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Fix, Freeze, Feast has been getting great reviews by newspapers, food columnists, podcasters and food bloggers across the nation!

Showcase Minnesota
"Co-author of Fix, Freeze, Feast, Kati Neville, teaches time-starved home cooks how to take advantage of bulk savings by shopping wisely; converting food purchases into delicious, healthful family dinners; and labeling and storing the meals for easy access."... [more]
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Broadcast June 02, 2008, Showcase Minnesota, KARE 11 TV

Daily Bite: Buy in bulk, freeze in bulk
"I love the concept of “Fix, Freeze, Feast,” a new cookbook by Kati Neville and Lindsay Tkacsik (Storey, $14.95)."... [more]

Published: May 29th, 2008, The Stew, Chicago Tribune Web Edition

Stocking up
"Turn a 6-pound package of boneless top sirloin into three entrees of Shanghai Stir-fry. "... [more]

by Kathie Smith, Blade Food Editor
Published: May 21st, 2008, The Toledo Blade

PROFESSIONAL RECIPE: Basil-balsamic chops
"Tkacsik, who lives in Bellingham with her husband and three daughters, has dabbled in it all — working full-time, working part-time, having the kids in “brick and mortar” school and homeschooling, and every combination of these."... [more]

Published: March 2, 2008, The Bellingham Herald

Manic Mommies - Fix, Freeze, Feast
Listen to Kati chat with Kristin and Erin about saving money on groceries, picky eaters, Fix, Freeze, Feast and more on the Manic Mommies podcast.

by Kristin and Erin
Published: March 02, 2008, Manic Mommies

Make-ahead meals that work for cooks with tight schedules
"The Lemon-Lavender Butter Cookies made seven dozen fragrant tea cookies in one batch, which we pulled out over the next week to bake fresh for a child's class party, a church coffee hour and a book-club meeting. Handy."... [more]

by Kate Shatzkin, Sun Reporter
Published: February 27, 2008, The Baltimore Sun and March 9th
March 9th, 2008, South Florida
March 12th, 2008, Allentown Morning Call
March 13th, 2008, Hartford Courant

Stretch your food dollar and learn how to keep costs down
"In Fix Freeze Feast by Kati Neville and Lindsay Tkacsik (Storey, $14.95), you can turn a tray of boneless chicken breasts into three entrees of Chicken-Broccoli Bake or 12 servings of Chicken Cordon Bleu. Use what you can for the evening meal and freeze the rest."... [more]

by Kathie Smith, Blade Food Editor
Published: February 19, 2008, The Toledo Blade

Tequila-Lime Chicken
Better TV -- See Kati prepare Tequila-Lime Chicken from Fix, Freeze, Feast for Better.TV's Kimberly Maus.
by Better.TV
Published: February 15, 2008, Better.TV

A Chat With Hipster Nev
More Hip Than Hippie - Listen to Kati chat with Val and Dori on the More Hip Than Hippie podcast, #137 - A Chat with Hipster Nev.

by Val and Dori
Published: February 13, 2008, More Hip Than Hippie Podcast

The Big Freeze: Cookbook focuses on preparing dishes to be served at a later date
"...This clever volume calls for large quantities of ingredients, perfect for the warehouse shopper who wants to save a little money. The final products are divvied up into containers and put into deep chill, each resulting in at least two or three meals of four servings each. The subtitle says it all: ’Prepare in bulk and enjoy by the serving.’"... [more]

by Tom Mentzer
Published: February 4th, 2008, Scripps Howard News Service
February 14th, 2008, The Detroit News
February 20th, 2008, Winston-Salem Journal
March 4th, 2008, Abilene Online ReporterNews

Freezer makes it easy to plan ahead
"...A particularly clever bit is the section of freezer labels with cooking instructions to copy onto labels or on plain paper to tape to the freezer bags. No looking back to the cookbook! That makes it very simple for someone else to complete the dish.
There are all sorts of applications for these meals: Take them when you go to the mountains or the coast for the weekend; take them to someone who is unable to cook for themselves; take some as a gift for new parents. Stock a freezer for a college student. Prepare for a party."...[more]

by Kim Davaz
Published: January 9th, 2008, The Register-Guard

Books For Cooks
"If you resolved to cook more at home in 2008, "Fix, Freeze and Feast" can help. The authors can help you take bulk groceries from supermarkets and warehouse clubs and turn them into freezer meals that can be put on the table in a snap."...[more]

by Lorie Hutson
Published: January 2nd, 2008, The Spokesman Review