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Ironrelic
01-09-2005, 09:58 AM
groceries to preparation?

You
The wife
Other
Meals on Wheels:D

What does your own weekly grocery list look like? If there IS a list.

My answer is me & no list :bash:

galileo
01-09-2005, 11:00 AM
Me.

Turkey, frozen chicken breasts, low-carb tortillas, vegetables, yogurt, and cottage cheese are my basics.

getfit
01-09-2005, 12:32 PM
me

Manveet
01-09-2005, 12:32 PM
Parents buy the food, lucky for me:D

Plenty of eggs, milk, red meat, frozen chicken breasts, pasta etc..

Adam
01-09-2005, 10:34 PM
I buy and make my own.
i have: shakes, bars, chicken, oatmeal, PB, milk. Thats it.

EdgarMex
01-10-2005, 12:45 PM
I usually go grocery shopping with teh wife to make sure she doesn't forget what I need :p I prepare all my meals, except for the rice (she cooks it).

Grocery list: chicken, tuna, brown rice, eggs, turkey ham, lettuce, peanut butter, otas, milk, WW bagels or bread, maybe some meat or fish plus whatever she's going to have during the week.

Franco
01-10-2005, 01:17 PM
Me, me and me

Lean turkey, lean chicken, lean steak mince, tuna, eggs, occasionally salmon, broccoli, oatmeal, sweet potato, extra virgin olive oil, walnut oil, flax oil

Paul Stagg
01-10-2005, 01:58 PM
Both my wife and I - I typically do the shopping, thogh.

We have a spreadsheet with the store layout on it, and that's how we make the list (so we don't miss stuff)

Lettuce
Broccoli
Apples
Carrots
other good looking produce
pasta
rice
teh beefs.
Chickens.
fishes.
OJ
Eggs
Milk
Torillas
Cheese
Bread
and some other stuff.

gopher
01-10-2005, 04:20 PM
My wife does the shopping and I do the cooking.
Beef
Chicken
Tuna
Salmon
Eggs
Cottage cheese
Natty PB
Fruits
Veggies
Oats
Brown Rice
That's about it for me. The wife gets a few other things for her and our daughter but I pretty much stick with my list.

andy51
01-10-2005, 04:42 PM
My mommy buys the food and cooks it usually, but sometimes i have to fend for my self on the preparation end of things

Optimum08
01-10-2005, 04:49 PM
Mom buys and usually cooks...if not then i usually just George Foreman-some boneless skinless chicken breasts and eat them with some rice(mix of white, brown, and wild like one cup of white and then a cup of the brown and wild mix...the rice is like a purple color...kinda strange i know but quite delicious and better for you) and kimchi (im korean...what can i say?)

MrWebb78
01-10-2005, 05:04 PM
i do most shopping and most cooking.

CostCo rules, where i do 95% of my shopping

Meat:
bag of chicken boobies
couple of tri tips
8 lbs 12% grnd beef
5 lbs grnd turkey
2 lbs Salmon(skinned ready to eat)
couiple of 3lb pork tenderloins
2 lbs carved roast beef
2 lbs carved turkey breast

Sides:
20lb bag Golden taters
10 lb bag red taters
5 lb bag of white rice
5 lb bag of brown rice

Produce:
6lb bag of Gala apples
5 lbs nanas
grapes

Dairy:
5 dozen eggs
4 gallons milk
4 pack of egg beaters
swiss cheese

other stuff:
4 loaves of bread(2 wheat, 2 white)
2 pack of PB
3 pack of cereal
whatever condiments we may need
whatever hygiene products we may need

unfortunately its barely a 2 weeks supply of food:(

Optimum08
01-10-2005, 05:08 PM
Mr. Webb...you are correct Costco does dominate all other supermarkets...but all that can't even last you 2 weeks? thats impressive...

Geeper
01-10-2005, 05:34 PM
me

ryuage
01-10-2005, 05:46 PM
i buy and prepare my own meals

oatmeal, chicken, peanut butter, veggies, milk, and eggs

and once in awhile ill throw in some ground beef, steak, or fish but thats about it.

Patz
01-10-2005, 06:58 PM
Both my wife and I - I typically do the shopping, thogh.

We have a spreadsheet with the store layout on it, and that's how we make the list (so we don't miss stuff)

Lettuce
Broccoli
Apples
Carrots
other good looking produce
pasta
rice
teh beefs.
Chickens.
fishes.
OJ
Eggs
Milk
Torillas
Cheese
Bread
and some other stuff.

Paul, that's a pretty good idea. I hate mising stuff, and either going back to the beginning aisle, or forgetting it completely because I didn't list it. How does one go about setting up a chart or diagram for the store? I used to work in a grocery store, so I know they're all a bit different as far as layout, and what's in what aisle.