Budget Family Dinner for $8.21 – Eating GOOD on a Budget – The Wolfe Pit

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Budget Family Dinner – Eating GOOD on a Budget – Feed Your Whole Family Dinner for Under $8.21

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  1. TheWolfePit
    TheWolfePit says:

    Some of you may have already seen this family dinner video before, but I thought it was worthwhile posting for a good budget friendly meal! Enjoy!

    Budget Family Dinner – Eating GOOD on a Budget – Feed Your Whole Family Dinner for Under $8.21

    SUBSCRIBE – https://goo.gl/6hkChx

    Help support The Wolfe Pit! – https://goo.gl/98hVCN

    Make a One Time Donation! – https://goo.gl/4BMDva

    Items I use in my videos – https://goo.gl/kah8h4

    Check out my other channel – https://goo.gl/P6H5ee

    Social Media Links:

    Website – https://TheWolfePit.Com

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/381019335339668/

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheWolfePit

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    Website: http://www.thewolfepit.com

    "Broken Reality" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

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  2. Charlie Newman
    Charlie Newman says:

    imo
    Good vid, as always.
    These inexpensive family meals are cool
    There is a problem, however, in that they almost all have rice, macaroni, or beans in them which makes them a problem for diabetics.
    Rice can be replaces by riced cauliflower, which I guess isn't too expensive.
    Can you figure other ways out of the problem?
    imo

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  3. dad jokes 11
    dad jokes 11 says:

    In Texas at certain bbq place's they have something called loaded corn bread. Its better to me with regular non sweet corn bread. It has a big piece of corn bread as the base, topped with shredded smoked brisket with bbq sauce, jalapenos, chives, baked beans, shredded cheddar cheese. The reason i dont like the honey corn bread is because its to much sweetness for my liking in combination with the sauce. Also add diced onions. =)

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  4. Ang B
    Ang B says:

    I make this once a week but with ground turkey because it’s only 1.89 a pound at my local Aldi. So the whole meal comes out to be 5.50 for a big pot

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  5. RobotSlug
    RobotSlug says:

    This may be a dumb suggestion, but maybe a laser thermometer at times to give us ideas of the temps your cooking at? Some of us less culinarily inclined folks need to do stuff by the exacts to get it to turn out right, lol. Eyeballin it rarely works for me, but anal retentive following of steps does.

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  6. Kayla lington
    Kayla lington says:

    Lean ground beef doesn’t equal bland food! I like it because I get more bang for my buck, more meat and a lot less burn off. I may add butter or olive oil when fats are needed. Those taste better in the end product than beef fat imo.

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  7. stormus08
    stormus08 says:

    I know you say not to be critical of portion sizes, but that's MAYBE 3 servings for an adult at $8.21 total… $2.70/ea. I meal prep more nutritious meals every week – I will concede they likely aren't as tasty because that looks damn good.

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  8. Andrew Spielman
    Andrew Spielman says:

    We got a Canadian version of this dish in my family called Swagger Special (named after great grand father). Very similar but made with tomato soup, frozen peas, corn onion, macaroni and beef with a few spices. Its funny to see the similarities between the two dishes being 1000's of kilometers apart. 3921 kms apart actually!

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  9. Rexfellis
    Rexfellis says:

    Great video, Larry. Definitely a nostalgic dish. I grew up in the south, but I do remember my great aunt making this for us when I was a kid. It would be great to see your take on chicken and sausage jambalaya. Thanks for everything you do.

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