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Jane Butel's Freezer Cookbook: How to Use Your Freezer for All It's Worth

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Jane Butel's 1977 classic on getting the most of your freezer to plan enjoyable meals gets a revised treatment from the queen of Southwestern cuisine and Turner Publishing. This indespensable resource includes 200 recipes. Jane Butel's 1977 classic on getting the most of your freezer to plan enjoyable meals gets a revised treatment from the queen of Southwestern cuisine and Turner Publishing. This indespensable resource includes 200 recipes.


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Jane Butel's 1977 classic on getting the most of your freezer to plan enjoyable meals gets a revised treatment from the queen of Southwestern cuisine and Turner Publishing. This indespensable resource includes 200 recipes. Jane Butel's 1977 classic on getting the most of your freezer to plan enjoyable meals gets a revised treatment from the queen of Southwestern cuisine and Turner Publishing. This indespensable resource includes 200 recipes.

32 review for Jane Butel's Freezer Cookbook: How to Use Your Freezer for All It's Worth

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ligaya

    I read this book right after reading It's Always Freezer Season by Ashley Christensen and Kaitlyn Goalen and the comparison is not favorable. First, it is a type of cookbook that I really dislike—one without any photos of any finished dish. Not one. Second, this book was published a mere four years before It's Always Freezer Season but it seems like it was from a generation ago. There is actually a recipe called Male Ego (or "How to Cope in the Kitchen Casserole"). The parentheses are the author I read this book right after reading It's Always Freezer Season by Ashley Christensen and Kaitlyn Goalen and the comparison is not favorable. First, it is a type of cookbook that I really dislike—one without any photos of any finished dish. Not one. Second, this book was published a mere four years before It's Always Freezer Season but it seems like it was from a generation ago. There is actually a recipe called Male Ego (or "How to Cope in the Kitchen Casserole"). The parentheses are the author's. There are other comments along that same line. Third, the pages are so thin that you can see the type from the other pages. Lastly, many of the recipes, seem to me, to be very old-fashioned. Sukiyaki? There are many other flaws I found in this book. I did read it to the end but cannot recommend.

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    Ashley

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    Cecilia Dunbar Hernandez

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    Amber Griffith

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    Gertievandermint

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