Grocery Haul Post Vacay

I feel healthier already since my Wisconsin trip. The memories of deep fried cheese curds, fried fish, and butter-drenched desserts are fading as fresh fruit, vegetables, and light pasta dishes appear once again on my plate.

Yesterday I pulled myself half-way out of a black hole of deadlines, and my husband, being the kind creature that he is, volunteered to grocery shop. He went to the gym while I watched Scarlet and texted him the grocery list. He bought everything on it plus a few extras.

Today marks the fortieth day of my Freezer Challenge and I’ve made enough headway so I can even shift things around without something crashing onto my feet. I still have a way to go though, which is why I’ve decided to extend it another 30 days. All of the leftovers from the month of slow cooker recipe testing set me back a little. That means I can’t buy any frozen goods except waffles. My pantry appears a bit out of control as well, so I kept those foods off the list.

Grocery Haul

Now that I’m reading the receipt, I see that my helpful husband must have put some things away before I shot the video. Here is the complete list.

Produce

Organic baby spinach

Tomatoes

Blackberries

Bananas

Strawberries

Green onions

Cilantro

Broccoli

Asparagus

Celery

Deli

Olives

Sabra Hummus

Crumbled gorgonzola cheese

Cheese

Sundries

Crackers

Pistachios

Dairy

2% milk

Chobani Greek yogurt

Butcher

Shrimp

Bone-in skin-on chicken breast halves

Pork chops

Freezer

Earth’s Best mini waffles

Earth’s Best chicken nuggets

Lean Cuisine meals

For dinner tonight we might prepare barbecued chicken with one of the fresh vegetables from today’s haul. I know some of you love seeing the detailed list of what I eat in a day, so I may post that tomorrow. See you then.

 

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Pork Lo Mein Recipe (Michelle’s Version)

Dietitian’s Confessions: Grocery Shoppers Anonymous

 

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