ONE FAMISHED HUSBAND, THREE HUNGRY CHILDREN, rising food costs, and a fixed income could lead to disaster, but Jennifer Maughan successfully navigates the world of grocery shopping by pinching those pennies for all they're worth. She shows how anyone can creatively survive the onslaught of higher grocery bills and still eat tasty, healthy meals. SHE TELLS FRAZZLED FOOD BUYERS TO: Allocate funds to the most important foods. Stop spending money on impulse buys. Make a shopping plan before heading to the store. Find the best places to shop in your area. Be smart about coupons and sales.Sale pricea Try to get the actual price to the penny, and dona#39;t estimate. ... weekly flyers as you can, as ita#39;ll save you time at the store, but you should always bring the notebook along with you to the store. ... Using the Price Guide Each time you need to buy an item, consult the price guide and see what youa#39;ve paid before.
|Title||:||100 Meals for $5 or Less|
|Publisher||:||Gibbs Smith - 2009-03-01|