Do you ever go round the supermarket wondering how you can feed your family good, honest food without exceeding your weekly budget? With more than 120 recipes, "The Thrifty Cookbook" is full of ideas for making your money go further. Buy cheaper cuts of meat and turn them into mouth-watering stews to feed a crowd. Use up a glut of courgettes or apples from your garden to make a delicious soup or hearty pie. Turn out those kitchen cupboards and learn how to add some of those long-forgotten spices, tins of beans and dried herbs. If you're cooking for two, make up a large batch of pasta sauce and stash the bulk in the freezer for a no-fuss dinner next week. "The Thrifty Cookbook" has helpful chapters on Salads, Sides & Bites, Soups, Stovetop Wonders & Stews, Pasta, Rice & Grains, Oven Bakes, Pies & Roasts and Desserts.