There are many ways of preserving food. You can can it or you can dehydrate it, but if you have a freezer, you have a world of possibilities. The freezer is not just for storing your meat and TV dinners anymore.
I am going to pass on some of my mother's and my aunt's "secret recipes" that they used to make for us. All can be made and frozen then reheated.
How long can you keep the bananas with peels on before you could no longer use them?
My recipe called for only 1/2 cup tomato sauce. Can I safely freeze the remainder of the can in half cup portions for future use? And if so, for how long will it retain its goodness?
If I freeze seafood chowmein from Mark's and Spencer's, will it make me ill? It says not suitable for home freezing.
I am 68 and get out very little so I do alot of shopping at one time. I just bought the NutriBullet and would like to spend a few hours and make enough drinks for a week and then freeze them.
Instead of cooking daily, why not cook in bulk. Items like rice, meat, poultry, lentils and beans can be frozen after it is cooked.
Can you freeze sangria? I know vodka does not freeze, what about brandy?
Can you mix and freeze together onions, green peppers, garlic, oil, salt, and culantro/recao (also known as Mexican coriander)?
This is a guide about freezing casseroles. Making and freezing casseroles ahead of time can help make meals easier and faster on days when your schedule is overly busy.
I froze several gallon bags of peeled and chopped potatoes for hashbrowns. When I thawed them out they turned black. Should I throw them out or is there away to use them?
I make a hash brown potato recipe that calls for Hellmans mayo in it. I have leftovers. Can I freeze the leftovers?
Can a baked stuffed potato be frozen successfully?