Do you love the idea of pulling a meal out of the freezer on a busy day? Does your family enjoy eating chicken? Do you need some recipe inspiration?
As many of you already know, Kate and I have spent the last couple of months revising our previously released book, 40 Simple Ways to Use 40 Pounds of Chicken, into an even better resource for all of you. The result is The Ultimate Guide to Freezer Friendly Meals: 32 tried-and-true recipes that are both easy to prepare and freeze well. This eBook is designed to guide you through the planning process and give you the tools, recipes and inspiration you need to successfully turn a large amount of boneless, skinless chicken breast into meals that will help feed your family for months to come.
This eBook is the perfect resource for those of you who have received or are picking up a box (or two) of Zaycon chicken this week. Forty pounds of chicken can be a bit overwhelming, and this eBook will help you figure out a game plan.
And because we know you all love a great deal, we’ve lowered the price of the new-and-improved edition to just $3.99!
We are giving away a copy of The Ultimate Guide to Freezer Friendly Meals to ten Frugal Living NW readers!
To enter this giveaway, just leave a comment on this post. Make sure you leave a valid email address that you check daily. The winner will have 48 hours to respond to the email or I will select another winner. This giveaway will close and 10 winners randomly selected at Noon on Tuesday, October 18.
If you took advantage of the free offer from last week, I have now sent out all the qualified copies. If you believe you met the requirements but have not received the link, please check your spam folder in the email account you provided. If it’s not there, email me at freezerfriendly at gmail dot com. I will do my best to verify and re-send the eBook another way as some accounts are not receiving the download link from ejunkie (the program I use). I will do it as quickly as I can, but please understand that this is a time-consuming process and I am trying to fit the emailing in my schedule. Thanks for your patience!
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