Economy Gastronomy by Paul Merrett
Eat Better And Spend Less

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Economy Gastronomy is a way of life! One hundred mouth-watering recipes - including hearty breakfasts, tasty lunch-time bites as well as snacks, treats and dinner-party ideas - will have you making luxurious meals without spending a fortune or discarding surplus food. You'll learn how easy it is to: - Plan your meals and shrink your food bills - Get two or even three meals out of one basic ingredient - Turn leftovers into new and exciting dishes - Stock your cupboards so there's always a meal in the house - Shop seasonally and freeze and store food Crammed full of creative ideas and practical tips, Economy Gastronomy will help you cook smarter, not harder, and along the way save you a lot of money. This book will change the way you spend, cook and eat, for the better.

About Paul Merrett

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Paul Merrett owns and runs the Victoria Pub and Dining Rooms in Sheen. He has been awarded a Michelin star twice, and is the author of Using the Plot: Tales of an Allotment Chef. He was the presenter of BBC Two's Ever Wondered About Food. . . series, and co-presented a BBC Two ten-part prime-time series called The Best. Allegra McEvedy co-founded Leon, the award-winning healthy, fast-food restaurant group. In 2008, she was awarded an MBE for services to the hospitality industry. She is the resident chef of the Guardian's G2, and writes a blog column for the Observer Food Monthly. Her book Allegra McEvedy's Colour Cookbook won the IACP 2007 Cook Book award.
Published August 1, 2009 by Penguin UK. 320 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Cooking.