Join Date: Nov 2003
Sportbike: 01 F4i (Well, I HAD one, anyway)
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Oh the joys of freezer ownership
My husband's grandmother recently went into assisted living, so we inherited her very nice, fairly new stand up freezer. Considering we have been getting by with small fridge/frezeer combo for a while, the extra space is welcomed.
It is currently stocked with 30 strips, aged, and driven in from Hereford, and my ice cream and ice pop makers, so that they can always be on hand to make frozen concoctions. Oh, and jam. Tasty jam from Oregon. But, there is tons of extra space.
What kinds of stuff do you keep on hand in your freezer that keeps well? Tips? Tricks? Homemade goodies that freeze well for use later?
I was thinking I'd make a bunch of dough (bread, pie, pizza), some casseroles, and some batches of sauce (tomato, bbq, salsa, etc). There's also an awesome dairy that's not too close to us and I was thinking of bringing back a bunch of milk and freezing it-- anyone ever try that?