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The Make Ahead Cook by America's Test Kitchen
A revolution in make-ahead cooking, The Make-Ahead Cook goes way beyond the freezer with 8 smart new strategies and more than 150 recipes for the time-pressed cook.
The Complete Make Ahead Cookbook by America's Test Kitchen
There's lots of dishes you'd like to make ahead, only the recipe doesn't tell you how to store it after baking-- or how to bake it after storing-- and not end up with a cold center or a soggy crust. The experts at America's Test Kitchen eliminate the guesswork with these company-worthy appetizers, roasts, and desserts.
Features over three hundred recipes for pre-prepared meals that can save time later, including dishes such as casseroles and desserts.
The Make Ahead Cookbook by Lydia Kessler
Hundreds of make-ahead meals that are satisfying and stress-free! Tired of thinking about what's for dinner? With The Make-Ahead Cookbook, you can whip up a week's worth of home-cooked dishes in just one day, so you never have to worry about getting meals into the oven. Offering more than 250 recipes, this book shows you how to make mouthwatering meals that can be made in advance and frozen until needed. Whether you're looking for breakfast, lunch, or dinner (or dessert!), each recipe includes step-by-step instructions for not only making the dish, but also reheating and assembling it, so that preparing a delicious meal is always simple, quick, and stress-free. You'll rediscover the satisfying taste of homemade meals with easy-to-prepare recipes like: Cinnamon Raisin Monkey Bread Basil and Mozzarella Stuffed Tomatoes Avocado Chicken Burgers Honey Mustard Baked Pork Chops Macadamia Chocolate Squares Complete with plenty of meal-planning tips, The Make-Ahead Cookbook helps your family create tasty dishes that are ready when you are!
Better Homes And Gardens Make Ahead Meals by Better Homes Better Homes and Gardens
Better Homes and Gardens Make-Ahead Meals is a must-have recipe collection for people looking to get a homemade dish on the table every night with ease. Filled with over 150 recipes and more than 100 gorgeous photos, plus tips and tricks for quick food prep and complete make-ahead meals, this book makes planning dinner easier than ever.
The Ultimate Make Ahead Cookbook by Joanne Watkinson
Make-ahead cookbook meals just got freezer friendly--now even more convenient. Make-ahead cookbook meals let you spend more time with your family and less time cooking. The Ultimate Make-Ahead Cookbook gives you delicious recipes for amazing meals that freeze well, so you can make them when you have time and eat them when you don't. Just an hour or two with this make-ahead cookbook is all you need to prepare an entire week's worth of fresh, homemade meals that your family will love. Two different techniques show you how to save time and money by creating several meals all at once. The batch cooking method takes just an extra 15 minutes to make four meals instead of one, while the prep now/cook later method is a super simple way to get a whole week's worth of meals into the freezer. This make-ahead cookbook includes: Ready fast--You'll always be just a few minutes away from a delicious meal with 125 tasty recipes like Chicken Enchilada Casserole and Sweet Thai Chili Sausages. Planned ahead--Complete meal plans give you step-by-step instructions to prepare mouthwatering meals for a weekend with company or big family feasts. Cook for everyone--Color-coded labels make it a snap to choose recipes for dietary restrictions, and easy-to-read nutritional info means you know exactly what you're preparing. Start prepping today and have a freezer full of ready-to-go meals whenever you want them with this make-ahead cookbook.
Not Your Mother S Make Ahead And Freeze Cookbook by Jessica Fisher
Our mothers—and grandmothers—put up food in the freezer to economize on time and money. In a recessionary environment and in a world of dual-job families, there’s even more reason to do so today. But we don’t have the same tastes as our moms. We eat a wider range of foods, drawing on a variety of ethnic and global cuisines, we include more produce and grains in our diets, and we use fewer processed and fatty foods. Jessica Fisher’s Not Your Mother’s Make-Ahead and Freeze Cookbook is the perfect guide for economical home cooks with any or all of these new tastes in foods that take well to freezing. Competing books on freezing sell strongly and steadily. Typically, they are based on a very specific plan—cooking for a family of four for a month ahead in an afternoon of work in the kitchen, for example. They offer orderly plans with decent, if largely unimaginative, food. Not Your Mother’s Make-Ahead and Freeze Cookbook offers two advantages over these books. First, Fisher lays out lots of easy-to-follow guidelines for diverse families with varying needs and desires, taking into account how long you want to spend in the kitchen—there are 2-hour, 4-hour, and daylong plans—as well as how far out ahead you want to cook for, the size of your household, the size of your freezer, your budget, and even your taste for one-dish meals versus multi-course meals. The emphasis is on facilitating flexibility without sacrificing clarity and ease-of-use. Second, Fisher’s 200 recipes deliver flavorful and healthy food in abundance. She takes readers beyond mom’s beef-pork-chicken triumvirate, with lots of ideas for lamb, fish, shellfish, and vegetarian main courses. There are homey and family-friendly dishes, like Cheddar Cheese Soup with Zucchini, Broccoli, and Carrots, or Crumb-Topped Cod Fillets, fancy dishes for company, like Seasoned Steak with Gorgonzola Herb Butter, and lots of globally inspired creations like Salsa Verde Beef, Red Lentil Dahl, and Hoisin-Glazed Salmon. While the emphasis is on dinner, there are breakfast and brunch recipes, too, and plenty of ideas for breads, quick breads, and desserts that freeze well. Ample sidebars address such matters as finding good freezer bags and containers, labeling frozen food, whether to invest in a new freezer, and how to thaw safely. The author’s story—cooking for a family of eight, including six home-schooled children under ten, and serving as the creator and writer of the popular blogs Life as Mom and Good Cheap Eats—fits the topic and the book perfectly. Fisher is a woman who knows all about budgeting time and money efficiently, at the same time serving up delicious food with warmth, love, and an appreciation for the pleasures of the table.
Make Ahead Meals Made Healthy by Michele Borboa
Presents recipes for nutritious, healthy dishes which can be prepared ahead of time and frozen, with instructions on preparation and storage and including such options as appetizers, soups, stews, casseroles, side dishes, main courses, and desserts.
Make Ahead Cook Book by Sue Brownlee
Make Ahead Meals by Michael Smith
Cooking ahead is not only easy and affordable, it's a great way to save time and eat well! Life is busy and sometimes it's a challenge to get a healthy home-cooked meal on the table. Want to avoid the time pressure of cooking from scratch every day? Looking for fresh ways to save time in the kitchen and still turn out great-tasting meals? Michael Smith knows what you are up against and is here to help you keep time on your side in the kitchen. Make Ahead Meals is packed with over 100 time-saving recipes, including soups, stews, slow cooker favourites, casseroles, and more that take the stress out of cooking. You'll quickly discover it's easy to be a super-cook turning out wholesome meals in your own kitchen. You'll impress family and friends with make ahead dishes like Potato Bacon Cheddar Skillet, Beef Barley Kale Stew, Crockpot Chicken, Barley and Leeks, El Paso Shepherd's Pie, Chipotle Chicken Enchiladas, Fruit Muffins, and Orange Vanilla Pound Cake. Inside you'll find lots of recipes with plenty of ways to cook ahead, from prepping dishes so you can finish them in minutes when needed, to making full meals in advance and freezing them for later. Every recipe features ideas and tips on how to cook ahead to save time when you really need it, along with specific storage instructions. You don't need hours to make great-tasting, healthy meals. Prepping or cooking ahead is the best way to save time and reduce the pressure when you are short on time! From the Trade Paperback edition.