“Dear Harried, Hurried and Hungry Newlywed:
Have you thought about your dinner plans for tonight? If so, did those thoughts bring a smile to your face or a knot in your stomach? Will it be a quick trip to a nearby fast food joint on the way home this evening? Take out? Or maybe you’re going to take a couple of hours out of your schedule and swallow a $20, $40 or even $60 bill for dinner at a “nice” restaurant because you would like to think you are eating healthier. But your plans certainly don’t include a home-cooked meal because you think you can’t cook!”
Does this speak to you?? It speaks to me! I’m thinking that we need Nancy Geiger’s new cookbook, “A Bride’s Cookbook or Surviving the First Year” availible in hard-bound or downloadable version.
What can this cookbook do for you? It will teach you how to stock your pantry, educate you on menues and recipe terminology, learn how to subsitute when you don’t have all the ingredients, gives tips on entertaining and of course, easy, fun, and healthy recipes.
You may be surprised to know, says Mrs. Geiger, that cooking at home is almost always
- less expensive than eating out
- healthier than eating out
- less time-consuming than eating out
“A Bride’s Cookbook or Surviving the First Year” will save you time, money, stress, and many a frantic call to mom. You can even sign up to recieve one free sample recipe a day for a whole month, with no obligation. I did it!