Kati Neville is the coauthor of Fix, Freeze, Feast with Lindsay Ahrens. They are both big fans of freezer meals and speak widely about the method with community groups, parenting classes, and at libraries. They have written recipes for Costco's annual cookbooks and articles for Everyday with Rachael Ray. Neville lives in Tualatin, Oregon. Lindsay Tkacsik is the co-author, with Kati Neville, of Fix, Freeze, Feast. They are both big fans of freezer meals and speak widely about the method with community groups, parenting classes, and at libraries. They have written recipes for Costco's annual cookbooks and articles for Everyday with Rachael Ray. She lives in the Pacific Northwest and works for the Bellingham Public Schools.
"If you resolved to cook more at home in 2008, Fix, Freeze and Feast can help...In addition to recipes they also have tips for organizing your shopping list, packaging meals and preventing freezer burn."Spokane Spokesman-Review
"If one of your New Year's resolutions is to eat home-cooked meals as a family more often, Fix Freeze, Feast could be just the help you need to accomplish that... Fix Freeze Feast" won't guarantee getting a scattered family home for dinner more often, but it will definitely make it much easier to get the meal on the table."The Register-Guard (Eugene, Ore.)
"Not so much a cookbook as a bulk-saving survival guide for harried cooks everywhere."Northern Virginia Magazine
"Fix, Freeze, Feast is a smart book to keep on the shelf... There's nothing like a hot meal after a long, hard day at work, especially if all the work was done weeks ago!"
Scripps News Service
"[Fix, Freeze, Feast] delivers some yummy new recipes that are easily stored and don't look or taste like frozen meals when they're served days later... Fix Freeze Feast promises to ease the stress of cooking and ensure that you're well fed, with hearty meals, throughout the week or month."
lhj.com (Ladies Home Journal)
"The authors do a great job offering clear instructions for the cooking, an important final step that is too often left to guesswork."
(Memphis) Commercial Appeal