This book is bargain priced from 06/24/2014 until 06/30/2014
Freezer meals do not need to be boring. Enjoy over 70 recipes with ingredients from the freezer or meals straight from the freezer.
Your freezer and the freezer aisle is often overlooked when looking for healthy, quick food but no more. The Cooking Cheat’s Guide to Freezer Meals plans to help you preserve seasonal fruits and vegetables, prepare make ahead meals to stored in the freezer, and re-discover foods made for the freezer.
The freezer isn’t limited to dinnertime meals. It is great for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, snacks and treats.
Targeted Age Group: All Ages
Book Price: 0.99
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
I think people often feel pressured to get a meal on the table asap but cooking doesn’t need to be chore. I’m all about delicious food that can be made as quickly, easily and simply as possible. Because while I love to cook, I also don’t want to spend all my time in the kitchen.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Just do it! Everyone has a something to share.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
When I cook I can’t help myself I cheat all the time. I cheat to save time. I cheat to save money. I cheat to maximize the flavor.
My cheats are all about finding shortcuts to help get delicious, homemade meals on the table.
I started cooking at a young age by “helping” my mom in the kitchen. I recalls many disasters and the patience and skill her mom deployed to rescue my attempts. After I left home, I continued to learn by trial and error and as I became more proficient at cooking I continued to expand my knowledge and efficiency in the kitchen.
About the Author:
As the author says, “When I cook I can’t help myself I cheat all the time. I cheat to save time. I cheat to save money. I cheat to maximize the flavor.”
Krista’s cheats are the shortcuts she has learned to help get a meal on the table.
Krista started cooking at a young age by “helping” her mom in the kitchen. She recalls many disasters and the patience and skill her mom deployed to rescue her attempts. She continued to learn by trial and error after she left home and as she become more proficient at cooking she continued to expand her knowledge and efficiency in the kitchen.