Never be daunted on a work night again by a fridge full of bland ingredients. It's time to put 'ping' into your shopping and make your fridge cool again with this clever guide to shopping for busy people stuck in a food rut. Do you push your trolley round the supermarket every week on autopilot, stopping at the same aisles for the same things? Do you open your fridge dying for something different, only to be confronted with what was in it last week, and the week before? Would you like a healthier diet, but fear buying fresh ingredients costs a fortune? Say goodbye to after-work stress with the coolest cookbook of the year, designed to combat the problems of anyone who's ever opened the fridge after work ravenous, but can't face the thought of bangers and mash again. By suggesting what to buy for maximum taste, nutrition and variation, Cool Eating makes sure you make the most of your buys. No waste, no fuss and the end of beans on toast, this book is the beginning of your love affair with your fridge.
Table of Contents
Fill your fridge; Fill your cupboards; Back to basics (storage and preparation times); Vegetables; Chicken; Pork, Beef, lamb; Fish & Seafood; Eggs and Dairy.
Louise Pickford is a food writer, home economist and food stylist. A contributor to numerous magazines, she has also written a number of cookery books, including Tapas (Hamlyn), 30-Minute Entertaining (Hamlyn), Al Fresco (Ryland Peters & Small), Brunch (RPS) and Fast & Fresh: Quick Recipes for Busy Lives (RPS).