I made a grocery list a few weeks ago, but I didn't want to print it. I wanted it to be on my phone. So I did that. You can download it here: http://www.grocerychick.com/2016/11/grocery-list-phone.html .
As I mention in my two previous posts, I don't think that lists like this one are necessary. They can add to impulse buying, and I don't know how much time and brain power this list saves for me.
It's good to have lists like this for the following reasons:
You can prepare it in advance and have it available in case of emergency
You can easily rearrange and refine it as your needs and preferences change
It helps to avoid impulse buys from grocery stores
You can easily add new items to it
It can serve as a grocery list which can be handed to the grocery store clerk to save time
It can be customized to fit the number of people in your family, age, and dietary preferences
It can serve as a shopping list which can be handed to the store clerk to save time
While the writer is Michele Serra, the screenplay was written by Sergio Gobbi, who had previously been associated with The Bicycle Thief and I vitelloni. As a director, De Sica was assisted by Paolo Cavara, who had collaborated with him on The Gold of Naples. The score was composed by Nino Rota.
The film was chosen as the Italian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 43rd Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist. It was nominated for four Nastro d'Argento Awards, winning two: Best Film and Best Screenplay. It was also nominated for two David di Donatello Awards: Best Actor and Best Screenplay. The film was also nominated for two Golden Globes, but lost both to Goodbye Columbus.
The film stars De Sica in a dual role. He plays Ivan, a young man from Rome, who is sent to the USSR by his father to bring back the family fortune. He meets a group of Italian workers from the town of Poltava, and befriends one of them, Vasil. The women in the town are excited by Ivan's romantic nature, and try to seduce him.
ABCD premiered across India in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu languages. The film was released in the United States on 2 June 2013. As per the Bollywood trade website Box Office India, with around 1.50 billion viewers, the film grossed 45.11 million in its first week. 827ec27edc