The Frugal Foodie
Chef Lynette Shirk knows that just because you have a budget doesn’t mean you want to compromise the quality of your food. That’s why she created fantastic recipes for the frugal foodie. Included in this cookbook are recipes for drool-worthy casseroles and even an “Exponential Chicken” that uses the meat in five different courses. Grab a copy of The Frugal Foodie for your Thanksgiving dinner this year and watch your savings skyrocket.
Family Feasts for $75 a Week
The title says it all. This cookbook was made for Thanksgiving and its family-style feast. The recipes and tips in this cookbook were compiled by Mary Ostyn, who feeds a family of 12 every week, so you know they are tried-and-true solutions to reducing your grocery bill. On top of great recipes for Thanksgiving dinner, Ostyn offers time-saving tips for food preparation. This means more time spent with the family, which is what Thanksgiving is all about.
Taste of Home: Dinner on a Dime
If you want a mouthwatering Thanksgiving dinner with all your favorite comfort foods that doesn't cost an arm and a leg, look no further. Taste of Home is your ultimate cookbook for easy-to-assemble, economically savvy dinner dishes. They’ve even added some great budget-friendly dessert items (because, let’s face it, dessert is the most important part of any meal).
EatingWell On A Budget
The only thing more important than your budget when preparing your Thanksgiving meal is your health. EatingWell knows this and has provided a cookbook that caters to both concerns. This book shows you how to make nutritious dinners for everyone in the family without spending more than $3 a person — that’s serious savings! And no matter which cookbook you choose, we guarantee your tummy and your wallet will thank you.
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