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Are You Struggling With Your Grocery Bill?
We all know how expensive food can be these days, and I doubt it’s going to get any cheaper. When you’re cooking for five people (or even more) you will quickly notice how things add up. I am always on the lookout for recipes that will help me save a few bucks each day. I have plenty of use for an extra hundred dollars, instead of spending it all on food!
Don’t get me wrong; when it’s a special occasion I like to pamper myself and my whole family with meals that are out of the ordinary and may even cost a little more than usual. But I just don’t want to spend a lot of money on weekday meals, especially if I can make something totally mouth-watering with a fraction of the cost!
Most stews are like that and this time of year I make them very often. This outstanding beef bourguignon is a meal I would be happy to serve to even the finest dinner guests. The flavor is mindblowing and by tasting it, you wouldn’t believe how little it costs to make this!
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Quick Tip: How to make this dish even more inexpensive; use less meat and add more vegetables, omit the wine and add more beef stock instead, serve over rice to get more servings out of one batch.