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Bulk Cooking For The Freezer

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bulk cooking for the freezer - The Freezer
The Freezer Cooking Manual from 30 Day Gourmet : A Month of Meals Made Easy
The Freezer Cooking Manual from 30 Day Gourmet : A Month of Meals Made Easy
The Freezer Cooking Manual from 30 Day Gourmet is a comprehensive cooking system that teaches busy cooks the art of spending one day assembling and freezing a month's worth of delicious and nutritious entrees, side dishes and desserts. This "hands-on" manual includes time-saving worksheets, step-by-step instructions, healthy tips, money-saving ideas and practical advice. The manual also features: - 23 black and white demonstration photos - 7 easy-to-follow steps - fold-out tally sheet - benefits of cooking with a friend - choosing recipes for freezer cooking - shopping smart - assembling in quantity - freezing for great results - thorough appendix with: - equivalency charts - metric conversion charts - freezing time chart - blanching chart - list of basic cooking terms - freezer selection and maintenance - power failure procedures
The Freezer Cooking Manual from 30 Day Gourmet differs from other quantity cookbooks seen on the market. - Our system allows for choosing a different combination of recipes each cooking day. - Our system allows for incorporating personal recipe favorites. - Our recipes are multiplied out for time-saving multiple entre cooking. - Our recipes are "kid-friendly" and family approved. - Our recipes are not repeated elsewhere in the manual.
Thousands of 30 Day Gourmets LOVE this manual and attest to its sanity saving value.

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Plastic Bags And Confetti Colors
Plastic Bags And Confetti Colors
We went to Costco this morning, and Boomer asked if I had worked through my bulk box of rubber gloves yet in the kitchen. I'm not even close to getting to the bottom of that box, though, and I kind of puzzled for a while over why. After my afternoon of prepping veggies for the freezer, though, I remembered why -- it's because I really only chop hot peppers a couple of times a year. I get scads and scads of them from the farm, and we grow a few more, and when I've got a giant heap of all different sizes and colors, I trim them, seed them, pulse them in the food processor until minced, and then freeze them. I love, love, love just being able to break off a piece from a block of frozen minced hot peppers in the winter, when I'm making a quick pot of chili of a cooked salsa. And it saves on rubber gloves. --Schn.
Smoot kids rock (Mon & Bob too)
Smoot kids rock (Mon & Bob too)
Last weekend I started what I hope to be a regular thing -- Cooking with Monica. Several of my friends got together and we did some bulk cooking. My friend Jenny wrote on each freezer bag who the meal belongs to and the cooking instructions. I have to admit at the time I wondered why it was taking her so long to label the bags. I saw why when I pulled out my first bag to cook a couple of days later. It seems that lovely Jenny added something nice for the last line. A few days later I pulled out a bag that said "Monica is a goddess." I'm looking forward to making my meals even more now! I can't wait to see what else she wrote! The pecan stuffed chicken was really good, by the way. We'll make that one again soon.

bulk cooking for the freezer
bulk cooking for the freezer
Frozen Assets: How to Cook for a Day and Eat for a Month
By using the methods found in Frozen Assets, one can spend just one day in the kitchen each month and still enjoy a homemade meal for breakfast, lunch and dinner-every day of the month! This series has become the one-stop resource for those looking to increase their time at the family table, while decreasing their time in teh kitchen or drive-through lanes. Frozen Assets: Cook for A Day and Eat for a Month - the first book in Deborah Taylor Hough's revolutionary series features a holiday meal plan, monthly meals plans, and two-week meal plans.

Frozen Assets is small in stature, but jam-packed with meal-planning advice. It contains recipe ideas, plus detailed instructions on how to get the maximum value from your food dollar, while also slashing meal preparation times.
Deborah Taylor-Hough, mother of four, is as organized as a soldier. She shops one morning in less than an hour, chops and prepares ingredients the next night after dinner, and then spends one long day cooking. Making double and triple batches of 10 recipes, she ends up putting 30 meals for two adults and two children into the freezer, ready to heat and eat. Taylor-Hough's plan uses simple, familiar recipes. Her family eats meat loaf, baked ziti, and chicken and broccoli casserole made with canned soup. Each dish is repeated several times a month. To keep her grocery bill under $200 a month, she uses store brands and buys ground meat in bulk, and only when it's on special. As much a manual for a way of life as a cookbook, Frozen Assets tells how to create your own meal plans, cope with a small, "in refrigerator" freezer, and how to use this bulk-cooking method even if you are single. If you are into efficiency and want a guide to reorganizing your culinary life, this book is a must-have. It even offers advice on how to recover from a whole day of cooking. Taylor-Hough's recommendation: go out to dinner that night! --Dana Jacobi