Keep these 7 basics on hand, and you'll always be able to whip up a quick, healthful meal.
With a weekly food budget of $50, you could probably even squeeze in a restaurant meal.
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Freebies for Halloween aren't limited to trick-or-treat candy this year. Take your pick of video games, doughnuts and restaurant meals.
The average restaurant tip is now higher than it was before the recession began. And tip jars are popping up in previously unseen places.
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