I love a yellow stickered bargain!

imageI popped into Asda after work at about 8.30 last night to check out the reduced sections. There wasn’t a great deal there, but what there was was reduced a lot!

imageI got a bag of salad for 20p, which made lunch for me and two darling daughters today with some chopped up cheese and ham, a bag of swede for 10p that I put in the freezer to add to stews as and when, and a bag of chopped casserole vegetables for 10p. These will form the basis of tonight’s dinner. Before I left for work this morning I threw them in the slow cooker with a packet of browned off Aldi sausages, a tin of chopped tomatoes, some stock, some chopped herbs and a dash of Worcestershire sauce. Hopefully this will be nice for tea with some mashed spuds.

Cheap and easy, that’s me!

0 thoughts on “I love a yellow stickered bargain!

  1. AuntLeesie

    Sounds & looks great! My neighbor brought over 2 big bunches of radishes w/greens attached yesterday, and today (after scouring the internet), I made oven-roasted radishes and greens. Also spent some time with free-from-the-neighbor broccoli, carrots, celery, onions and potatoes for us all to enjoy with meatloaves made from pork, turkey breast and veal meats. Now, if I could figure out what to do with the cabbage… ??? You got good bargains!

    1. AuntLeesie

      Most of the produce was free, and the ground turkey. I cook for them (they’re in their 90s). He doesn’t care for poultry or fish. So I pulled some pork and veal from the freezer to thaw slightly, cubed it and made my own ground meat with the food processor in about 10 minutes to add to the ground turkey for meatloaves. Cabbage idea is a good one! Thanks!