Instead of Chicken Bouillon cubes I used Organic Better Than Bouillon. I had never used it but from friends who cook a lot they had said once you use this you never go back and the results turned out great so I think I'll be using this brand from now on. USDA Organic and $6.29
I used Thai Kitchen Red Curry Paste which was the only Curry Paste we could find at our local SaveMart (use to be Albertsons, Luckys). It happened to be the one ingredient I had forgotten and had to get last minute.
I used generic canned coconut milk from Whole Foods, and again continue to finish the granulated sugar I have in the pantry.
I decided to make this a Chicken African Stew and used Organic Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast from Bauer Ranch in Snelling, CA. All of their unused unsold foods are donated to their local Food Band and they are 6th generation farmers, 2nd generation in California. At $9.99 lb I received two good sized chicken breasts for $9.89.
The Red and Green bell peppers were Organic from Mexico. I used the same Organic Onions from the last recipe from Phill Fosters Ranch. Instead of Frozen Corn I boiled fresh corn and shaved the kernels for use in the stew. The bay leaf was the other ingredient I forgot and it was to late for me to run out and get it. Next time. I continued to use my McCormick Cayenne Pepper and Kingsford's Corn Starch.
PURCHASE OF THE WEEK
While I was at Bed Bath & Beyond I saw an 8 Cup Rice Cooker & Steamer on sale. Retail Price is $145. Amazon Price is $73.92. Bed Bath & Beyond Normal Price is $79.99. Clearance Price $25.00!!!