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Wednesday, 1 May 2019

Grocery shopping list for April 2019

This post is the fifth in a series.

2 April

Went to IGA and bought sliced roast beef, avocado spread, bread, Jarlsberg cheese, and a blueberry cake.

4 April

Went to the Fish Market and bought swordfish steaks, a cleaned and scaled whole flounder, some baby abalone, sliced smoked wagyu beef, extra-virgin olive oil, a jar of mixed pickled eggplant and capsicum, green chillies, a banana chilli, ginger, and shallots.

6 April

Went to the Fish Market and bought a cleaned and scaled whole flounder, some baby abalone, and a papaya. On the way home dropped by the IGA and bought milk, peaches, ginger, garlic, chillies, a Chinese cabbage, snow-pea sprouts, shallots, glace pears, and some Italian chocolates.

7 April

Went to IGA and bought bacon, yoghurt, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, shampoo, conditioner, body soap, hand soap, tissues, toilet paper, kitchen paper towels, and a packet of Elastoplast.

10 April

Went to the Fish Market and bought sliced smoked wagyu beef, sliced catinpalo (a hot Spanish salami that I could only find online spelled “catimpalo”), and some duck and shiraz pate. I also bought a box of sushi for lunch. Then I went to IGA and bought short-cut bacon, lamb cutlets, eggs, milk, bread, date and honey cake, and Cheddar cheese.

14 April

Went to the Fish Market and bought bream fillets, ling fillets, and tuna steaks. Then dropped by the IGA and bought pork medallions, lamb chump chops, peri-peri spread, dauphin cheese, and snacks.

20 April

Went to IGA and bought a cleaned and scaled whole barramundi, shortcut bacon, rare sliced roast beef, shallots, tomatoes, a Chinese cabbage, carrots, milk, bread, and a snack.

24 April

Went to IGA and bought carrots, celery, shallots, tomatoes, asparagus, snow peas, an avocado, pork medallions, Jarlsberg and dauphin cheeses, a blueberry cake, sandwich bags, and mouthwash.

30 April

Went to IGA and bought sliced rare beef, sliced ham, Cheddar and dauphin cheeses, milk, bread, and olive oil spread.

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