In fact, no more of that thing that I think most people who shop for a family know, of looking into the fridge and thinking 'I've just spent £130 in Tesco; why is there nothing here to make a meal?'
Heh, I do that. About once every three weeks I get a delivery from Sainsbury's where I buy all the heavy stuff that I can't manage to get up my steps on my own: cat litter, flour, big packets of loo roll and the like. While I'm on the site I'll do a bit of a weekly shop (might as well, while I'm getting things delivered), so I'll buy salad bits and pieces, some bits for the freezer (Birds eye chicken stuff, wedges, already mentioned: they're a good minimal effort standby for my rubbish days when I can't manage cooking), maybe some things to make a casserole in the slow cooker. It always comes in at about £60, and without fail, I'll get a bit peckish later and look in the fridge and think "But I've got nothing to eat".
It totally perplexes me.