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Economy Gastronomy: Eat Better and Spend Less (Hardback)
  • Economy Gastronomy: Eat Better and Spend Less (Hardback)

Economy Gastronomy: Eat Better and Spend Less (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 12/08/2009
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The credit crunch is having a massive impact on what we eat. The average family's annual food bill went up by GBP1000 last year. As the approaching recession forces us to tighten our belts, are we really going to have to face months of grim news with nothing but grim food to sustain us? The answer is 'no!' Top chefs Allegra McEvedy and Paul Merrett not only show us how to cut our food bills in half, but how we can eat like royalty at the same time. "Economy Gastronomy" is about planning ahead, shopping well, spending less and using ingredients ingeniously to create flavour-packed food every day. The 100 delicious recipes cover breakfasts and lunches, snacks and treats, with chapters to show you how to achieve expensive-looking meals without spending a fortune so you can entertain in style and make something from nothing. Detailed recipes reveal versatile skills you can use in a range of recipes. Form meal planning to seasonal shopping, from loving leftovers to store-cupboard basics, the economy gastronomy system combines traditional skills with restaurant flair.

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN: 9780718155728

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This book was an absolute waste of money! Not only did it cost me £12 to buy... my food bill went up! I am what I would call a time poor person. My wife and I regularly work 10 hour days and our average day starts at... More

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