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How do you feed a hungry family with different tastes and requirements on a limited budget?
Family Meals will help you. With chapters on Shopping on a Budget, Cooking on a Budget and Recipes on a Budget, this invaluable reference guide includes a wealth of advice, information and delicious recipes. From when and where to shop, through buying in bulk, store cupboard essentials and freezing, to catering to family members with allergies and of different ages, busy mums and dads will have no trouble keeping everyone in the family happy and healthy, as well as keeping the bills down.
About the Authors
Tony Turnbull is a well-established food writer, and is food and drink editor of The Times. He recently collaborated with Gordon Ramsay on his new book Three Star Chef.
Simoney Girard has always been interested in all things culinary (her Canadian grandparents used to own a restaurant and started up the family cookbook) and was always encouraged to be let loose in her mum's kitchen. Her experience as an award-winning personal finance journalist has helped her understand where one can make savings without giving up the good life. Simoney has worked on many publications including Planned Savings, Financial Times newspaper Investment Adviser, the Daily Telegraph, Money Marketing, The Daily Mail (City Desk), Times Money, and the Securities & Investment Review.
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I was very disappointed with this book. Most food books contain colourful pictures since the attraction of food is visual as well as tasteful. This book is very disorganised, grey page after grey dull page. I stopped reading it after the first chapter and donated it to a charity shop.
Format: Paperback with Flaps on Inside & Back Covers
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 15th April 2009
Dimensions (cm): 21.0 x 17.0 x 2.0
Weight (kg): 0.499