Adam and I went to the little grocery store yesterday that's right around the corner (as in, 3 minutes walk). They always have sale items, b/c it's a small store with limited inventory. We picked up an eggplant and some pretty asparagus. Then he said:
"Y'know, they have daily sales here, so the marked-down stuff is a great deal. If I came each day about noon, we could eat here cheaper and avoid that weekly drive to Piggly Wiggly."
(Yes, the grocery we've been using is named Piggly Wiggly. I know.)
So, tonight's supper:
Adam made a little salad with his homemade croutons.
So, we'll be shopping daily, like the Japanese and Europeans sometimes do. Isn't that fun? I'm looking forward to it. This little neighborhood market is small, so I won't wear my legs out going back for one item in the far corner of WalMart - ugh. And we're supporting local business. And eating fresher and cheaper.