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Win Fantastic Food For Less from the Dairy Cookbook series

Fantastic Food For Less from the Dairy Cookbook series

Enjoy fantastic food and save money at the same time with Fantastic Food For Less.

Fantastic Food for Less is the latest edition in the hugely popular Dairy Cookbook Series, and features more than a hundred easy-to-follow recipes which have been specifically devised to help people cook fantastic food more economically.

Did you know that we, as a nation, throw away around 7 million tonnes of food every year? In financial terms that means the average UK family wastes nearly £60 per month by throwing away food. However, by making a few simple changes to our habits, it is still possible to cook amazing, nutritious food more economically and less wastefully.

Fantastic Food for Less is packed with delicious recipes that use good quality, reasonably priced ingredients and have minimal leftovers. From tasty soups and snacks, to quick and easy main meals, and heavenly desserts, there is something to suit every taste and occasion. There are two types of recipes: Quick & Easy, which can be on the table in 30 minutes or less, and Take it Easy, which allows you to do something else while they cook slowly. And as with previous editions of the Dairy Cookbook series, Fantastic Food for Less features triple-tested recipes, simple to follow instructions, easy to source ingredients and full nutritional information.

To order Fantastic Food for Less at just £7.99 visit We have a special offer code for our readers; which offers free postage and packing when you order. (Enter the code CBPR in the discount code box).

Competition closing date

Sunday, 16 November 2014 - 11:59pm

Competition prize

We have 10 copies of Fantastic Food for Less to give away. For a chance to win simply answer the question below:


Chris Rooke-Matthews, Karen Hambly, Bev Cordle, Andrea Smith, Billy Crashaw, Hong Ho, Crystal Ferriman, Richard Smallbone, Nick Hall, Luke Moore, Serena Green, Samantha Sugden, Barbara Handley, Chris Edmonds, Susan Crosswaite, Joanne Mapp, Farida Al-Haque, Stephen Little, Micki Hobbs and Suzanne Sendell

This competition is now closed. Congratulations to all our winners!

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