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Mexican Fiesta Buffet

I had the cheapest dinner party ever. I threw a Mexican Fiesta Buffet. I used my own dishes, didn't buy disposables, borrowed wine glasses for my delightful Sangria. Here is what I bought:

  • 1.5 pounds of ground beef at $1.99 per pound.
  • Cheese (2 packages) on sale for $1.00.
  • Sour Cream (on sale and had coupon) .$59 for Breakstones.
  • Lettuce, Onion and Tomato, (all on sale) $1.50
  • I made homemade guacamole with an Aldi's avacado for $.69.
  • I also had taco shells ($.79 from Aldi's, soft shells $.89 from Aldi's)
  • My biggest expense that was not on sale: tostadas from Meijer at $1.89.
  • I had a few old bottles of wine (free) and added some fruit (also free from mom's fridge).

So for just a few dollars, I had a good night of fun with a few friends. Try having your own ethnic night party with your friends.

By Rockcandy248 from Detroit, Michigan

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