TCHS Rampage

Temple City High School


November 6, 2017

Friendsgiving on a budget


As the holiday season approaches, lots of students celebrate Friendsgiving as a time to appreciate and look back on their friendship. From appetizers to desserts, the prices of the dishes may lead to outrageous prices that you, as a student are not willing to spend on. Now, the key to success is budgeting. Check to see if you are getting the best deals at local grocery stores on ingredients for the dish that you are preparing.
After searching for three key dinner commodities, roast turkey, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie, the location supplying products marked at the lowest price would be Vons with a grand total of $24.97.

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