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Save with Jamie Shop Smart, Cook Clever, Waste Less Hardcover – January 1, 2013
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HardCover. Pub Date :2013-08-29 Pages: 288 Language: English Publisher: Michael Joseph Ltd Jamie gets the nation cooking clever. shopping smart and wasting less with his new cookbook. Save with Jamie.This year. Ive got the message loud and clear that as everyone comes under bigger and bigger financial pressure. they want help to cook tasty. nutritious food on a budget. so this book was born completely out of public demand.Save with Jamie draws on knowledge and cooking skills to help you make better choices. showing you how to buy economically and efficiently. get the most out of your ingredients. save time and prevent food waste.And theres no compromise - Im talking big flavours. comfort food that makes you happy. and colourful. optimistic dishes. Our biggest luxury is knowledge. whether times are hard or not. so get kitchen smart and smash the recession.Jamie Oliver started...
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This book is no different. Jamie gives us common-sense answers to everyday issues. "What do I need in stock?" "How can I use _______?" I fill in the blank with things like eggplants, zucchini (courgettes), chilies...you name it. "How can I avoid wasting food?" That's a big one with me. With the best intentions I plan menus and cook for the week. Somehow I always end up throwing away perfectly good food or not-so-well-prepared food. This book answers the questions and offers solid advice.
My freezer is now full of properly portioned (for me) cheese, fruit and meat. It also has frozen ends and bits of veggies, chicken bones and other bits (like tomato paste...who uses a whole can at once...not me) to use for broths and sauces.
Jamie uses everyday terms, not culinary la-dee-dah, condescending chef-speak.
This is a good read with good recipes.