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What I Spent
I got a $25 Hungry Harvest, and I spent $131 at the grocery store.
(These are cinnamon crisps, which I made to give away to some friends for Christmas.)
Week 1: $131
Week 2: $182
Week 3: $192
Week 4: $156
What We Ate
It was our date night, and we ended up going out for sushi.
Mr. FG and Zoe went to a concert, and I’d planned to bake a frozen pizza for them before they left.
But. I burned it. REALLY burned it.
So they picked up some sandwiches on the way.
And I don’t remember what the rest of us ate!
The girls requested pigs in a blanket, which I’ve only ever made once before in my life. I had to google for directions, actually, even though they only require two ingredients.
Christmas Day! We had overnight cinnamon rolls with cream cheese frosting for breakfast, of course.
Lisey requested a double batch of frosting, which meant that ours look like this:
I’m not saying it was bad. But it was a lot of frosting!
For dinner, we veered from our usual and got Chinese carryout.
And that was followed by a post-dinner cookie decorating session.
I didn’t eat one single piece of produce all day on Christmas, so I was feeling the need for some veggies.
Which is why on Wednesday night, we had a main-dish green salad topped with sauteed shrimp.
I made chipped beef on toast, with broccoli and grapefruit on the side (separate, because OBVIOUSLY).
I’m planning to try a new recipe for Korean pork tacos from Dinner Illustrated.