The Best Freezer Cookbook

The Best Freezer Cookbook

Freezer Friendly Recipes, Tips and Techniques

Book - 2001
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Baker & Taylor
Featuring 100 delicious recipes, from Spring Herbed Focaccia to Seafood Pot Pie, an indispensible resource presents an abundance of freezing techniques for fruits, vegetables, meats, poultry, fish, and seafood and contains information about meal planning and holiday entertaining. Original.

Firefly Books Ltd
A cookbook that combines over 100 freezer related recipes with everything you need to know to get the most from a freezer: techniques for freezing all types of food, as well as information on monthly meal planning and holiday entertaining.

While home freezers were almost unheard of before the 1930s, they are now a common appliance in North American households. In fact, some 3 million freezers are sold each year.

What accounts for their popularity? Simply that freezing is the easiest, most natural way to preserve food -- whether it's fresh summer produce saved for enjoyment in winter or prepared meals that can be easily thawed and reheated when needed. Freezing also provides a number of economic benefits, allowing consumers to buy food in quantity at the best prices.

What many people don't realize, however, is that some foods are more successfully frozen than others. And of those foods that do freeze well, using the proper techniques can make a big difference in their flavor and texture. That's why just about anyone who owns a freezer needs The Best Freezer Cookbook.

Here you'll find comprehensive reference to the various techniques for freezing fruits, vegetables, meats, poultry, fish and seafood. In addition, the book provides over 100 recipes -- including appetizers, soups, main meals, side dishes and desserts -- all specially selected to give the best possible results when frozen. Each section is designed to help you get the maximum benefit from your freezer, with helpful suggestions for easy entertaining, meal planning, simple heat-and-eat dishes for busy weeknights, and freezing baked goods. And, of course, no freezer cookbook would be complete without recipes for homemade ice cream!

The perfect book for everyone who wants the best from their freezer.

Publisher: Toronto : R. Rose, c2001
ISBN: 9780778800347
Characteristics: 192 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm


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Aug 01, 2011

A slightly dated book that is feels limited in its options.

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