It’s been really interesting getting used to the new ingredient selection and price differences at the grocery stores since moving from New Orleans to Nashville. One major difference is that canned goods at Kroger are almost half the price of the canned goods at the local grocery store that I used to frequent.
I personally have not tried this recipe but the pictures look awesome and I wanted to “bookmark” the source. I’ve been following Budget Bytes for some time and Beth does a great job.
Besides the beans, tomatoes and pictures what caught my eye was the comment on the food cost differential by geography. Why should canned beans be twice the price in one city versus another? Dynamic pricing and profits. Simple answer.
Beans are cheap. And beans are cheaper in Oklahoma too.