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    23 October 2008



    Oh I would absolutely love the recipe! Despite not long since having had dinner, my mouth is watering at the sight of those pies. I love cooking for the freezer although ours really isn't big enough for huge batches, especially since we by meath monthly from Riverford that takes up quite a bit of space. But I have been filling the spaces recently with home-made veg soup and lots of stewed apple, as I was given a huge bag of apples that needed to be dealt with. Love the satisfaction of a full freezer.

    Lucy @ Attic24

    oh, these looks absolutely right up my foodie street...delish!
    had to laugh at your hands Sarah, lol, not just me then, Ali was right, EVERYones hands look wrinkled in macro mode!


    Anne Bebbington

    I batch cook for my freezer a huge amount - it started when I was pregnant with my first (17 years ago) and I cooked double of everything to freeze half for easy meals once the baby had arrived. I have a great big catering size stew pan and cook up great big panfuls of chilli, bolognaise, cottage pie base etc in family meal size servings x 6 or 8. I also have a giant casserole which I use to make multiple sets of casseroles or curries in the oven and then freeze those in five people sized servings. I work term time only and so cook up all these delights in the school holidays and it means that I only have to cook spuds, pasta, rice and or veg fresh to go with them each evening. Saves me loads of time and stress at the end of busy days

    Jodie Ramer

    where do you get the tins:

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