Cooking meals from scratch is a bit of a lost art in some family homes. A new family cookbook aims to teach children and parents how to make home-cooked meals that are as quick, easy and convenient as takeaways or processed foods.
What’s for Dinner? Second Helpings is a new cookery manual written by mum of four, Romilla Arber. The 767-page book includes a recipe for every day of the year, with the emphasis on balanced nutrients, plus two tea-time treats the whole family will enjoy.
Reviewers on Amazon.co.uk already described this cookery book as ‘a breath of fresh air’. The hardcover version is priced at £25. All sale proceeds go directly to charity. The Food Education Trust was established by Romilla in 2008 to promote the benefits of a balanced home-cooked diet. The cookbook includes healthy ingredients and cooking methods, while there is also advice on budgeting, to prove home-cooked meals can help you manage your budget in the credit crunch, too.