THE FREEZER COOKBOOK by Charlotte Erickson

THE FREEZER COOKBOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

There have been enough freezer cookbooks in paperback and magazine supplements to lay up til Armageddon, but as the fancy price would indicate, this one is intended as a basic guide once the freezer--independent or refrigerator unit-is accepted as a contributing factor to ""easy"" economical cookery. Mrs. Erickson handles the peripheral planning hints very well (even has a quickie silver cleaning tip and a boost for a product named Clearjel) and the freezing procedures and recipes are explicit enough. However, beware of freezaphobia (the compulsion to stock the freezer)--blithe dinners make for busy mornings!

Pub Date: July 17th, 1968
Publisher: Chilton