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$14 Fancy Date Night Dinner At Home | But Cheaper



You can have a 3 course fancy date night dinner, which is under 15 dollars for two servings of every course. Yes, it’s true. Welcome to But Cheaper Episode 2.

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38 Comments

  1. 0R1G1N3_109 says:

    Instead of unflavored yogurt try some cream cheese and vanilla ice cream mix them and you'll get a good delicious popping flavor with the caramel pear.

  2. EmmyLemming says:

    Flexing your expensive toaster on your video of recipes for poor people :'D

  3. Nissi Vlogs says:

    A reminder the God loves you and Jesus died for your sins. πŸ’“. ( not tryna force)

  4. BTSARMYFOREVER says:

    Always preferred home cooked meal. I don't have a special someone rn but I love to make nice food for my mom and dad. Mom usually cooks and I help but once a week I try making a tough dish. My mom and dad work hard everyday. They deserve nice meal 😊. In Asian culture it's very important that we give thanks to our parents for raising us.

  5. Marcie Catanese says:

    Dude your recipies are amazing thanks so much for sharing with usπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

  6. Mariah Ettinger says:

    But better …. Tomato toast… Yum πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  7. Mariah Ettinger says:

    You couldn't iron your table cloth? Lol πŸ˜‚

  8. Pastel Pisces says:

    the price was not 14.91 it was 14.92

  9. Hayley says:

    So much awesome!

  10. Milf SlayeR 47 says:

    his girlfriend looks like my physics teacher

  11. Naiqama Lalabalavu says:

    Don’t call me Shirley….airplane jokeπŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

  12. Vincent Ong says:

    BACK TO THE CABINET PLSSS

  13. Nicolas Ferrari says:

    What plates are those I need them?

  14. wrigley60 says:

    Please indicate how to get these ready at the same time.

  15. Lythrox says:

    No. This is how cooking for me started. I looked at the price of say a standard large pizza in my area. and was $34 for what cost…. $6 in supplys?

    This is stupid. Now fast forward to today. 2lbs of dough will run you around $3.65 Making your own sauces is the cost of the tomatoes and spices let's just say two ladle servings is probably $1.6. Then the toppings and I am going to say this comes down to what you use or how you prepare. If you're smart you can work that down to around $5~$6 in serving size. Then the cheese which is about the same last time I did the math on this it was $5.78. You're looking at $17.03. What you're not paying for is the labour and that's what it works out to every single time.

    For major chains at least. How they do this, is by cornering the distribution market and making their own chain supplies and shipping it out near the same price as grocers.You can lower this value if you know a local butcher, and farming as well someone who makes their own cheese. Then you're paying directly for the product and eating the cost in gas.

    This is why electric commercial vehicles are a big deal for groceries. If they can take the fuel cost out of shipping they can drop their costs on food and it will make a bigger boom to their competitors so for those that are not getting on board. They will find behind or get bought out.

  16. Melomay says:

    Can't wait to make this for my husband

    Whoever he is.

  17. A Pv says:

    So how do you keep this all warm between servings?

  18. Alessandro Antolini says:

    Lighting a scented candle for date night with a blow torch is the single most alpha thing anyone has ever done

  19. Baily Brim says:

    Once again- she is a keeper 🀩

  20. John Salera says:

    Josh is a fucking liar. That third piece of chicken was for Vicram, the person he really wanted to have this date night with and you can't change my mind

  21. Bruce Wayne says:

    that chicken has to bland af. Needs some seasoning or basted in garlic butter with rosemary or something

  22. Didier 90 says:

    Virgin Olive oil 1.69 $ noice

  23. joe1violin says:

    Yeah im a fan of that cupboard opening hehe

  24. fentanyl54 says:

    wtf so much brown sugar

  25. E Wood says:

    This video is really making me want wine!!!! πŸ₯ΊπŸ·πŸ·πŸ·πŸ·πŸ·πŸ·

  26. Alixia Tiu says:

    why is my single a$$ watching this

  27. Little New Things says:

    No dinner date night here, but definitely will attempt the main course fancy meal for my parents' birthday. I have learned something very important how to debone the chicken thigh and drumstick without making a big mess!

  28. Cristian Cruz says:

    $14 for the food. But how much did you pay someone to wash the dishes?

  29. Music Critic says:

    I wanna go back in the cabinet

  30. viking combatives says:

    A series with her in it would be great. She adds a lot of comedy and wit

  31. Lane Weatherbee says:

    Add a little basil to that ricotta toast my dudes/dudettes.

  32. Elimnio says:

    The prices in the us seem to be really different to central europe. That splash of olive oil in the pan was 1.69$ while 5 Chicken legs are only 3$? Or is the oil really high quality while the chicken is not organic or mass produced?

  33. Katarina says:

    Him and his gf give me mega long term relationship vibes

  34. tyler mccarthy says:

    Made this for my wife. Absolutely loved it. they are ingredients we normally don't like the taste of. It just came together all so perfect

  35. Brian Prada says:

    ik maag kaas

  36. Max Haslam says:

    him spitting his rose got me Xdddd

  37. NoblekillerGames says:

    okay i have a date this saterday. and im gonna try this. but as i see it it take some time. soo question: inv her into the kitchen or nah? help a fella out

  38. ChefJakob says:

    that toaster looks cool but not practical. I use an actual toaster maybe once a week. Normally I do a lot of my toasting in a pan.

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