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Frugally Delicious By Hannah Smith
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Love food, but not sky-high grocery prices? You should totally buy this book :) Frugal = something which costs little, or is inexpensive. But ‘frugal’ needn’t equal drudgery.... More > Frugally Delicious is a cook book chock-full of taste bud pleasing recipes made from great ingredients which won’t break the bank. This isn’t a fancy ‘coffee-table’ cookbook. It’s a cookbook for proper cooks, for people who want their food to do the talking. None of this would have been possible without the generosity of the 55 fabulous food bloggers who kindly donated their recipes, or our gracious supporter, ClearDebt.co.uk.< Less
The American Frugal Housewife By Lydia M. Child
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Originally published in 1832, this extraordinary manual for the homemaker of modest means is far more than a mere “cookbook.” In an age before electricity, refrigeration or any other... More > modern convenience, the fine art of storing, preparing and serving food presented difficulties unimagined in our time, challenges our forebears mastered with ingenuity, hard work, the inherited knowledge of generations past, and the sheer American pluck required to make the cheerful best of any social or economic situation. Also included are instructions for making soap, beer and wine, for repairing worn clothing and furniture, for enduring poverty, and even for rightly educating one’s daughters. A rich treasure trove of practical frontier knowledge, Lydia M. Child’s The American Frugal Housewife is an essential volume for contemporary homesteaders, antiquarian collectors, and anyone who longs for a firsthand taste of real American history.< Less
The American Frugal Housewife By Lydia M. Child
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Originally published in 1832, this extraordinary manual for the homemaker of modest means is far more than a mere "cookbook." In an age before electricity, refrigeration or any other... More > modern convenience, the fine art of storing, preparing and serving food presented difficulties unimagined in our time, challenges our forebears mastered with ingenuity, hard work, the inherited knowledge of generations past, and the sheer American pluck required to make the cheerful best of any social or economic situation. Also included are instructions for making soap, beer and wine, for repairing worn clothing and furniture, for enduring poverty, and even for rightly educating one's daughters. A rich treasure trove of practical frontier knowledge, Lydia M. Child's The American Frugal Housewife is an essential volume for contemporary homesteaders, antiquarian collectors, and anyone who longs for a firsthand taste of real American history.< Less
The American Frugal Housewife By Lydia M. Child
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Originally published in 1832, this extraordinary manual for the homemaker of modest means is far more than a mere "cookbook." In an age before electricity, refrigeration or any other... More > modern convenience, the fine art of storing, preparing and serving food presented difficulties unimagined in our time, challenges our forebears mastered with ingenuity, hard work, the inherited knowledge of generations past, and the sheer American pluck required to make the cheerful best of any social or economic situation. Also included are instructions for making soap, beer and wine, for repairing worn clothing and furniture, for enduring poverty, and even for rightly educating one's daughters. A rich treasure trove of practical frontier knowledge, Lydia M. Child's The American Frugal Housewife is an essential volume for contemporary homesteaders, antiquarian collectors, and anyone who longs for a firsthand taste of real American history.< Less
Frugal Student's Survival Handbook By Rebecca Kane
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A little guide book for students leaving home for the first time. Home remedies, a few simple recipes, cleaning tips and homemade make-up tips!
Frugal Student's Survival Handbook By Rebecca Kane
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A little guide book for students leaving home for the first time. Home remedies, a few simple recipes, cleaning tips and homemade make-up tips!
Very Frugal Vegetables: Recipes and Uses By Shannon L. Buck
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This eCookBook features the numerous vegetable recipes and uses that were featured on the Frugal Recipes blog from 2007 to 2009. There are great ideas for using up excess vegetables, and for creating... More > your own recipes as well.< Less
Fabulously Frugal Fruits: Recipes and Uses By Shannon L. Buck
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This eCookBook features the fruit recipes and uses that were featured on the Frugal Recipes blog from 2007 to 2009. There are great ideas for using up excess fruit as well.
Aunt Mary's Cooking Book By Mary Carolyn (Suther) Gerstner
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This is a collection of my recipes that I put together when my kids started leaving home for a place of their own.
Generations of Passionate Home Cooking By Steven Salkow
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This International cookbook grew over time and now is a collective of outstanding work of many people who love to cook. The recipes presented in this book are mostly family recipes but some great... More > recipes come from many great chefs and friends as well. This cookbook is intended for all cooks: beginners to accomplished cooks. A worthwhile cookbook is one you pull off the shelf to read for entertainment, for great recipes or to find inspiration for tonight’s menu. It should be diverse, informative, authoritative, help you shop for ingredients, be indexed well, have cross references, serve as a reference, be frugal at times, extravagant at times, help save both money and time, have both easy to prepare recipes as well as fancier affair, and explain the hows and whys. If it does these things well, it deserves space on your bookshelf. The great chef Fernand Point wrote: "Cookbooks are as alike as brothers. The best one is the one you write yourself."< Less