Dinner For A Dollar, Good Housekeeping (Hardcover) by Good Housekeeping
Hardcover; Published 10/2/2006; 112 Pages; ISBN 9781588166029
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Make a delicious dinner...spend a dollar! Good Housekeeping turns cooking on a budget into great meals with 50 amazing low-cost recipes!
With Good Housekeeping’s help, it’s simple to serve low-cost and family-friendly delicious meals that go far beyond the ordinary. Forget the old standards like spaghetti with marinara or franks and beans! From Arroz con Pollo to Tomato and Cheese Pie, Italian Sausage Rosti to Jambalaya, these “dinner for a dollar” dishes are as varied and tasty as they are inexpensive. Of course, every recipe has been triple-tested at the Good Housekeeping kitchens. But there’s more: The introduction provides invaluable information on how to shop and cook cost-effectively, including advice on buying in bulk, economical cuts of meat, how to take advantage of grocery sales and discounts, and other money-saving ideas. You’ll learn what to look for in the supermarket and how to incorporate less-expensive options into any family dinner.
The book features a stay-open hidden spiral that makes cooking easier.
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