for the beef roast and stewing meat, you can put root veggies, or potatoes at the bottom of a pan, put the seasoned meat on top, and bake for a while. if you already in the house have spices to add, like onion soup mix or tomato sauce, go for it.
beef bones - soup! add a bag of soup vegetables and at the end put in a batch of noodles/pasta at the end
1 1/2 pounds of chicken breast - add mixed vegetables and rice, bake
frozen hot wings - do you have enough to feed all? Use whatever condiments you have already. Or serve as a snack, or before a more dessert-y meal. Or heck, make it for breakfast as a treat for the kids.
"sausage" patties - chop up and add to eggs one day with your onion and a diced pepper to make a western omelet type of thing - just don't use too many eggs in it!
You could also make tuna salad for lunches.
Instead of eating the eggs plain, add to rice and vegetables to make fried rice or fluffy rice. Or add to shaved potatoes and fry. You can serve that with the spinach. Round out the Ramen with vegetables and maybe little strips of meat.
If I were you, I would buy:
- A big bag of potatoes
- Whatever root veggies / soup veggies are cheap
- Butter; put some in the soup or add to the vegetables
- One or two bell peppers for omelet or ramen
- MAYBE a tiny portion of deli meat (like ham) to slice thinly and add to the omelet/ramen as well
- A bag of the cheapest apples you can get - add to the meat dishes, add slices to the side of dishes, or cube and bake and serve with jam, whipped cream, or ice cream (if you already have those in the house), or add to bread pudding
- If you're not experienced making bread I might get whatever bread is on sale, maybe a 2 for one deal or what's in the bargain bin. Otherwise you can try to make it yourself, but if it doesn't come out well you're stuck with it.
You can use some of the rest of your milk to make either bread pudding or rice pudding.
I would NOT buy any drinks this week. Drink water. Or tea, if you already have tea bags. Make it a bit weaker than normal to stretch. I use one tea bag per large pitcher.