Leanne Brown’s book “Good and Cheap” serves up recipes and meals for less than $4 a person
We all know that fresh food cooked from scratch is more fun to eat and better for us than mass-produced, processed food. Just about the best thing you can say for most processed food is that it has a long shelf life.
Cooking fresh food does take some time, some money and some skill, but cookbook author Leanne Brown argues that it doesn’t have to take as much as you might think.
Brown wrote “Good and Cheap,” a cookbook meant to show that kitchen skill, not money, is the key to eating well, even on the tightest of budgets.