Inside Edition TV (Television) Show is a syndicated news program, on the air since January 9, 1989. It was originally similar to the programs Hard Copy and A Current Affair, but now more closely resembles Entertainment Tonight or The Insider. It was created by John Tomlin and Bob Young for King World Productions (now CBS Television Distribution). The show was originally a mix of tabloid crime stories, investigative pieces and celebrity gossip; now it’s a mix of investigative pieces, entertainment and celebrity news, and human interest stories. Steve Kamer is the announcer of the show.
Inside edition has this amazing story of a mom who has been clipping grocery coupons and buying groceries for as low as 10 dollars for a family of 5. Amazing, isn’t it?
“Pasta is always free, I haven’t paid for pasta in years,” says Crissy Thompson.
Crissy Thompson tells INSIDE EDITION she can feed her family of five on “$10 dollars or less on a good week.”
Crissy’s grocery bills were so low that her husband Joe thought something was fishy. “Once she did a $300 actual grocery trip for 2Â¢, nothing has topped that since.”
According to Crissy, “He thought I was doing something illegal.”
What do you think about this. Do you think this can be reasonably done by any family or it takes a lot of hard work to do what this lady has done?