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by James A.Beard

How To Eat Better for Less money download ebook
ISBN:
0671818104
ISBN13:
978-0671818104
Author:
James A.Beard
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Pocket (June 3, 1977)
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It puzzled us that Beard chose to write a book on kitchen economies at a time when the nation's economy was prospering as never before.

It puzzled us that Beard chose to write a book on kitchen economies at a time when the nation's economy was prospering as never before. Perhaps it was his own perpetual inability to save money that prompted him. He and co-author Sam Aaron believed that the book filled "a gap in the cookbook field-the need for a realistic, down-to-earth approach to the subject of eating well without straining the food budget. To them, this did not equal deprivation.

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How to Eat Better for Less Money (Simon and Schuster, 1954. Revised in 1970 with a helpful supplement on budget wines and spirits. It puzzled us that Beard chose to write a book on kitchen economies at a time when the nation’s economy was prospering as never before

How to Eat Better for Less Money (Simon and Schuster, 1954. It puzzled us that Beard chose to write a book on kitchen economies at a time when the nation’s economy was prospering as never before. He and co-author Sam Aaron believed that the book filled a gap in the cookbook field-the need for a realistic, down-to-earth approach to the subject of eating well without straining the food budget.

Beard, James, 1903-1985; Aaron, Sam Jay, joint author. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. org on March 2, 2010.

Destination, rates & speeds. 9. How To Eat Better For Less Money. Beard, James A,and Aaron, Sam. Published by Appleton Century Crofts.

Here are our closest matches for How to Eat Better for Less Money by James A. Beard and Sam Aaron. Very Good book in a Fair dust jacket. Rubbing and general wear to the dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory 036878. Bibliographic Details. Destination, rates & speeds.

This book helps one to eat better by avoiding certain foods while maintain more money in the wallet. Показать все. Текущий слайд {CURRENT SLIDE} из {TOTAL SLIDES}- Наиболее популярные в Научная литература. Be Here Now by Ram Dass (1971, Paperback).

Meat - How to make the costliest part of the meal less expensive, more delicious. Book is in clean, intact condition, tightly bound in bright cloth hardcovers. Dust jacket has wear to the edges and a few repaired tears - still doing a fine job of safeguarding the book, economically!

Meat - How to make the costliest part of the meal less expensive, more delicious. Shopping tips, unusual cuts, dozens of original, money-stretching recipes. Poultry - Chicken in the pot, the pie, the casserole & other interesting ways. Turkey: six meals from a 16-pound bird, six more from a 20-pounder. Vegetables - From Chinese asparagus to Ratatouille, the versatile veg takes on new interest. Dust jacket has wear to the edges and a few repaired tears - still doing a fine job of safeguarding the book, economically!

How to Eat Better for Less Money (1954) Simon & Schuster. Beard, James (1974) The Best of Beard: Great Recipes From a Great Cook.

How to Eat Better for Less Money (1954) Simon & Schuster. James Beard's Fish Cookery (1954) Little, Brown, reissued in 1976 and 1987 in paperback as James Beard's New Fish Cookery. Casserole Cookbook (1955) Maco Magazine Corp. The Complete Book of Outdoor Cookery (1955) Doubleday. Beard, James (1949) The Fireside Cook Book: A Complete Guide to Fine Cooking for Beginner and Expert. New York: Simon & Schuster. New York: Warner Books.

Reviews:
  • Tygolar
I own and love several other of the late James Beard's books. The only reason I'm only giving this one 4 stars, is that the age of the book makes it perhaps less pertinent to today. However, it is still very useful and chock full of recipes and information practical for and critical to the home cook and entertainer, in this age of the 99% vs. 1% economic disparity, etc. Some of the current important values, such as fresh, local, organic, home-gardening and eco-friendly, etc., were not a part of anyone's program or were at least less discussed at the time this book was written. But, if someone uses common sense and is resourceful, she / he can easily adapt the information and recipes to one's current situation. The wine and spirits section is an invaluable resource, even considering some of the dated materials found therein. The tips on economical entertaining are extraordinary and timeless! Also, it is refreshing, in this excessive age and in our shamefully wasteful, greedy culture, to read about "cutting back and economy in living" recommendations from such international food and wine celebrities as James Beard and Sam Aaron! All things considered, I highly recommend this book to everyone who is not part of the 1%, and maybe also to those who are, so that they may suddenly learn what real life is about!
  • Ballagar
I enjoyed thumbing through this book (which I got, like new, for one dollar). The recipes are excellent and surprisingly simple. Even if saving money isn't your goal, there's plenty to like here and that can be added to weeknight rotations. It's well worth it.

Caesar salad
Wilted spinach salad
Quiche Lorraine (and he tells you what the REAL quiche Lorraine should be)
Souffles (yes, they're easy and inexpensive)
Braised leeks
Braised fennel
Herbs (and dishes to make from them)

And on and on -- 319 pages in fact. Well worth it if you can pick it up inexpensively or are the type of cook who likes recipes with very easy to find things from the grocery store.
  • Steamy Ibis
A classic. I liked the emergency shelf ideas. James Beard also stresses eating what is in season. Yes, he does advocate the use of mixes, but when trying to get a meal on the table for a family after a stressful day, mixes are a lifesaver. Some of the cuts i f meat are now very expensive. I wish this cookbook could be revised for today.
  • Beazezius
This book is a bit dated, but not in any way that matters. The recipes are great -- everyone that I've made has been enjoyed by my family and me. This is actually my second copy. The version that I picked up at a yard sale years ago was "borrowed" by a friend years ago. Buy this book. You'll definitely save money and eat better.
  • Asyasya
Its was inexpensive, but the "very good" condition is more my "good" condition. Torn cover and very yellow pages. I do like the book and price was worth it
  • Shan
This is a particular favorite of mine. I love good food, but need to watch my budget. It is great to have a host of good recipes that don't involve a lot of expensive ingredients!
  • Winail
good book for 1 penny+shipping
chapter on emergency recipes at end of book is the greatest!