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What I Spent

I started off with my Hungry Harvest box.

I spent $31.42 at non-Aldi stores, and $42.96 at Aldi.

So, I’m at $99.38.

Oh, wait. I got a box of bruised peaches at the produce stand for $10, (probably my last one for the season!) so, actually I’m at $109.

September Spending

Week 1: $121

Week 2: $109

What We Ate


My Hungry Harvest box gave us 4 yellow peppers, so it seemed like a good time to make a shrimp and pepper stir fry.

shrimp and red pepper stir fry recipe
Photo obviously from a time when I had red peppers instead of yellow


This is the day we got our Dinnerly box! Sonia and Zoe made the sausage meatballs and spaghetti.

We also had a green salad, made with the lettuce from my Hungry Harvest box.


This is the night we had the grass-fed beef tacos from the Dinnerly box.

I also made a strawberry/peach salad, and I cut up some watermelon.


Sonia and I made the veggie pizzas from our Dinnerly box.

These ended up being my favorite Dinnerly meal! The crust is naan, topped with a spinach/ricotta mixture, and then a sauteed red onion and red pepper mixture.

Easy, vegetable-ful, and delicious. I will totally make these again.

(More coming about Dinnerly next week.)


Since we had pizza last night, I really don’t think we want to have pizza again.  So, I think I’ll come up with an easy meal instead.  Maybe breakfast for dinner is calling my name.


What have you been eating this week?

Article originally posted by the frugal girl.

About Tina Rae

I'm Tina Rae Kelly. Come join me on my money savin' adventures but beware: you may find yourself wanting backyard chickens, making freezer meals and dancing along with me to 80's music.

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