How to Feed your Whole Family A Healthy, Balanced Diet

How to Feed your Whole Family A Healthy, Balanced Diet

Book - 2010
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The name says it all: This is t he cookbook for anyone with a busy life and a tight budget.

In today's world it is easy to find yourself short on time and money. Cooking for your family while working fulltime seems nearly impossible. But Gill Holcombe proves that with healthy ingredients and stress-free recipes you can feed your family of four for less that $45 a week.

Filled with simple, wholesome and nutritious recipes, this brilliant little cookbook will save you from spending hours slaving over a hot stove or spending a fortune at the supermarket. It is a must-have kitchen companion for the modern family.

How to Feed Your Whole Family includes:

#65533; Over 200 recipes for all types of meals

#65533; Straightforward ingredients list

#65533; Clear instructions and advice

#65533; Updated weekly shopping lists

#65533; Budget-friendly menu plans.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Griffin, 2010.
Edition: 1st U.S. ed.
ISBN: 9780312599508
0312599501
Characteristics: viii, 264 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.

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pnbjam
Nov 16, 2012

This book was written by a British author, citing costs in pounds and providing recipes for some traditional dishes there.Healthy in the author's definition seems to be home cooked as opposed to fast and processed food. Which, granted, is a definite improvement. But, be aware that there are recipes that include cream, butter, bacon, hotdogs, sausages and instant mashed potatoes. Some include frying as the cooking method. A fairly large proportion of the recipes are for desserts. No nutritional information is provided. The "with Very Little Money" in the title is not backed up with any cost breakdown.It's more geared to families trying to get a meal that kids will eat on the table quickly than for people who are looking to further reform their diet. If you really want to reduce costs while increasing health, try "Wildly Affordable Organic" where the author provides full shopping lists and cooking plans for eating mostly organic foods for $5/person/day (U.S. prices, but you'll definitely get some ideas).

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terrymccuaig
Aug 29, 2012

Unsuitable for novices. Author gives vague directions, such as, "Make cheese sauce the usual way." No illustrations. Author suggests unusual breakfasts for children, such as cake and avocado sandwiches.

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