Healthy Eating on a Limited Budget - Making Your Meals Go a Long Way Table of Contents Introduction Spaghetti Spaghetti Bolognese Spaghetti Pie Cheese Macaroni White Sauce for Macaroni Cheese Sauce Baked Potato Eggs Welsh Rabbit Healthy Hamburgers Homemade Burger Patties Chicken Burgers Rice - The Filling Mainstay of Half the World Chicken Risotto Kedgeree Fish Kedgeree Tip for Perfectly Cooked Rice Pease Pudding with Sausages Traditional Spaghetti Sauce Conclusion Authors Bio Publisher Introduction Once upon a time, mankind was more bothered about survival of the fittest, and to fill his stomach than to wonder about devising a meal fit for a king. But as living conditions improved and man got access to more and more foodstuffs, eating habits changed. Also, half of the finest dishes in the world, at that time and which is still a part of fine eating gourmet cuisine repertoire were made by cooks, for their masters, who were discriminating and wealthy eaters. So they could afford exotic and exquisite very expensive dishes, brought to them from all four corners of the earth. Nevertheless, a majority of the populace even then had to make do with cooking dishes, which were able to make a little go a long way. Let's take the example of Italy - especially Rome - in ancient times. You can imagine that this practice took place sometime, somewhere all over the world, in all civilizations from the beginning of time. The people who were wealthy enough took the best pieces of meat, especially the choicest and juiciest portions for their meals every day. The ordinary working populace had to make do with what was left over. So any enterprising Italian mother cooking a meal for a large hungry family with just a few pieces of meat used her creativity and inventiveness to make a dish fit for an Emperor. No doubt, this creative activity was done by mothers all over the world, millenniums ago, using all the ingredients they had at hand.
First published in 1916, A.L. Fowler’s book of household tips is an indispensable guide to effortlessly becoming a domestic goddess. With long-forgotten tricks for tackling twenty-first-century tasks such as removing stains, rescuing over-salted food and keeping a fridge odour-free, A.L. Fowler is practical and to the point.
This delightful volume also reveals the best way to rid yourself of annoying household pests including spiders, ants and flies, and provides tips on how to remove odours from your hands while advising on the use of natural products to clean floors, windows and cooking utensils.
Fowler also shows the early twentieth-century housewife how to perform miracles in the kitchen, with classic tips on making pastry extra flaky, the quickest way to peel carrots and how best to remove burnt bits from an overdone cake.
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Have you ever eaten takeaway food from a Chinese Takeaway and wondered if it was possible to make it at home in the comfort of your own kitchen?. Well the good news is that it is easily possible with just a few ingredients to completely replicate any authentic Chinese Takeaway dish. This book contains recipes directly from Chinese Takeouts and is a fascinating and useful book to recreate the perfect takeout meal at home.
Do you ever feel like you're at the mercy of auto repair facilities? This book will give you important tips for finding a good mechanic. One doesn't have to know much about car repair, but it does offer a brief rundown on engine function. Generally, it's not easy to know whether you're getting a good job done. The author's tips just might help you figure out who the best people are for maintaining and repairing your vehicle(s). This book is especially helpful for a young woman out on her own who has to find a reliable mechanic. The author's father gave her some valuable tips for doing just that, and each time she heeded his advice, it served her well.
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