Eat well for less—100 delicious, affordable recipes the whole family will love
It’s easier than you think to make hearty meals that are tasty, budget-friendly, and nutritious. Discover an easy cookbook that shows you how, with 100 inexpensive family recipes that use basic ingredients, and can be made in just a few steps.
This easy cookbook will help you whip up satisfying dishes like Crispy Coconut Drumsticks or Open-Face Turkey Sandwiches for everyone in the house for just $5. All it takes is the right recipe, a few tricks, and a little planning to make the most of your food budget.
Discover how versatile and flavorful cheap eating can be with an easy cookbook that offers:
- Budget tricks—Recipes are sorted by estimated cost of ingredients, from $5 to $15 dollars per batch, and include tips to lower the cost of ingredients even further.
- Shop smart—This easy cookbook includes tips about shopping efficiently and optimizing ingredients and leftovers.
- Menu plan—A sample meal plan and shopping list will help simplify meal prep and save you money and time.
Bring the whole family to the table with an easy cookbook that makes weeknight dinners easy and affordable.
Sarah Walker Caron is an award-winning food writer, columnist and author based in Maine. She's been writing about food since before Pinterest, Twitter or Instagram existed. The author of five books, including The Super Easy 5-Ingredient Cookbook and One-Pot Pasta, Sarah believes that good food is for everyone and that anyone can learn to make it.
But as much as she loves cooking, she also adores restaurants too--particularly ones where she can find a good plate of corned beef hash and lovely fluffy pancakes. By day, she's the senior editor (features) for the Bangor Daily News, as well as the editor of Bangor Metro and hellohomestead.com.
She writes the "In Season Now" column for Bangor Metro magazine and formerly wrote "Maine Course," a weekly food column for the Bangor Daily News. By night, she's the blogger voice behind Sarah's Cucina Bella (www.sarahscucinabella.com), a thirteen-year-old food blog focusing on quick and easy from-scratch recipes for busy people, as well as food travel and good books.
She also teaches journalism at the University of Maine and blogging at Husson University. She lives in the Bangor area with her two kids and her friendly black cat named Bippity.