What do you buy at Sam's or Costco?
I buy the large quantities of Tyson Chicken Breasts (sorry I don't recall the weight) but you get 12 good size chicken breasts for about 16.00 (skinless/boneless).
I take them home, cook some off, and freeze the raw ones in freezer zip lock bags. The ones I cook off we can eat just as regular chicken breast. Extras I may dice for:
Cold Chicken Salad
Chicken Pot Pie (I posted the recipe under Family Favorites it may actually be chicken a la king because I don't use a crust we serve it over toast or with biscuits)
Oriental Ramen Salad
Chicken Fried Rice (yes, I use diced chicken breast, my Chicken Fried Rice is more a meal than a side dish)
Milk: I notice their prices are about 25 cents lower than anywhere else per gallon
Boneless Pork Chops (bulk)
I have a few good crock pot recipes for boneless pork chops
I'll also cut a whole package into strips, then brown in oil. Then I'll package them in freezer size quart bags. I have a Cantonese Crock Pot recipe that my family loves that starts with these strips. I don't even have to thaw them! As long as I have a cut onion and a green pepper cut into strips the rest of the ingredients are staples and spices that I alwlays have on hand. This is a dish I serve about once a month.
I have a membership at Sam's. I don't have a Costco nearby but know a lot of people on the forums go there and it is similar to Sam's. I'd be interested in hearing about the bulk groceries you buy and how you use them.