Where do I start?

June 19, 2008

Good question.

I would start by reading the Freezer Food Safety post and then visit the Tools section of this blog. Then you will know exactly what is needed to get you started...and trust me...you already have most, if not ALL, of it already! Then, I suggest you try freezing just one thing. Start with an easy recipe like my mini pancakes or chocolate chip cookies or cooked ground beef.

You'll get a good feel for how this process works and how to best make it suit your lifestyle.

Then you can continue to try a few more recipes. Once you get rolling, you'll be ready for a full blown freeze-a-thon day where you make a gazillion meals to stock your freezer. Pop in a good CD and invite a girlfriend (or two...or five) over to Freeze Happy with you. It's a win/win. Seriously sister.

ALL posts in the Freeze-A-Thon series...
Freeze-A-Thon Part I - Organization
Freeze-A-Thon Part II - Preparation
Freeze-A-Thon Part III - Execution
Freeze-A-Thon Part IV - Utilizing Your Frozen Foods


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A new recipe will be posted each Monday and, of course, you can always search the archives by category.

The Goal of this blog is not just to give you my recipes, but to teach you which ingredients freeze well, which don't, methods and tips to help you freeze your own recipes...because who knows better what your family likes than you?

Do you only cook organic? Great! Are you a vegetarian? No problem! Make what works for you and save time, money and (let's be honest...stress) while doing it.

The Freeze Happy philosophy has made my life better and I'm pretty sure it can improve yours too.

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