January 2, 2008 in Food

Books for Cooks

By The Spokesman-Review

“Fix, Freeze, Feast” by Kati Neville and Lindsey Tkacsik

($14.95, Storey Publishing)

If you resolved to cook more at home in 2008, “Fix, Freeze and Feast” can help. The authors can help you take bulk groceries from supermarkets and warehouse clubs and turn them into freezer meals that can be put on the table in a snap. These recipes would also be perfect for dishes to deliver to families with new babies, sick loved ones or those coping with a death. In addition to recipes they also have tips for organizing your shopping list, packaging meals and preventing freezer burn.

Look inside today’s Food section for the recipe

for Chicken Curry.

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