At a time when money worries are front-page news, Britain's most trusted cook, Delia Smith, is once again on hand with a wide range of tasty recipes that are cheap and easy to prepare.
Being frugal can be fun once you've learned a few simple tricks, among them:
buying fresh produce when it's in season
replacing more expensive ingredients with humbler alternatives
experimenting with different cuts of meat
being creative with leftovers.
Thirty years on, the message of Delia's Frugal Food has never seemed more relevant. With some 170 recipes, from luxury soups to paupers' puddings, this new illustrated edition shows you how to eat well without having to spend a fortune.
The Cheap Charter
Eggs and Us
Offal - But I Like You
Bangers Are Beautiful
Cook for Victory
Go with the Grain
Who Needs Meat?
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