Organizing your kitchen like a chef
Mastering the fundamentals of sauteeing, braising, pan roasting and more
Knowing when to apply specific techniques to your existing recipes and meal kits
Being less frustrated and feeling more confident in the kitchen
Eat Better on a Budget is for people like you who want to save money by cooking at home, those who struggle with eating out more than they should and for people who aren’t as confident as they’d like to be in a kitchen. We’ve distilled the core principles of organizing your kitchen, 5 core cooking skills, lists, tools and templates into a fun and easy to read ebook
For most people, food is the 3rd largest monthly expense behind housing and transportation. Cooking at home is the best way to save money every month because the cost of groceries is far less expensive than the cost of prepared food at restaurants.
Exact savings per person or household are impossible to calculate since everyone’s budget and costs are different. However, we’ve provided estimates based on a recent study*. See below.
As of today, Eat Better on a Budget is available as a pdf. We will explore other versions to include iBook, Kindle and print in the near future.
This gives you easy access on your phone, tablet or desktop so the information inside is ALWAYS with you.
We wrote Eat Better on a Budget for 3 key reasons.
Recipes tell you what to make, but they don’t teach you how to cook. This is why so many people end up with a bunch of ‘stuff’ in the refrigerator and pantry but don’t feel like they have anything to eat. When you know how to cook and how to utilize ingredients more widely, you won’t need recipes.
We don’t provide any recipes in this book because there are thousands of sites and cookbooks where you can find recipes and dozens of meal subscription services. Our goal is to help you get BETTER results out of what you already have.
The book is just under 120 pages long including covers, lists, templates and imagery. For you furgal nerds out there, that’s about .18¢ per page or less if you use a discount code.
Before Mr. r&R was a money blogger, he was a formally trained and working chef. He’s cooked in kitchens at world class luxury hotels, fine dining and casual-fine dining restaurants for years! He’s also cooked at home for the last two decades and has eaten his way around the US and top culinary destinations around the world.