Good and Cheap is a recipe book. That may seem like an odd book to review, but I actually read it. Granted, I skimmed many of the recipes, but I liked the whole concept and wanted to share. Also, it's a little odd that I liked this cookbook so much because it's not vegan. However, it's very light on meat and many of the recipes are vegan or easily made so.
The underlying message of Good and Cheap is "how to eat well on $4/day." I have managed our food budget on less than that in the past, but have lately let our food budget expand quite a lot. This book was a great reminder of things I can do to keep costs down without sacrificing taste or even convenience. Also, it gave me some general ideas for keeping costs down while feeding a family of 6 big eaters for a while.
So, I do suggest giving this book a look. I got it from the library, but it's worth pointing out that for every copy of Good and Cheap purchased, a free copy is given to a family in need.