Sams Club and Dinner
June 12, 2019 5:12pm CST
What a day!! It was another busy day today and it just flew by. After the dog groomer left, we ate a quick lunch and then headed to Sams Club to do some shopping. I love Sams Club and even though it's just the two of us it's worth buying some things in bulk and then breaking it all down into smaller sizes for the weeks ahead. While we were there we decided to get a roasted chicken for dinner. The chickens are only $5 and have plenty of meat. Even the dogs get a little treat when we're carving up the chicken. Neither my daughter nor I are exceptionally hungry so we'll just have some sliced chicken and a vegetable. I like busy days but I am tired. I can't do as much as I used to and I missed my nap today.
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Probably buying in bulk isn't worth it for just you. I like the meat I get in Sams Club and it's a better quality and cheaper per pound as compared to what we can get here in the supermarket. I just divide it all up and then freeze it all.
I took a little nap this afternoon-love naps on my days off. We just got up from the supper table. I grilled T-bone steaks, did some nice russet potatoes in the air fryer, fried up some sliced mushrooms and steamed some mixed vegetables. It was a nice supper, back to a quick meal tomorrow as I do have to work tomorrow.
@Marilynda1225 It was delicious. We face-timed with our son this morning, and our plans for Sunday have to be altered due to the weather and his wife coming down with something. I might have wanted to serve steak on Sunday, we'll have to see what else I have up my sleeve that might work. I am thinking lasagna, but will firm that thought up with my husband after he gets home from work later on.
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I mostly get the non-food stuff too but at Costco . . . paper goods, cleaning liquids, etc. I heard the roasted chickens are sold at a very low price . . . because they know we're not going to go shop there just for the chicken - and how true!