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I requested this as a bonus based on the reviews on the website, and I'm so glad someone bought it for me!! EVERY recipe I've tried has been delicious, the only complaints being that I hadn't doubled the recipe so they could eat more. The recipes are nicely organized according to type (meat base, breakfast food, slow cooker meal, etc.), and laid out well on the page. Ms. Larsen has also included some dozens in cuisine, including Asian, Indian, Mexican, and Mediterranean styles as well as American favorites.I especially love that ingredient lists don't give impossible ingredients or ridiculous measurements; i.e., it says "1 onion, sliced" instead of something like "3/4 cup sliced onion". Lists are also provided for tripling recipes, which makes composing a shopping list a small simpler. And I also like that Ms. Larsen provided instructions both for cooking the recipe right away and also for preparing ahead of time and freezing. This makes the book very flexible.I've not yet frozen any of the meals for later - our freezer isn't huge enough to handle it - but I did prepare a pan of Simple Lasagna the day before I required it and I refrigerated it. I followed the "made-ahead" instructions the next and it was absolutely fabulous. (I also think the cream cheese in the mixture adds something to the taste and consistency. I never would have thought of cream cheese in beef lasagna.)Something else I like is the use of herbs and the relative non-use of salt and sugars. I prepared the Chicken Cassoulet one day and the fast soak way for the beans did not work (but then I've personally not had any success with dry beans so far). However, the herbs and other flavors in the cassoulet were so wonderful, we ate all the leftovers, in spite of the crunchy beans. I'll probably soak beans overnight next time I test this recipe, but I was still impressed that the recipe tasted unbelievable despite me flubbing it up. Some recipes do call for fatty things - like the Turkey Meatballs and Couscous which uses alfredo sauce and swiss cheese (and is divinely delicious) - but I imagine you could tweak these recipes to search what works for metimes the prep can take an hour or so for a recipe; if you do the "marathon" (i.e. "once-a-month") cooking session, this might dovetail with other recipes you are preparing and be less time overall. Or, you could prep the ingredients one day and then cook the next, which I sometimes do. Regardless, the prep is definitely worth sum, I heartily recommend this book to anyone who wants delicious and varied homecooked meals. It is filled with quality recipes and has definitely given me more options for food planning.
We are family of 4 with 2 children under age 2. Dad works nights and needs to grab pre-fixed meals to take with him for lunches. Mom's home alone during the day and can not be doing actual cooking with 2 babies running around the kitchen. We love this book. We don't do the prep once a month. Instead we do it about once a week or once every 2 weeks, either after the babies are asleep, or with a babysitter present. We simply choose about 7-10 recipes that sound amazing and spend a few hours preparing them. Some go in the fridge and some in the freezer. There are few recipes that we haven't enjoyed, but for the most part they are delicious.I have read reviews of other freezer food books where there were complaints about the pre-cooked meal thawing out as mushy and bland. I have not had this issue with any of the recipes. I like this book because the majority of the recipes are designed to be pre-cooked and then simply reheated when you need them. As I mentioned, for our lifestyle, this is exactly what we need. Unfortunately I can not do the type of meals that are simply pre-assembled raw and then frozen for cooking later. I am so grateful for this book!
The Everything Meals For A Month Cookbook by Linda Larsen includes a varied and delightful selection of freezer recipes. What truly makes Laren's cookbook unique is how she offers a primary recipe that in two various quantities. For example the Lemon Chicken recipe is written to serve either 4 or 12 people. The ingredients list is given on the side of the page with the recipe directions shown on the main me of the recipes you will search in her cookbook include:Slow Cooker Turkey BreastShrimp NewburgApple Glazed Pork RoastBeef CarbonadePineapple-Orange PoundcakeRecommend.