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A Girl Called Jack: 100 delicious budget recipes [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Jack Monroe
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27. Februar 2014
100 easy and delicious meals on a tight budget with Jack Monroe's A Girl Called Jack.Jack is a cash-strapped single mum living in Southend. When she found herself with a shopping budget of just £10 a week to feed herself and her young son, she addressed the situation with immense resourcefulness, creativity and by embracing her local supermarket's 'basics' range. She created recipe after recipe of delicious, simple and upbeat meals that were outrageously cheap. Learn with Jack Monroe's A Girl Called Jack how to save money on your weekly shop whilst being less wasteful and creating inexpensive, tasty food.Recipes include Vegetable Masala Curry for 30p a portion, Pasta alla Genovese for 19p a portion, Fig, Rosemary and Lemon Bread for 26p and a Jam Sponge reminiscent of school days for 23p a portion.'Sassy, political, and cooking amazing food on £10 a week. We need more like her' - Xanthe Clay, The TelegraphJack Monroe is a 24-year-old single mother and local newspaper reporter. Finding herself with a food budget of just £10 a week, she began to create nutritious recipes to feed herself and her son. Giving the recipes out to a local food bank, to help others in her situation, she then began to publish them online on her blog, A Girl Called Jack, which now has thousands of followers. Jack was awarded the 2013 Fortnum and Mason Judges' Choice Award for the impact that her blog has had. She lives in Essex with her son.

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  • Taschenbuch: 224 Seiten
  • Verlag: Michael Joseph (27. Februar 2014)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0718178947
  • ISBN-13: 978-0718178949
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 18,9 x 24,6 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 41.200 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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A terrific resource for anyone trying to cook nutritious and tasty food on a tight budget (Sunday Times)

A plain-speaking, practical austerity cookery guide - healthy, tasty and varied. (Patrick Butler The Guardian)

Prepare to feel very inspired, and very hungry. (Look)

A powerful new voice in British food (Observer)

100 tasty, cheap-as-chips - but much healthier - recipes (Good Housekeeping)

Sassy, political, and cooking amazing food on £10 a week. We need more like her. (Xanthe Clay The Telegraph)

Packed with inexpensive, delicious ideas to feed a family for less (Woman and Home)

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Tolle und einfache Rezepte! 23. April 2014
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Ich mag das Buch sehr gerne, die Rezepte sind einfach und teilweise sehr schnell nachgekocht.
Wer einigermaßen fit in Englisch ist, kann problemlos alles verstehen.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Real Cooking on a Budget 16. März 2014
Von Corgi girl - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is a wonderful antidote to all the food porn books. I love them like we all do, but many recipes aren't user friendly for someone on a budget (i.e. most of us.) I have a kitchen full of books & printed out recipes, some from well known chefs, where many of the recipes are either expensive to produce, or take a long time to cook, which isn't practical on a daily basis.
Jack Monroe sensibly starts with a list of pantry must haves, few in number, readily available & used in recipes throughout the book. If you didn't have any cooking experience at all & limited funds, this would be a great book for that reason alone. She also encourages growing your own herbs, which is a winner for taste, nutrition & your pocket.
Her down to earth style is easy to follow, & she encourages experimentation & the habit of using what you have available. Many of the recipes follow on from one another - you use an ingredient, then use up the remainder of the can in another recipe. I can't be the only person who so often searches memory, books & internet for a recipe to use up 1/2 a can of something & then ends up throwing it out because of time constraints.
I've made many of these recipes from Jack's wonderful online blog, & they're easy & taste delicious. Her curries are amazing, & healthy too! It's very easy to add a few different herbs or 1/2 a packet of spinach you have hanging around to the base recipes.
Being a.mother she understands the importance of fun food to children, & her pizzas cut out with biscuit cutters are
are a great idea. As she suggests, many of the recipe leftovers can easily be converted to next day lunches by wrapping in pita bread, for example.
Hints for freezing & drying leftover food & herbs are included as well.
This is a fantastic book. Buy it & encourage her to write more!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A treasure trove for everyone ! 26. April 2014
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I started following a girl called jack blog last year following her superb response on the huffington post to Richard littlejohns attack on her in the UK press. The posts are a must read and the recipes featured on there have all been winners. The book features many that aren't on the blog so definitely worth buying, not just the blog printed in book form like some blog-to-books are.

This is book for anyone and everyone, foodie and non-foodie, budget conscious or not, beginner or experienced cook. All recipes are simple, healthy and tasty without being worthy austerity dishes. As a refreshing change to many books these days it does not feature expensive or difficult to get ingredients in fact most have around 5 or 6 ingredients most of them cupboard staples.

I made the roman pasta with basil and mandarins last night and it was amazing.

I have also made the penny pizzas, soups and will be making the famous kidney carrot burgers tomorrow.

This book is accessible and meant to be used rather than simply looked at (although it is beautifully presented and feels very real) and I would recommend it to anyone. Would make a great gift for a student off to university.

I am very pleased to read there will be a second book
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5.0 von 5 Sternen delicious, easy and inexpensive 8. März 2014
Von J. Mendes - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I am very pleased to finally get a copy of this book. I discovered Jack (like I imagine many people did) last summer when her recipe for "kidney bean, carrot and cumin burgers" appeared in the Guardian. I tried those, mmm...delicious. I look forward to trying other recipes in this book. I like that it encourages experimentation and makes cooking accessible to ordinary people. Well done Jack!
5.0 von 5 Sternen If you want to know how to stretch an incredibly small (almost nonexistent) food budget, this book is for you. 23. Juli 2014
Von Susan M Werner - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Loved the writing, and I did find it informative in many ways. I had hoped for more 'traditionally English' food recipes and did not find many. But this book is something that is rare, perhaps it is singular in it's design; but it honestly tells you how to stretch your food budget, when you have almost NOTHING in the bank. In that respect, it is not like any cookery book I've read. I would recommend it for that reason alone.
5.0 von 5 Sternen I adore this book! 26. Juni 2014
Von QueenTess - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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In addition to the receipes, we also get to read a little bit about Jack's personal experience with poverty. It's heartbreaking. It's overwhelming. I read it off and on to remind myself how lucky I am.

I've tried a dozen recipes out of this book, and all have been added to our family's regular meal plan (two adults, two kids under 5). Our favorites are the Sunshine Bread, Peach & Chickpea Curry, and of course the Kidney Bean Burgers. The only one we haven't liked is the Lentil Burgers, which turned out quite dry; I'll try again to see if I maybe just added too much flour or maybe I can pack in some more liquid.

From an American standpoint, it takes a bit to get used to the different terms and measurements. I'm not accustomed to weighing my flour rather than knowing the number of cups, but as long as you have a scale you're set, and it's much more accurate. I also have nowhere to grow an herb garden where animals won't maul it (indoor or outdoor), so I mostly use dried herbs. Other items are cost-prohibitive due to my location. Jack speaks about using fish bits and streaky bacon, both of which sound like really great deals, but don't exist at the stores I have regular access to. So I make substitutions. That's one thing this book has really taught me - how to just toss things together from a solid pantry of items. We also have power outages during storms, sometimes lasting days. Now I also know how to make a tasty meal from canned (tinned) items!

Things I've had to look up: aubergine = eggplant (this one is a bit obvious); sultana = white raisin (I use dark raisins); courgette = zucchini; coriander = cilantro. I haven't figure out if the English mustard is a ground or prepared version.
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