'Full of money-saving wisdom about shopping, storing and serving but, best of all, recipes that don't make eating leftovers seem like a poor option' Daily Mail 'Delicious food doesn't have to be pricey. Gastro-thrift guru Kate Colquhoun conjures up a fabulous feast on a budget' Sunday Times 'Colquhoun takes fit-for-the-bin food and turns it into a feast - good for you, your bank balance and the environment' Easy Living 'A beautifully produced book ... full of ideas and recipes you can actually imagine cooking' Independent on Sunday
About the Author
Kate Colquhoun is the author of A Thing in Disguise: The Visionary Life of Joseph Paxton, which was shortlisted for the Duff Cooper Prize and longlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize, and of Taste: A Biography of British Food. She reviews regularly for the Daily Telegraph and has written for The Times, the Financial Times, BBC History Magazine, Saga Magazine, The (RHS) Garden and Country Life Magazine. She lives in London.