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November 12th, 2008 at 07:08 pm

Ok, so I went food shopping yesterday and today and didn't have any coupons. Probably a first. But I did some of the shopping at Costco which doesn't except manufactures coupons. Today I went to Shoprite and bought a few things to supplement what I didn't get yesterday. No savings at all. But with all the food I purchased I know I will not be tempted to eat out this week. I guess I can considered that a savings.
Last night I made a wonderful salmon dish with an herbed crust and served it over a bed of baby spinach with a side of wild rice.
Tonight I am making broiled center cut lamb chops with herb roated potatoes and steamed broccoli. For dessert I have ice cream or Pumpkin pie.
I am also making a pot roast in the crock pot as I am writing this. The pot roast was on sale. I got a huge piece for about 6.00$. I foung a recipe from recipe czarr and it was so simple. a dry packet of brown gravy mix a dry packet of ranch mix and a dry packet of italian dressing meis. Mix all 3 together and add a 1/2cup of water around roast cover crock pot and cook on low for 7-9 hours. It received rave reviews online so I will let you know how it turns out. This will be for tomorrow nights dinner.

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  1. LuckyRobin Says:

    Can you post the recipe for the salmon dish, please? It sounds wonderful. Also, did you know you forgot to put a title on this entry?

  2. moneycents Says:

    Actually, I am having trouble with my computer. I thought that the post was lost. I didn't even get a chance to spell check or tittle it.
    Herb Crusted Salmon
    21/2 C of fresh bread crumbs
    6tsp of parmesan cheese
    4 garlic cloves minced
    2tsp of parsley
    1tsp of thyme
    1tsp of rosemary
    1/2 tsp salt
    1/4 tsp pepper
    6 T of butter
    1 4lb piece of salmon
    Mix first 8 ingredients together. Melt 4T of butter and add to the ingredients, toss to coat.Place salmon in a greased baking pan or dish( I used pam b/c of all the butter). Melt remaining 2T of butter and brush over salmon. Then coat salmon with crumb mix. Bake at 350 for 25 minutes.
    If you have a smaller piece of salmon as I did you can freeze crumb mix and use it later.
    For the fresh bread crumbs I used the heels of leftover whole wheat bread and and ground it up in the food processor.
    The baby spinach was sauteed in butter and place under the salmon before serving.

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