Could you feed your family for $100?
Our grocery bill hovered between $75 and $100 until this spring. But that doesn't include lunches for the kids or my husband during the week. And I eat leftovers for lunch about half the time and buy my lunch the other half. Then food prices went c.r.a.z.y. and we were looking at twice that sometimes. Twice! For seven dinners and oatmeal.
When our CSA share has started up, the bill went back down below $100, but that's not counting a great deal of veggies we've already paid for.
Maybe I'll start tracking grocery bills, along with the menu.