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The 7-Day Basket: The no-waste cookbook that everyone is talking about

Ian Haste

8 Reviews

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Quick & easy cooking

Each of the ten chapters in THE 7-DAY BASKET provides you with a shopping list and seven recipes to make delicious, fresh and exciting dinners every day of the week.

'The food Ian cooks is always so simple, healthy and tasty. I'll definitely be giving the recipes a go.' Joe Wicks

The 7-DAY BASKET will guide any cook - from beginner to intermediate - to create tasty, quick and healthy dishes, all on a budget! One weekly shopping list per chapter will provide you with enough ingredients to cook seven varied meals - that's SEVEN meals from ONE basket! With ten weekly shopping lists in total you'll be inspired to cook deliciously simple and cost-effective recipes each week.

Ian has designed each recipe for two people but the book aims to suit you and your lifestyle, so simply halve the ingredients if you're eating on your own, or double them if you're a family of four! This will quickly become your go-to recipe book and with your weekly meal-planning sorted you'll no longer waste time asking 'what shall we have for dinner tonight?'
Recipes include:

* Zesty Coriander, Honey and Lime Chicken Kebabs
* Cauliflower, Broccoli and Rosemary Cheese Pie
* One Tray Bake Lemon Cod with Mediterranean Vegetables
* Mexican Smoked Chicken Burger, Avocado and Sweet Potato Crisps
* Fragrant Thai Green Curry
* Spicy King Prawn and Spinach Linguine

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Praise for The 7-Day Basket: The no-waste cookbook that everyone is talking about

  • The food Ian cooks is always so simple, healthy and tasty. I'll definitely be giving the recipes a go. - Joe Wicks

  • One easy shop and a week of speedy suppers. Haste has produced The 7-Day Basket, which tells readers how to get a week's worth of dinners out of a single supermarket haul. The recipes range widely, geographically and in terms of difficulty. - The Times

  • The idea of the weekly shop is to show us how to cook a variety of meals without anything ending up in the bin...having a meal-plan I stick to instead of chasing dinner dreams is undoubtedly where I save the most time. - The i

  • Ian has done the hard work for you, with "The 7-Day Basket" designed to help the nation fall back in love with the weekly shop. - The Sun

  • Ian manages to simplify even the most challenging recipes to create delicious, healthy and speedy meals. - Miguel Barclay, One Pound Meals

  • His recipes are realistically achievable, not requiring unfeasible amounts of ingredients, skill or time. - Men's Health

  • Ian Haste has moved on from many of the old tropes. The idea is simple: present a shopping list of goods and you then rustle up meals for the next seven days, saving time, food and money. - Balance Magazine

  • How to cook from meat-free Monday through to the Sunday roast with your weekly shop. - The Telegraph

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Ian Haste

Ian Haste is a husband and a father of two with a passion for delicious food. Ian has been cooking for nearly 30 years: from learning the basics at home with his mum as a young lad and heading up 150-cover-gastro-pub restaurants in the 90's, to having his own studio and teaching an online, global audience how to get more from their food. Eating healthily has never been so easy and Ian's ethos is all about staying fit and simplifying nutritious recipes, so we can all eat mouth-watering, healthy meals.

For the past four years Ian has hosted a YouTube channel alongside social media platforms under the name of Haste's Kitchen, where he creates and presents recipes. On his channel he's hosted guests including Joe Wicks of Lean in 15 fame, Miguel Barclay of the One Pound Meals phenomena and The Hairy Bikers who need no introduction. Ian has collaborated with some of the biggest brands in the UK, including Heinz, Aldi and Waitrose. From this, Ian has learned a lot, but his most important discovery has been that across the planet people want to know the answer to the same question: How do I eat healthy food that's varied and cost-friendly? And the truth is, when it comes to food, these factors can all go hand in hand - healthy doesn't have to be costly and complicated.

YouTube: Haste's Kitchen
Twitter: Hasteskitchen

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