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Jane Butel's Freezer Cookbook

Jane Butel's Freezer CookbookHow to Use Your Freezer for All It's Worth

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. more

Product Details

  • ISBN 9781681624792
  • Imprint Turner Publishing
  • Category Cooking

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Overview

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 is the leading international authority on the cuisine of the American Southwest and Regional Mexican cooking. Known for her clear, easy to understand recipes and culinary instruction—she...more

Reviews

What Jane Butel doesn’t know about freezers and freezing— not to mention good food—isn’t worth knowing. She is readable, and she tells you everything you ever wanted to know about freezing without boring you to death. I like the clarity of the organization and the attention to meals for singles, microwave cookery, and calorie-counting.

PEG BRACKEN, author of The I Hate to Cook Book

Jane Butel’s new book on freezer cooking is the definitive word on the subject. It is thorough and then some! What’s more, it’s written in a most entertaining fashion for good reading as w'ell as delicious food.

HELEN AYERS DAVIS, author of No Will Power

What for many people is a commonplace domestic chore becomes an adventure in the hands of Jane Butel. Her Freezer Cookbook is a whole series of surprises. She goes into foods that no other book I’ve seen touches on and she has recipes that are wholly new and different.

DOROTHY RITZ, columnist

The chapters on game, suggestions for microwave cooking, dinners for one, diet ideas are of particular interest. The strong point of this compact up-to-date guide is its information.

Publishers Weekly