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on 11 March 2014
I've followed this lady's blog before now and it's good for tips to whip up a quick, simple meal and she certainly does a great job highlighting how expensive it can be to feed a family. I also want to support bloggers - I mean, they put all this content up on the internet for free, and deserve to get something back. But the difference between blogs and books that cost almost ten pounds is that you've got to offer something a bit special, above and beyond your blog, particularly when this cookery market is so crowded. Recipes in this book are neither particularly delicious (they are perfectly fine, just a bit bog-standard like penny pizza - dough with puree on the top) or in some cases, resoundingly cheap. I mean - how is the fish pie/veggie curry/swiss roll recipe better/cheaper than the one on say BBC Good Food? I'm disappointed because I wanted to love it, but didn't - sorry.
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