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A timely (and tasty) response to the credit crunch

27 November 2008

We may all be tightening our purse-strings at the moment with the onset of the credit crunch, but that doesn’t have to mean living like paupers, as Bristol graduate Sarah Lockett (BA 1987) and her partner in creativity Penny Isaacs have proven.

We may all be tightening our purse-strings at the moment with the onset of the credit crunch, but that doesn’t have to mean living like paupers, as Bristol graduate Sarah Lockett (BA 1987) and her partner in creativity Penny Isaacs have proven.

The inventive twosome have come together to bring us The Dish, a foodie book with a difference. Described as ‘a fun 21st century guide to captivating your ideal man, his friends and practically anyone else you know using homespun psychology and a little home cooking’, the volume is sure to please.

Sarah is a TV news reporter and anchor and food writer whose blog ‘Food and family’ is full with ideas on how to feed yourself and your loved ones, pleasing the wallet as well as the waistline. Having already published some of her recipes in an e-book entitled ‘Recipes for the Credit Crunch – how to feed your family for less’, her collaboration with Penny, who is also a successful freelance journalist, will be hitting the shelves in February next year.

The Dish is published by Troubador.