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GOOD AND CHEAP is a gorgeous cookbook for tight budgets. The PDF is free—and the print version is the #1 cookbook ever on Kickstarter. The bigger, better, cheaper 2nd edition is in bookstores now! For every copy sold, we donate one to someone in need.
GOOD AND CHEAP is a gorgeous cookbook for tight budgets. The PDF is free—and the print version is the #1 cookbook ever on Kickstarter. The bigger, better, cheaper 2nd edition is in bookstores now! For every copy sold, we donate one to someone in need.
5,636 backers pledged $144,681 to help bring this project to life.

The impact of your donations

Posted by Leanne Brown (Creator)
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We wanted to give away Good and Cheap to people who needed it. And we did it in a bigger way than I ever thought possible.

I am vibrating with excitement to present you with a map. This map shows the more than 630 organizations who got all 9,000 donated copies and 24,000 discounted copies of Good and Cheap.

I can't embed the live map on Kickstarter — just a screenshot — but if you click through to my website, you can click the pins for each city to see all the organizations you've helped.

Just look at all those pins! Look at these results! Thank you so much to all of you for making this project happen. And I'm sure that thousands of people around the country are thanking you as well.

But this isn't the end. We're going to have an even better 2nd edition. We're going to keep going. This may be the last time I write to you through Kickstarter for a while, but please check back at leannebrown.com for further updates as this project continues to unfold.

The 2nd edition

Remember, you can pre-order the 2nd edition at your local bookstore or any of these sites:

And non-profits can pre-order and still get mega-discounts on bulk orders for their clients.

Thank you for all your support. I hope you feel proud!

Leanne

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    1. Caroline Vidican on

      What a brilliant result, but none of these books would have been donated without your energetic input!

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      Stephanie on

      This is awesome! Super glad we got the book. The brussels sprouts hash quickly became a favorite in my household :)