If you’ve been stressing about how much it’s going to cost you to cook nThanksgiving dinner this year, a new survey from the American Farm Bureau Federation may offer a sigh of relief.
A dish of good news in time for Thanksgiving.nnIf you’ve been stressing about how much it’s going to cost you to cook Thanksgiving dinner this year, a new survey from the American Farm Bureau Federation may offer a sigh of relief.nnThe Farm Bureau says it will cost you less this year to buy some of your favorite holiday food items.nnVolunteer shoppers, some 200 strong from 35 states, went out to grocery stores around the country. They shopped off the same shopping list, and they produced an average cost to feed ten folks this year at thanksgiving of a little bit under $43, down some from last year. nnThe shopping list included turkey, bread stuffing, sweet potatoes, rolls with butter, peas, cranberries, a vegetable tray, pumpkin pie with whipped cream and beverages. nnLast year customers paid a total of about $45 for all of that.nnFor the items offering the biggest savings, it looks like