My Last Visit To Save-A-Lot Ever
So today I went to Save-A-Lot, and it will be my last visit there ever. I walked out with my cart of cans and realized the checkout girl hadn't given me a receipt. I walked back in immediately, I had literally gone 10 feet. I asked the girl for my receipt and she asked me what I bought. I said, it was your last transaction. She looked at me with a blank stare and said, "I don't remember." Then she turned and went back to checking out her next customer. I was going to throw a fit, thought better of it and walked out. Prices for the canned food challenge will be approximate. I know I spent $28 and some change and that the most expensive thing I bought was canned artichoke hearts at $2.49 and the least expensive thing I bought was vienna sausages at $.35. (I've never eaten them before, but they do come in a can . . . they may sit on the shelf forever.) So what is in the canned inventory? Lets see!
Seasoned Mixed Greens
Small White Potatoes
Diced Tomatoes (Garlic and Basil)
Great Northern Beans
Canned Chunk Chicken
Corned Beef Hash
Whole Cranberry Sauce
So what's on the menu this week?
A canned Thanksgiving using the sweet potatoes, greens, cranberry sauce and chicken, Italian style white beans, Some kind of pasta with clams, artichokes and mushrooms, and maybe a spam and pineapple fried rice. That corned beef hash is for breakfast, so are the biscuits and gravy.
Pictures and recipes will follow as the week progresses . . .
Oh and I bought a new can opener. See the fancy looking one on the left. Yeah. It doesn't work at all.