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New Cookbook! Meals In a Jar

It seems simple enough, having a meal ready and waiting for you. So simple that giant food companies have been doing this for years, preparing meals that you just pop in the oven. A classic example is the  “TV Dinner” that originated in the mid-twentieth century; typically a TV dinner is frozen, and goes into the oven solid as a rock for about  half an hour to 45 minutes. Then in the eighties we got microwavable dinners that still hog a large part of the market.

But Julie Languille,  a Seattle based homemaker who owns a dinner planning website, Dinners in a Flash, has come up with a great idea and and a great book; Meals In a Jar-Quick and Easy, Just-Add-Water, Homemade Recipes.  Continue »