Dinner : Boston Baked Beans, cornbread

Tuesday March 1

  • Breakfast: Fruit Salad
  • Lunch : Baked Beans & Salad
  • Dinner : Chicken Bruschetta, Steamed Veggie (Broccoli or Green Beans)

Wednesday March 2

Thursday March 3

FridayMarch4:

  • Breakfast: french toast or waffles
  • Lunch : Honey Mustard Lime Chicken Salad (leftover chicken & sauce from previous nights dinner, chopped up and served over tossed salad)
  • Dinner : Pepperoni Calzones

SaturdayMarch5:

  • Breakfast: French toast or waffles
  • Lunch : strawberry melon summer salad
  • Dinner : New England Boiled Dinner (Corned Beef, Cabbage,Carrots, Potatoes, Onions) & Fresh Hot Biscuits

SundayMarch6:

  • Breakfast: Breakfast Burritos
  • Lunch : Grilled Italian Marinated Kebabs (Beef, Onions, Green Peppers, Mushrooms) & Salad
  • Dinner : Red Flannel Hash, Fresh Biscuits

Various Snacks & Dessert Items:

  • Kiwi Fruit
  • Chocolate Covered Strawberries
  • Fresh Strawberries- sliced over Angel food Cake
  • strawberry melon summer salad
  • Homemade Microwave Popcorn
  • cheese & Crackers

Drinks included:

A few things I’d like to share:My heart goes out to those that still have snow on the ground where they live. I lived in New England for over 25 years, but having lived in a warmer climate for the last several years, I often forget that not everyone uses their grills year round. I love to make shish kebabs- you simply take chunks of chicken, beef or pork and marinate them in Italian dressing. Then thread them onto kebab sticks (that have been soaked for 10 minutes!), adding chunks of onion, mushrooms, grape tomatoes, green pepper, etc. Grill them for 5 minutes, turn them over and grill another 3-5 minutes.

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Filled with an insatiable wanderlust to see the world, I've dedicated most of my life to saving money where I can so I can afford to see and do the things I want. I dug our family out of debt by reducing our grocery expense to less than $300 a month. You can too!

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