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|Subject: Re: Eating out cheaper than cooking?||Date: 10/29/2007 12:02 PM|
|Author: Allisonh2||Number: 1160 of 1751|
Lately, I've been eating out cheaper 2 nights a week.
Zio's has all you can eat spaghetti for 1.99 on Tuesday nights in Oct.
Longbranch has all you can eat chicken wings/legs for $3.00 on Thursday nights.
So, those 2 nights, we eat out. It costs lest than heating up the stove, or preparing dinner for those 2 nights.
But, during the rest of the week, we cook at home. I also started bringing my own cereal for breakfast to work and brown bagging my own lunch for work since I've realized how much $$ I've wasted every month at the cafeteria at work.
But eating out cheaply twice a week gives me a little break from cooking
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