With Eat Well for Less: Family Feasts on a Budget, feeding your family tasty and nutritious meals has never been easier. From the quick and healthy Breakfast Burrito to simple but hearty dinners like Ratatouille Lasagne and Southern Style Chicken, all 80 recipes are easy to follow and use only widely available ingredients. Get confident in the kitchen with advice on batch cooking, stocking up on store-cupboard ingredients and using up leftovers. Use the handy shopping lists to help plan your weekly menus and learn how to create healthy meat-free options or cater for fussy eaters without spending hours in the kitchen. Featuring a foreword from Gregg Wallace and Chris Bavin, Eat Well for Less: Family Feasts on a Budget makes it simpler than ever to cook great food for all the family without breaking the bank.
What would you do with an extra $100 each month? Let 's face it. Staying within a budget these days is a hard act to stick with, especially if you have a family of four or more. When juggling a busy schedule dedicated to school, work, and family activities, convenience has a tendency to overrule thriftiness-and we all know convenience comes at a cost. But if you can master your spending in just one area-your food bill-you will greatly expand your spending options for other, more rewarding areas of your life. What would you do with more free time in your day? You 've heard the saying " time is money, " and time well spent can save you big bucks. Learning how to compile grocery lists, compose weekly menu plans, and shop less will not only save money at the register, it will also save you time in the store and in the kitchen. Come to the table prepared to enjoy the feast as you build time-saving skills that will serve you and your family for a lifetime to come. What would you do with more fun-filled family opportunities? Saving time and money will not only make you feel good about yourself, it will also give you the greatest spending opportunity of all-more family fun. Whether planning for a special getaway, staycation, or simply a weekly family night, your family is your best investment. With all the time and money you 'll save, you 'll be able to refocus your energies where they matter most-with the ones you love. Whether you 're overhauling your entire budget or just trying to save a little here and there, making a dent in your grocery bill may seem challenging in today 's market. A typical supermarket trip can easily cost a minimum of $100, and if you 're feeding an average family or larger, that number can soar even higher. What 's a mom on a budget to do? Family Feasts for $75 a Week to the rescue! Written by blogger mom and penny-pincher extraordinaire Mary Ostyn, who prepares three meals a day for her family of 12 for $800 to $900 a month, this book is stuffed to the gills with Mary's expert, in-the-trenches tips on savvy food shopping, plus 200 delicious recipes for homecooked meals that make the most of economical ingredients. Selected by Good Morning America as one of the best cookbooks of 2009, Family Feasts for $75 a Week offers real-world advice teaches real-world families how to save in more ways than one.
From a rising television food personality, delicious meals that won't bust the budget Appearing weekly on syndicated television talk shows, Charles Mattocks has made his reputation as “The Poor Chef”–a cook who can create tasty, healthy meals that cost only $3.50 per person or less. Now Mattocks presents more than 120 of his best money-saving dishes. Inspired by cuisines from around the globe, his recipes have only two things in common–they're incredibly cheap and they're incredibly delicious. For just a few bucks, thrifty home cooks can serve up dishes like Caribbean Lime Chicken with Grilled Pineapple, Fruity Lamb Curry, Asian-style Nutty Noodles, and Pizza Frittata. With 74 engaging photographs, a whole chapter of vegetarian dishes, and icons to help readers spot the most affordable recipes at a glance, Eat Cheap but Eat Well is sure to find a welcome audience amid today's tough economic times. Charles Mattocks (Tampa, FL) appears weekly as TV's “The Poor Chef” on Daytime, which is syndicated in the Southeast, and The Daily Buzz, which is syndicated nationally. He also has his own radio program on Blog Talk Radio, and his signature spice blend is sold in selected stores in the Southeast.
The essential cookbook for delicious and nutritious recipes without spending more than a fiver! The accompaniment to ITV's hit series Save Money: Good Food, starring household favourites Susanna Reid and Matt Tebbutt. The premise of ITV's Save Money: Good Food is simple: families can eat like royalty for just a fiver per meal, if they buy wisely, eliminate waste, and know not just what the best buys are but what tastes truly great. With Family Feasts for a Fiver, you'll be able to use that knowledge to create dishes that range from quick fixes to showpiece family meals - not to mention getting the best out of every ingredient with leftover specials. You'll save time and money, but not compromise on taste. Cook smart; Waste less; Eat deliciously. EAT WELL EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK FOR JUST £5!
Vulnerable, frank, witty and wise, Cheap Love is the story of best friends from college who spent their honeymoon in a borrowed tent andwith a deliberate focus on establishing a lasting romance while pursuing financial responsibility-- were able to celebrate their tenth anniversary on an Alaskan cruise. Lovers of simple pleasures, unexpected adventures, spoiling others and following Jesus, Carrie and Erv share their struggles and success with transparency and grace. This couple draws you in and inspires you to follow their example.
Everyone eats, but rarely do we ask why or investigate why we eat what we eat. Why do we love spices, sweets, coffee? How did rice become such a staple food throughout so much of eastern Asia? Everyone Eats examines the social and cultural reasons for our food choices and provides an explanation of the nutritional reasons for why humans eat, resulting in a unique cultural and biological approach to the topic. E. N. Anderson explains the economics of food in the globalization era, food's relationship to religion, medicine, and ethnicity as well as offers suggestions on how to end hunger, starvation, and malnutrition. Everyone Eats feeds our need to understand human ecology by explaining the ways that cultures and political systems structure the edible environment.
New ITV primetime duo, household favourites Susanna Reid and chef Matt Tebbutt are going to open up the worlds of shopping, consuming, wasting and cooking. So often people resort to ready meals or pre-prepared ingredients because they think they don't have time to cook. This is invariably the expensive option and over the course of a week can significantly increase your food bills. Multiply this over a year, for an average family and you'll be spending thousands more than you need to. The premise of ITV's Save Money: Good Food is simple: families can eat like royalty for just a fiver per meal, if they buy wisely, eliminate waste, and know not just what the best buys are but what tastes truly great. With Family Feasts for a Fiver, you'll be able to use that knowledge to create dishes that range from quick fixes to showpiece family meals - not to mention getting the best out of every ingredient with leftover specials. You'll save time and money, but not compromise on taste. Cook smart; Waste less; Eat deliciously. EAT WELL EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK FOR JUST �5!
Over then past fifty years the British countryside has changed out of all recognition. A wide range of wildlife species are disappearing - victims of modern intensive farming, of pesticides and fertilisers and the sheer relentless pressure to maximise output from every hedge bank and field corner. It need not have happened. The loss of our wildlife and countryside has come about through a deliberate and sustained national policy, one that costs the British people 8 billion a year. The Killing of the Countryside is a devastating attack on modern British agricultural policy and practice and a plea for a return to natural cycles, an end to subsidies and the domination of agribusiness, and for a safe, sustainable farming system. Winner of the 1997 BP Natural World Book Award.
This book describes the contributions of women in an Egyptian community to subsistence activities and handicrafts production, and the changes in labour processes which increasingly push women into less rewarding forms of work. Emphasis is placed on the ways in which women's work is related to child-bearing and rearing, and on the significance of children's work for increased productivity.