My wife is a busy woman, given that she homeschools our children, so when time gets tight for her, say around eight times a year, I do the grocery shopping for her. It was maybe four months since the last time, though, and the prices were an eye-opener for me. Anything dependent on grain as an input was a lot higher in price than before. Most meat was higher, cereals, bread, etc. Not that this is a complete or scholarly answer, but I see the inflation rising in food and in energy. (Heating oil, gasoline)
Good thing we have “core inflation” to explain this away. Others may see things differently, but I was genuinely surprised at the price rises.
I would post more, but my site hosting was down for most of the evening.