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WIS, WWA | We got takeout twice, but we’re still on budget!

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What I Spent

BBQ chicken pizza

I didn’t do a full grocery shop this week…we just had a few small stops, which added up to $43.

However, we did spend $15 at Little Caesar’s, and $28 at Chick-Fil-A.

So, all of that comes to $85.

September Grocery Spending

Week 1: $123

Week 2: $182

Week 3: $94

Week 4: $85

Year to Date Grocery Spending

It’s week #39 of 2019, and I’m averaging $147/week thus far.

January: $619

February: $485

March: $702

April: $791

May: $806

June: $598

July: $695

August: $558

September: $484

What We Ate

Saturday

Mr. FG and I had our usual date night, so no cooking for me.

Sunday

We got pizza from Little Caesar’s. Because that is what happens around here sometimes!

Monday

I didn’t get home until nearly dinnertime (I was visiting my cousin, who just had a baby!) and I failed to prep anything before I left.

baby feet

So, when Mr. FG got home, we decided it would be good night for Chick-Fil-A.

Tuesday

I made a super quick orange/apricot glazed chicken recipe from ATK’s Quick Family Cookbook.

We had egg bread, watermelon, and raw veggies with the chicken.

orange glazed chicken

Wednesday

I made BLTs because we had a few tomatoes that needed to be used up.

(And also because I love BLTs.)

And we had watermelon on the side because apparently I am pretending it’s still summertime.

Thursday

Zoe and her cousin made BBQ chicken pizzas for us!

BBQ chicken pizza

Related: My best pizza-making tips.

Friday

I’m planning to make polenta and sausage with smoky tomato sauce (a recipe from the ATK Quick Family Cookbook.)

baked polenta with smoky tomato sauce

I’ve got the polenta in the fridge already, which feels lovely.

ATK Quick Family Cookbook

As I’m sure you’ve noticed, we use our orange ATK quick family cookbook a lot. It’s out of print, sadly, but there are always used copies on Amazon, so go check there.

What did you eat for dinner this week?

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