7 Cheap and Filling Meals You Need To Make

How to feed a family for less than £1 a portion
Being on a budget doesn't mean you can't eat good food that fills you up. It's not about surviving on a tin of soup but about being savvy with your money and swapping a couple of ingredients here and there to provide you with a cheap meal that tastes good and fills you up. Whether you're a family looking for feed everyone for less than a £1 a portion or living on your own looking for recipes to batch cook, all of these recipes will be useful. Here are 7 cheap meal ideas for you to enjoy!

The Nothing To See Here Hotel by Steven Butler

The nothing to see here hotel book review
Welcome to The Nothing to See Here Hotel! A hotel for magical creatures, where weird is normal for Frankie Banister and his parents who run the hotel.

When a goblin messenger arrives at The Nothing to See Here Hotel, announcing the imminent arrival of the goblin prince Grogbah, Frankie and his family rush into action to get ready for their important guest. But it soon becomes obvious that the Banister family are going to have their work cut out with the demanding prince and his never-ending entourage, especially when it turns out the rude little prince is hiding a secret...

Why we aren't having a traditional wedding

I've known for a long time that I wouldn't want a traditional wedding and I knew that if Josh ever proposed he'd be on the same page. It's just not us. Well when Josh gave me the shock of my life and did actually propose after 11 years it became even clearer to us that we didn't want a traditional wedding.

Marina by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

Maria book review
In May 1980, 15-year-old Óscar Drai suddenly vanishes from his boarding school in the old quarter of Barcelona. For seven days and nights no one knows his whereabouts...

His story begins in the heart of old Barcelona, when he meets Marina and her father German Blau, a portrait painter. Marina takes Óscar to a cemetery to watch a macabre ritual that occurs on the fourth Sunday of each month. At 10 a.m. precisely a coach pulled by black horses appears. From it descends a woman dressed in black, her face shrouded, wearing gloves, holding a single rose. She walks over to a gravestone that bears no name, only the mysterious emblem of a black butterfly with open wings.

When Óscar and Marina decide to follow her they begin a journey that will take them to the heights of a forgotten, post-war Barcelona, a world of aristocrats and actresses, inventors and tycoons; and a dark secret that lies waiting in the mysterious labyrinth beneath the city streets.