Recipes can tell you what to make but they don't teach you how to cook. And considering food is the 3rd largest monthly expense for most people, it helps to feel confident in the kitchen so that you can plan, prepare and enjoy cooking even when you're on a tight budget. In Eat Better on a Budget, former chef-turned personal finance expert Julien Saunders breaks down everything you need to know to organize your kitchen, grocery shop like a pro and master the five core cooking skills you'll need to make the most out of any recipe you find. Through personal stories and practical instruction, you'll go from being an intimidated novice in the kitchen to a confident all-star in no time. For the working parents out there, this book includes an entire chapter on how to prepare and introduce new foods to your baby so you don't end up with picky-eaters, further exacerbating your discomfort in the kitchen.Whether you're trying to spend less on take-out or wanting to get better results from your favorite meal kit program, Eat Better on a Budget will help you take your cooking skills to the next level and start saving money today!Julien and Kiersten Saunders are award-winning bloggers behind richandregular.com and hosts of the original series, Money on the Table.