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Friday, October 19 2007

Do you work outside the home? Do you have a family coming in at different times yet still expecting ‘something to eat’ almost at the drop of a hat? Do various members of your family have differing tastes?

Has one suddenly decided to become a veggie?

What’s a woman to do? She needs to keep the family happy and well nourished. She needs to hold down her job. She needs to keep within the budget or there is the possibility of debt looming. So, all of this begs the question – how?

Perhaps not the first place you would think for information on providing cheap, nourishing, easy-to-cook meals, but definitely an Aladdin’s cave of information.

Elsewhere on this unusual site the willing reader - and believe me you will be very willing once you see the sheer volume of down-to-earth advice given – you will be shown how to shop and not over-spend and when and where to shop to sort out the best bargains. This is just for starters!In these days of perpetual motion – whatever happened to leisure - any tip to save both time and money is more than welcome. On the slightly dismal side, food is becoming increasingly more expensive and unless the budget is going to be ruined, all the information available to provide quick, nourishing and tasty meals for your family is needed.

Even if you live alone, this does not ensure you that you are both wealthy and time rich. The advice given for families applies equally well to singletons.

On the pages of this web site you will find a wealth of recipes to suit most tastes, which in turn will doubtless spark off your own ideas. How about a Pick-and-Mix Salad, that can be easily adjusted into a Traffic Light Salad to encourage children who have a tendency to be fussy eaters? A good way of getting salad vegetables tucked away.

Then there are the good old Slow Cooker (Crock-Pot) recipes that become true-life savers for a busy mum. No need to fret if you do not have a Slow Cooker just take a look around eBay for the unwanted present or free cycle for one that is no longer needed. Once you have a Slow Cooker you will wonder how you ever managed without one. No need to mess up the oven with splashing fat from a roast joint – use the Slow Cooker. No need to fret about the time a casserole takes to cook and fussing whether the meat is tender. Use the Slow Cooker.

Switch your meal on to cook over-night or while you are out at work. This type of cooker uses just more than an average light bulb as far as power is concerned and will guarantee to tenderize any cheap cut of meat.

So, make haste, investigate this new web site. Pick someone’s brains and reap the benefit of the time and money you will save. Can’t be bad!

Posted by: Send a Meal AT 10:23 am   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  |  Email

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