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evaporated milk
milk
tomatoes
canned tomatoes
butter
onion powder
puff pastry/crescent rolls
pimentos
cheddar

we're making a tomato base vegetable soup and putting in vegan sausage, baked brie, pimento cheese, and queso
 

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I put in a grocery order to pick up today at 8am i hope i didn't forget anything.

I'm making
butter chicken
loaded baked potato soup
steak,roasted brussel sprouts, mac and cheese, birthday cake marintinis, marble cake with vanilla butter cream
philly cheese steaks
pasta with vodka sauce

also got bagels and stuff for salads, blts, smoothies

 
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vanilla yogurt
hot fudge
buttermilk
powdered sugar
heavy cream
oven roasted turkey breast
garam masala
bacon
potato chips
salt
sub rolls
vanilla ice cream
lemons
 

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making tacos, shepherd's pie, and chicken marsala

heavy cream
cheddar
passion fruit juice
lime juice
tortilla chips
fruit pebbles
salsa
avocados
juicy juice (strawberry banana)
yellow rice
milk
orange juice
queso
frozen mixed fruit
bananas
monterey jack
peanutbutter
capn crunch berries
black beans
sour cream
pears
refried beans
tomatoes
dill pickles
sweet gherkins
carrots
celery
light olive oil
taco seasoning
coleslaw mix
 

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Getting groceries delivered at 3 this is the final order i just copy and pasted it
Great Value Creamy Peanut Butter 40 oz
Tomatoes, 3 Pack
Mt. Olive Sweet Gherkins Pickles, 16 fl oz
Anjou Pears, 3 lb Bag
Philadelphia Original Cream Cheese, 2 ct Pack, 8 oz Bricks
Great Value, Shredded Monterey Jack Cheese, 8 Oz.
Marketside Tri-Color Cole Slaw, 16 oz
Great Value Elbows Pasta, 32 oz
Great Value Ultra-Pasteurized Real Heavy Whipping Cream, 32 Oz
Organic Medium Hass Avocados, 3-5 Count Bag
Celery Stalk
Hormel Black Label Original Thick Cut Bacon, 24 Oz.
Cap'n Crunch Breakfast Cereal, Crunch Berries, 26 oz Box
Vigo Yellow Rice, 16 Oz.
On The Border Cafe Style Tortilla Chips, 18 Oz
Simply Orange Pulp Free Orange Juice, 2.63 Liters
Juicy Juice 100% Strawberry Banana Juice, 64 Fl. Oz.
Great Value Taco Seasoning Mix, 1.25 oz
Mt. Olive Kosher Dill Spears Pickles, 24 fl oz
Bananas
Post Fruity PEBBLES Cereal, Gluten Free, 10 Essential Vitamins and Minerals, Sweetened Rice Cereal, Family Size Box, 15 Ounce
Welch's, Passion Fruit Flavored Fruit Juice Cocktail Blend, 59 Fl. Oz.
Great Value Lime 100% Juice, 15 fl oz
Whole Carrots, 1lb bag
Fresh Cravings Restaurant Style Medium Salsa, 16 oz
Great Value Finely Shredded Sharp Cheddar Cheese, 16 oz
Great Value Black Beans, 15.25 oz
Great Value Traditional Refried Beans, 16 oz
Marketside Mild Queso Blanco Dip, 16 oz
Great Value Finely Shredded Fiesta Blend Cheese, 16 oz
Filippo Berio Extra Light Olive Oil, 16.9 Ounce
Great Value All Natural Sour Cream, 16 oz
Great Value Vitamin D Milk, 0.5 Gallon, 64 Fl. Oz
Great Value Frozen Mixed Fruit, 64 oz
 

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This is the first time I have bought meat since Thanksgiving. I use a local butcher/meat processor - since we don't eat nearly the amount of meat we once did, we can stick to the no commercial meats resolution. Costco prime and choice would be the single exception.

5 lbs ground lamb
2 legs of lamb
1 shank

25 boneless chicken thighs
25 chicken breast halves
6 whole chickens
5lbs whole wings
1lb chicken livers

4 beef flank steaks
10 1lb bundles, I think it's 87% lean beef
4 Porterhouse
1 beef and pork combo roast

5lbs skin on pork belly
10 lbs bacon
2 lbs breakfast sausage

6 dozen organic free range eggs
Couple bags of farmers style Spätzle
 

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This is the first time I have bought meat since Thanksgiving. I use a local butcher/meat processor - since we don't eat nearly the amount of meat we once did, we can stick to the no commercial meats resolution. Costco prime and choice would be the single exception.

5 lbs ground lamb
2 legs of lamb
1 shank

25 boneless chicken thighs
25 chicken breast halves
6 whole chickens
5lbs whole wings
1lb chicken livers

4 beef flank steaks
10 1lb bundles, I think it's 87% lean beef
4 Porterhouse
1 beef and pork combo roast

5lbs skin on pork belly
10 lbs bacon
2 lbs breakfast sausage

6 dozen organic free range eggs
Couple bags of farmers style Spätzle

do you have a designated freezer for all this stuff???

also what does lamb taste like, I've never had lamb...
 

