Everyone is looking for ways to save money, especially on food.
Saving money on food doesn't mean you have to give up good food and good tastes. Saving money means you need to be a little creative.
Check prices online. Most major grocery store chains will list their weekly sales online. So find the Web site for your favorite stores and log on before you do your menu planning and food shopping. You can tweak your menus and your shopping list based on what you find on sale. You can also compare prices at several different stores before you leave home.
Use fewer ingredients. Find recipes that use five or fewer ingredients. Fewer ingredients doesn't mean tasteless dishes. With five or fewer ingredients (plus spices and other seasonings already in your pantry), you can prepare delicious meals such as meat and potatoes, stews, soups, salads, cheeseburgers or casseroles.