Government has stopped spending!
Property prices falling!
Banks are not lending!
Food Prices rising!
Fears of a double dip recession looming!
More cuts, Pay freeze,
Rooney has had a hair transplant!! Eh!?
That’s just a sample of the kind of news we’ve been reading almost every day.
Yep we need to tighten our belts, we should start saving for the rainy days ahead, its not over yet, we should be careful with our spending, we should all just eat beans on toast 3 times a day!
This blog is to help all you folks who want to enjoy good tasty food that won’t blow away your budget during these financially difficult times. There’s a wealth of inexpensive options for you to try out. All you have to do is look for it.
Why do we pick up the phone and order a pizza that could be more than 3times as expensive as a frozen one? Especially when it takes only half the time of waiting for the delivery
Why do we spend extra money on a ready grated cheese when it takes less than 3mins to grate some?
Why are we spending so much on takeaway coffee in Starbucks, Costa and Nero in the mornings when you can buy a whole packet of good quality coffee which will probably last you a week for the price of a cup! Chances are you would spend the same time queuing up at the counter to get your coffee as to make them yourself at home.
Why does an average home in Britain waste £420 a year? (Source: The Independent)
Why, Why, Why?
I will try to supply you with recipes that are tasty, easy to make which will help you save cash at the same time.
You don’t need fancy equipment, special utensils or expensive kitchenware. Most of my recipes came from a galley kitchen with a dodgy electric coil oven. Most of the photos were taken from my phone.