Welcome to my freezer!
I’m Deborah (“Debi”) Taylor-Hough, author of several popular books including Frugal Living For Dummies®
and Frozen Assets: How to Cook for a Day and Eat for a Month (among others).
For a complete list of my books (including links to order from Amazon.com), go to: Information About My Books
You can also visit me online at …
- My business site: www.Simplemom.com
- My personal blog: Life: The Journey
- My simplicity/homemaking blog: The Original Simple Mom
The following is quoted from a media press release sent out several years ago:
Washington-state resident, Deborah Taylor-Hough, saved $24,000 on her family’s total grocery bills during the past five years. “I used to spend $700 per month on groceries and food-related expenses for our family of five, but now I spend around $300. By saving $400 a month, it multiplied out to an overwhelming figure when I did the math,” says Taylor-Hough.
The successful money-saving trick Taylor-Hough discovered was cooking her regular family meals ahead for the freezer. Her method has been so successful, the book she wrote on the topic, Frozen Assets: How to Cook for a Day and Eat for a Month, has been a bestseller on Amazon.com for several years.
Taylor-Hough said, “Cooking in bulk has become my part-time job — it’s actually allowed me to stay home full-time with my kids.”
Cooking for the freezer helps her to plan ahead, purchase items in bulk, cut down on waste, and stop those all-too-frequent trips to the local drive-thru. “Plus,” she says, “my kids aren’t on a first name basis with the pizza delivery man anymore!”
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