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“The Simple Dinner Edit” our April Non Fiction Book of the Month

The cooler weather has begun and our weekly dinner menus are beginning to evolve into more hearty and belly-warming dishes. With weekly meal planning can come stress and concern to ensure your meals are tasty, nutritious, and cost-friendly. Your meal-planning prayers have been answered with our amazing April Non-Fiction Book of the Month, “The Simple Dinner Edit” by Nicole Maguire.

Keep reading to find a free mouth-watering recipe from Nicole and to discover more about this time and money-saving cook book!

Nicole Maguire is the cook behind the hugely successful home-cooking hub Simple Home Edit, where she shares her delicious, budget-friendly recipes and clever, simple systems that will streamline your weekly plan, shop and cook, saving you money and sanity.

More than a million home cooks already love Nicole’s simple dinner ideas. And her much-anticipated debut cookbook is a mantra in keeping it simple, with more than 80 mouth-watering dinners. Speedy weeknight lifesavers include one-pan peanut chicken, cheat’s laksa and speedy san choy bao.  With brilliant tips at every turn on how to freeze or turn leftovers into a second meal, Nicole makes getting on top of your weekly dinners a breeze.

Nicole Maguire’s online hub Simple Home Edit is a go-to source for delicious family recipes using everyday ingredients, as well as clever and achievable ways to save money and streamline and declutter your home. With more than a million followers, Nicole is a trusted voice online when it comes to eating well for less.

To find more cooking inspiration and tips and tricks you can follow Nicole on social media here:

IG: @simple.home.edit 

FB: Simple Home Edit 

We would like to thank Macmillan Publishers Australia for providing the exclusive recipe card for our QBD Books Lovers.

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