Not Your Mother’s Make-Ahead and Freeze Cookbook: NOT Unavailable

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Not Your Mother's Make-Ahead and Freeze Cookbook: NOT Unavailable

It is cheesy or self-serving that I recommend my own book for a Christmas gift? I’ll be honest, I’ve been giving them as gifts. I’m not absolutely certain that all the recipients are using them, but I think most of them are.

It’s no secret that this book is near and dear to my heart. It’s my first literary child, plus it’s full of yummy goodness.

Over the weekend it was hard to find, though. Some of the links on Amazon broke and so folks searching for the paperback  version of the book met with a “currently unavailable” notice.

Tonight I’m happy to report that Not Your Mother’s Make-Ahead and Freeze Cookbook is back on the virtual shelf, so you can order away to your heart’s content. Currently, the paperback is available for $13.59 (list price is $16.99). With free shipping, this is a pretty good deal, if I do say so myself. 😉

You can also purchase the book on Kindle for $9.99. Don’t forget that Kindle books make great gifts. (Not sure how to gift an ebook? Check out this post.)

If you give #nymfreezer as a gift this season, consider printing out the additional freezer cooking plans that correspond to the book. Print out any corresponding recipes that aren’t in the book and bundle them as a bonus gift to give with the cookbook.

There’s my 2 cents.

What’s a cookbook that you’ve enjoying giving or getting?

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  1. Congrats on your cookbook!!

  2. I keep checking it out from the library! I should break down and buy it 🙂 I printed out the holiday baking plan a while ago, and today we did 2 types of cookies and cranberry bread. So yummy! Thanks!

  3. Love the cookbook. Checked it out from Lib about 4 times then I finally bought it. When is the next one coming out. You need to post where you eat in Santa Barbara, I grew up there. I go back home every couple of weekend so kids can go see gram.

    • A lot of our SB places, like Brigitte’s, Pavlako’s, and Barcliff and Bair, aren’t there anymore. Last time we went to a true SB place, we went to Super Rica. So yummy and just like we remember it.

      What high school did you go to? My husband went to SMHS and I taught there later….

  4. I love your cookbook! I pre-ordered it and it was worth the wait. My family loves the stuffed shells but I use chicken due to a food allergy. Just made the red sauce again this week, froze in 1 cup and 3 cup portions. Great for pasta dishes and pizza. I love components that work with many meals. Great recipes that use a reasonable number of ingredients I usually have in my pantry.

  5. I bought two copies of your cookbook! One for myself and the other for a gift possibly! Great book to have!

  6. We’ve made two of the vegetarian meals from your book and loved them, so glad to see meatless options 🙂

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