First: I was actually cleaning the living room on Saturday (nobody is more surprised than I am...) and found the receipt for the powdered sugar I bought that one time last month. It was 1.49, not 1.29. Fortunately, 20 cents won't break my grocery budget.
Now on to the actual post. These groceries were bought on Thursday, August 16.
Mik: $1.69 at Aldi
Lemon-lime soft drink: 87 cents at Kroger
Orange juice: $1.29 at Aldi
Sour cream: $1.29 at Aldi
Shredded cheddar: $2.99 at Aldi
Peas: 99 cents at Aldi
Eggs: 2 dozen for $2.30 at Aldi (Walgreens had them for 99 cents but they were out so I got a rain check)
Sausage: $2.29 at Aldi
Slice provolone: $1.99 at Aldi
Corn: 99 cents at Aldi
Fruits and veggies are all from Aldi.
Grapes: 2 lbs for $1.50 (they did not look like that when I bought them; I was hungry)
Granny smith apples: $2.99 (Scott prefers red apples, but there weren't any good-looking ones. Poor him.)
Celery: 99 cents
Pickles: $1.19 at Aldi
Garlic: 99 cents at Aldi
Flour: $1.58 at Aldi
Egg noodles: 99 cents at Aldi
Cream of mushroom soup: 69 cents at Aldi
Diced tomatoes: 59 cents at Aldi
Dry red beans: $1.65 at Meijer (usually they're $1.50. Boo.)
Grocery > Other month-to-date: $33.61 (go me!)
Now a menu plan, for the first time in way too long!
Vegetable soup and garlic-cheddar biscuits (Friday) / Stroganoff and salad (Saturday) / Southwest chicken (Monday) / Pork roast, peas, garlic butter rice (Wednesday)
We'll probably actually have salad with our pork roast; we have a TON left and I am determined not to let it spoil. The peas will keep another week.