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Time for a Change

Day 22: Stone Soup Cookbook

on June 28, 2013

I want to recommend and online cookbook I came across called The Stone Soup. Brainchild of Jules Clancy, her focus is on recipes that are simple, quick, delicious and healthy and can often be made with store cupboard ingredients. There are always lots of alternatives given within a recipe if you don’t have all the ingredients or don’t like one of the ingredients so they are very flexible.

Here’s what you WILL find on StoneSoup

Quick, easy to follow recipes that are hard to mess up.
New ideas for ways to use commonplace ingredients.
Inspiration to get out of your cooking rut and make tasty, simple meals.
Fresh, healthy ideas using real whole food.
Variations to suit your dietary requirements or if you’re missing ingredients.
Encouragement to try new (simple) things.
A unique approach to take the stress out of coming up with good food at the last minute.

There is a FREE downloadable eCookbook available if you sign up for updates and there are further books to buy in print or downloadable format… such as:

stone soup cookbook

  • The Tired and Hungry Cooks Companion (I have this one)
  • The 2 Minute Meal Plan
  • 5 Ingredients, 10 Minutes
  • Love your Waistline, Love Your Food
  • 30 Dinners in 30 Days

Food Diary Day 22

Breakfast: Mashed Banana and Tahini on multiseed toast – see Breakfast recipe page

Lunch: Various Sushi at Yo Sushi!

Dinner: Prawn, vegetable and egg noodle stir fry

Snacks & Drinks: Herbal tea, Oat and Apricot bar, 1 profiterole, 2 squares dark chocolate, fresh cherries

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