Fix, Freeze, Feast: Prepare in Bulk and Enjoy by the Serving, More Than 125 Recipes by Kati NevilleBuy groceries in bulk, prepare family-friendly dishes, package in meal-sized freezer bags, then stock the freezer with ready-to-defrost-and-serve tasty homemade meals. This is the winning system of Fix, Freeze, Feast, a cookbook that has already attracted an enthusiastic following among busy families.
Millions of shoppers save money by buying groceries in bulk - trays of boneless chicken breasts, pairs of flank steaks, flats of ripe tomatoes. But savings can quickly turn to losses if those bulk quantities spoil in the refrigerator or lie forgotten - unlabeled and unrecognizable under lays of ice crystals - in the back of the freezer.
In the new paperback edition of Fix, Freeze, Feast, authors Kati Neville and Lindsay Tkacsik offer a complete system for taking full advantage of bulk purchasing and advance preparation to ensure no food is ever wasted. They show how easy it is to get organized, prepare ahead, and be ready to put healthful, satisfying meals on the dinner table (or breakfast table, or even brunch table!) at a moments notice. Theirs is a cookbook price-conscious shoppers will love and warehouse club members shouldnt be without.
Cooks will find 125 delicious, healthful recipes to choose from Each one includes directions for dividing, preparing, and storing raw ingredients; a second set of simple direction is included for thawing, cooking, and enjoying the food. Designed for the way people cook today, Fix, Freeze, Feast meals are lighter and fresher than traditional bulk-cooking recipes, with a focus on simple stews and stir-fries, quick grilled or broiled main courses, and popular ethnic meals such as Beef Fajitas and Cashew Chicken Stir-Fry. Fix, Freeze, Feast, also includes ready-to-bake cookie doughs, soups, side dishes, smoothies, and snacks. With these innovative techniques and recipes, dinner is always in the freezer!
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Instead, stock it with homemade meals that require only a little prep work. Carve out an hour or two on a Sunday to cook and store these make-ahead meals so you have a bunch of healthy options that can be reheated in minutes. Craft the bagels from ready-made pizza dough. You can customize the filling, but do try the everything topping. Upgrade your breakfast quesadilla with this easy, freezer-ready version. It comes packed with protein thanks to the beans and cheese. Plus, a serving of veggies first thing in the a.
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He was talking about the freezer! With a freezer -- something almost all of us have -- we can cook once and then eat much, much later. And doing that cooking food, saving some and eating it later is pretty much the big secret behind batch cooking. Preparing food in advance means spending less on dining out, ordering in or grabbing stuff at drive-thrus. It also means throwing out less of the food you purchase, and having more time to spend with family.