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do you have a designated freezer for all this stuff???

also what does lamb taste like, I've never had lamb...

Yes I have a chest freezer in my basement.

Lamb tastes like beef but richer, more earthy. It's not gamy - mutton is which is an older sheep. I don't like it but unless you are in Northern KY or somewhere that specializes in it, you'll never see mutton in a store. The lamb I get is from this farm near me and it's young lamb, super tender and very mild tasting.

Crane Dance Farm - LocalHarvest

We make shish kofta and lamb burgers with the ground lamb. I also put it in bolognaise (which is what I got the chicken livers for).
 

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I definitely think lamb is better than beef. I'd like to try mutton. I have a friend whose family has a farm in southern Indiana.... perhaps she could hook me up with some at some point.
 

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I definitely think lamb is better than beef. I'd like to try mutton. I have a friend whose family has a farm in southern Indiana.... perhaps she could hook me up with some at some point.

This is a great lamb recipe for people that are just trying it out but I definitely agree with you.

Traditional Lancashire Hotpot - Nicky's Kitchen Sanctuary

Lamb use to be a really popular meat in the US, it's too bad it went out of fashion. Tiny lamb chops or lamb rib roasts are sooo good.
 

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Peach schnapps
Raspberry vodka
Cranberry juice
Heavy cream
Potato chips
Hot dog buns
Yellow mustard
Something from the freezer section
 

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Great Value Finely Shredded Parmesan Cheese, 6 oz
Great Value Gv Pine Nuts 4oz
Marketside Organic Baby Spinach, 16 oz
Comet Bathroom Cleaner, 32 Oz.
Scott Paper Towels, Choose-A-Sheet, 6 Double Rolls
Mr. Clean with Gain Original Scent Multi-Surface Cleaner, 45 fl oz
Great Value Shredded Low-Moisture Part-Skim Mozzarella Cheese, 32 oz
Great Value White Bread, 20 oz
Navel Oranges
Great Value Gelatin Dessert, Orange, 3 oz
Great Value Confectioners Powdered Sugar, 32 oz
Great Value Sweet Cream Salted Butter, 4 count, 16 oz
Morton Sea Salt, Natural All-Purpose, 26 Ounce
goodcook Stainless Steel Bladed Corer & Peeler
 

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yesterday for taco night

flank steak
sour cream
sharp cheddar
soft tacos
iceburg lettuce
salsa
tequila
whole corn
cherry tomatoes
cilantro
 

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plan on making spinach artichoke dip, tuscan chicken, and jambalaya

RITZ Original Crackers, Family Size
Freshness Guaranteed Boneless Chicken Breasts Family Pack
Bella Sun Luci Julienne Cut Sun Dried Tomatoes with Italian Herbs
Great Value Quartered Artichoke Hearts
Community Coffee Breakfast Blend
Green Onions
Great Value Long Grain Enriched Rice
Red Bell Pepper
Great Value Tomato Sauce
Great Value Louisiana Hot Sauce
Johnsonville New Orleans Andouille Smoked Sausages
Reese Artichoke Hearts, Quartered Marinated
Great Value All Natural Sour Cream
Great Value Finely Shredded Parmesan Cheese
Better Than Bouillon Premium Roasted Chicken Base
Great Value Ultra-Pasteurized Real Heavy Whipping Cream
Philadelphia Original Cream Cheese
Resolve Ultra Pet Stain & Odor Remover, 32oz, Discourages Resoiling
Marketside Fresh Spinach, 10 oz
 
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So my knee is still messed up and hurting but I had to go get perishables.

Asparagus
Fingerling potatoes
Japanese sweet potatoes
Carrots
Celery
Apples
Bananas
Mandarin oranges
Mushrooms
Romain
Iceberg
Spinach
Cucumbers
Cauliflower
Broccoli
Limes
Lemons
 

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So my knee is still messed up and hurting but I had to go get perishables.

Asparagus
Fingerling potatoes
Japanese sweet potatoes
Carrots
Celery
Apples
Bananas
Mandarin oranges
Mushrooms
Romain
Iceberg
Spinach
Cucumbers
Cauliflower
Broccoli
Limes
Lemons

I must admit, I'm a bit surprised to see iceberg on your list (because it's not as nutrient dense as most of your diet typically seems to be).

What are your plans for it?

I've been wanting to try grilling wedges.
 

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I must admit, I'm a bit surprised to see iceberg on your list (because it's not as nutrient dense as most of your diet typically seems to be).

What are your plans for it?

I've been wanting to try grilling wedges.

I've been adding it to spinach and romaine as a salad mix. It gives a good crunch. I also got some butter lettuce for chicken larb but I will throw it in there too. I have cool weather greens coming up so I can quit buying most soon.
 

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celery
white onion
yellow pepper
airline chicken
Kalamata olives
corn
san Marzano whole tomatoes
chicken stock
butter
parmesan
milk
red potatoes
 
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