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  • The Frugal Foodie Cookbook

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The Frugal Foodie Cookbook

200 Gourmet Recipes for Any Budget

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Cooking great meals at home doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Written by two foodies who refused to let their eat-in kitchen or tiny budget disappoint their taste buds, this creative collection proves you don’t have to be wealthy to enjoy fine food.

Alanna Kaufman and Alex Small, founders of the popular blog TwoFatAls.com, offer you 200 mouthwatering recipes that will please their palates and their pocketbooks, such as Pomegranate Fig Bites, Balsamic Grilled Artichokes, Honey-Thyme Pear and Goat Cheese Sandwiches, Seared Tuna with Fennel, and Apricot Brandy-Baked French Toast.

Complete with tips on how to affordably stock and maintain a frugal pantry, as well as price breakdowns for each serving, this cookbook shows how to eat well without breaking the bank.

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