Mar 16: Soy Chili in Rustic Panini; Top Round Corned Beef with Carrots and Cabbage


For lunch we finished a panini roll and filled it with Swiss and some fo the (yet still) remaining Soy Chili. The soy chili has been fully costed across the six meals we’ve already had from it, so today (and any more) it costs nothing.

  • The roll is 63c
  • Swiss slices are 12 for $3.99 or 34c per serve.

It turned out well for 97c per serve!


Traditionally we did the “Irish” Dinner on Foodie Greg’s birthday, but this year we delayed it until the night before St Patrick’s Day. We served the top round corned beef, which we prefer over brisket, with carrots, cabbage and an onion sauce.

  • The corned top round was $21.28 and we had 60% at this meal, or $6.38 per serve
  • The cabbage was 38c but we only had half, or 10c per serve
  • Carrots were $3.99 and we used half or $1.00 per serve
  • Half and Half is $1.99 and we used half or 50c per serve
  • Add 20c for flour and onion.

We always enjoy this meal, which we can only get around St Patrick’s Day. Tonight it cost $8.18 per serve.

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