Confession: We went to the supermarket. Kroger to be exact.
We wanted some junk food so we went and picked some up. I forgot to take a picture, but we spent about $20.
I got a few bags of these for bribing local toddler. I don’t know what or when I need to bribe him for, but I like to be prepared. We also bought several bags of chips,(I’m looking at you cool ranch Doritos…) some hot dog buns, crackers and salami. I feel ok about our “cheat.” I think we have been doing awesome about eating healthy and local. Sometimes you just need some junk food. Keeping it real!
Now that I have confessed, on to the good stuff! Door to Door Organics!
A few freebies from Door to Door Organics. Local toddler gets ridiculously excited when we go to the warehouse to pick up our order. He yells “oranges” when he sees the door. He manages to sweet talk himself into some freebies 😉 (Sort of, the major perk of the warehouse co-op is there is a basket of extras for everybody to pick from.) That pineapple was a terrible passenger, rolling all over the place. Problem solved!
Asparagus and strawberries! I’m so ridiculously excited!
If the mushrooms don’t get eaten before Monday they will be Mushroom Stroganoff. The peas will probably be in a stir fry, everything else is pretty usual.
Sorry for the blurry photo, did I mention my only camera is an iPhone? Smoking Goose applewood bacon was on sale, yes please! Calder dairy milk for local toddler (I just love the glass bottles, it feels awesome to not have any waste! I wash and save the bottle caps for local toddler to play with.) Some shredded mozzarella for the cheese eaters in my house for pizza night. As Melissa said on my Facebook page, a cheese pizza is a great Meatless Monday!
Now for my exciting purchases! A Chocolove Cherries and Almonds Dark Chocolate bar. I snuck a piece, it is as amazing as it sounds. I am super excited to try this Naturally Nutty chocolate cherry peanut butter. It was a bit pricey($7.99), but I can’t wait to try it! It’s a Made in Michigan product!
Door to Door Organics was just under $70 this week, and about $20 at Kroger, so food costs were about $90 this week.
Is there an interest in full blown product reviews? You can count on my real opinion, I buy all this stuff myself with my own money, these companies have no idea who I am.