I probably didn't do the most accurate job, since we also eat items from the pantry and the freezer. I normally "stock up" on items like pasta or dried beans all at one time, so I didn't need those things this week.
Pictured is one grocery trip to Winco (which I do weekly), plus 1 carton of eggs from the fridge and the metal bowl of produce showing the types of things we eat from the garden lately: beans, kale, onions, tomatoes, and cabbage. We harvest more than that in a week but I didn't have room for it in the bowl. The eggs are almost always from our chickens but they are molting and not laying as much, so we bought a dozen store eggs last week.
Don't see the bread? There are wheat berries in the back left plastic bag that get ground and used in pizza crust and bread.
We also occasionally buy food at the NW Regional Food Hub or order foods from the Azure Standard food co-op through them.
I spent $42.50 at Winco today, which is pretty typical. Mint.com says that I spend $232 on groceries per month on average (based on the last 12 months). That number doesn't include chicken feed, garden supplies, aquaponics supplies and fish food, or food storage supplies like canning equipment. And it probably leaves out an occasional small purchase made with cash that doesn't get recorded by Mint.
We're blessed with access to a lot of fresh fruit and lots of sunshine to grow food in our region!
I'd love to see your picture of food for a week!