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Fix, Freeze, Feast: The Delicious, Money-Saving Way to Feed Your Family Paperback – October 15, 2010
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“If you resolved to cook more at home in 2008, Fix, Freeze and Feast can help...In addition to recipes they also have tips for organizing your shopping list, packaging meals and preventing freezer burn.”
“If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to eat home-cooked meals as a family more often, Fix Freeze, Feast could be just the help you need to accomplish that… Fix Freeze Feast” won’t guarantee getting a scattered family home for dinner more often, but it will definitely make it much easier to get the meal on the table.”
The Register-Guard (Eugene, Ore.)
“Not so much a cookbook as a bulk-saving survival guide for harried cooks everywhere.”
Northern Virginia Magazine
“Fix, Freeze, Feast is a smart book to keep on the shelf… There's nothing like a hot meal after a long, hard day at work, especially if all the work was done weeks ago!”
Scripps News Service
“[Fix, Freeze, Feast] delivers some yummy new recipes that are easily stored and don't look or taste like frozen meals when they're served days later... Fix Freeze Feast promises to ease the stress of cooking and ensure that you're well fed, with hearty meals, throughout the week or month."
lhj.com (Ladies Home Journal)
“The authors do a great job offering clear instructions for the cooking, an important final step that is too often left to guesswork.”
(Memphis) Commercial Appeal
About the Author
Kati Neville is the coauthor of Fix, Freeze, Feast with Lindsay Ahrens. They are both big fans of freezer meals and speak widely about the method with community groups, parenting classes, and at libraries. They have written recipes for Costco’s annual cookbooks and articles for Everyday with Rachael Ray. Neville lives in Tualatin, Oregon.
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This book hit the spot for me in all of criteria above. Even the shopping trip was simple and while it was a good size haul for just the two of us... We came in well under what we normally spend.
While the book contains simple recipes requiring the "dump meat in a gallon freezer bag with marinade" it also included more sophisticated recipes as well for when I feel a little more spunky.
Ultimately this book has helped me easily, with a severe lack of frustration, hit my criteria above and goal of having good food ready to go each day that makes the (always too short week nights) much easier. I can imagine what it might do for a couple with kids.
Thank you for publishing this book!
More helpful information about containers, cling wrap, vacuum bags, storage bags, and avoiding freezer burns would be more helpful. Also the best techniques for thawing and reheating meals.
I really want to cook meals fully then freeze them in portions so they are "heat & eat". More like homemade frozen dinners. A section on pasta sauces would be awesome since you can cook pasta quickly as needed and have a 15 minute meal anytime.
I will likely donate this book to a book drive.
To make my life super easy, we made lables with the cooking instructions, temp and time and placed them on the ziploc bags. Helps me plan meals based on how much time we have to cook them and my husband when he is making the meals.
As I said for the inexperienced cook this is great because you do not have a starting place. For the experienced cook this helps you organize your freezer meals and develop your grocery list.
My adult children are comparing the sauce to what I used to make when they were children. Back then I grew my own tomatoes, reduced the sauce to paste and spent hours in the kitchen on my "Signature Sauce". Now I have a freezer full of easy, delicious sauce and main dishes.