I seek a SF short story where the husband created a time machine which could only go back to one place & time but the wife was delighted, for she could go back to a real butcher shop with incredibly economical prices.
The Good Provider by Marion Gross is an overly contrived tale about an inventor who creates a time machine—but it will only take him to a specific place in the nearby town, only twenty years ago, and only for twenty minutes. His wife uses it to get cheap meat from the butcher. I realise that not all SF can have an epic scope, but . . .
It's collected in 50 Short Science Fiction Tales, which is where I read it.