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Terror behind the freezer door or Finding good recipes in a pinch

Saturday, February 01, 2014

You may have seen my status about my freezer. It was working Sunday as I went shopping and stocked it. It's in the garage so I don't access it every day. I was cooking lunch today and needed something. The light was on the door, not revealing the terror behind it.
It was not freezing and some of the foods, such as frozen vegetables, were unfrozen or a bit crunchy.
It appears something died in the motor.

Oh, boy!

I have had a cooking marathon today and I will gift my DD and SIL with a fully cooked dinner, made lunch for 5 days next week and cooked dinner for tonight. I have been checking sparkrecipes.com to find what else I can do with the thawed vegetables because I really hate to throw them out. If I cook now I can use for a week or if I finally have room, place the cooked food in my kitchen freezer.
Don't suggest I try new things out on DH, I'll be making things for me.

I was Mentally Tough, guys, and came right in my allowance for today...even with all this food passing by!
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  • MORTICIAADDAMS
    I hate when the fridge and freezers go out. Such a pain!! Sounds like you coped well.
    2259 days ago
  • ROXYZMOM
    Oh, goodness! /thank God you caught it when you did!!
    2259 days ago
  • IAMWINNING
    emoticon Oh NO! Well, sorta oh, no. I'm glad you discovered the problem before you would have had to throw out all the food, but I'm sorry it was a problem to begin with. Here's hoping you can soon get it repaired or replaced. How every nice of you to share with others. Wishing you well.
    2259 days ago
  • no profile photo CD4653029
    An unfreezing freezer is always bad news! It sounds like you have been a very busy cook today. I hope that it all works out for you!
    2259 days ago
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