17 responses to “Parchment Paper Cookbook Giveaway”

  1. Alexandra Grabbe

    I have been following Brette’s blog, so was very excited when she announced the publication of this cookbook. I love the idea of making no mess in the kitchen!

  2. Jennifer Souza

    What a great idea!

    My favorite trick was to cook dinner as soon as lunch was over so that I could hang out with the kids after school. Doing the work after lunch was much faster and easier than trying to do it with hungry, tired kids underfoot!

  3. Anne Houston

    I like to have a “family cooking together” afternoon or evening where we cook huge batches of some dish, and then put single nights worth in freezer containers for reheating. It’s a good way to pass on information on nutrition, food preparation, and just chat about what’s on everyone’s mind. Then, on busy nights, we can pull out enough for that meal, microwave it and sometimes remember things we discussed the night we made it that have slipped through the cracks (like plans for a garden, or a special treat outing).

  4. Anne Houston

    FB page share (Anne Nelson) & Tweeted it too! Hope I win!

  5. Kate @ Teaching What Is Good

    Well, this sounds so fun!!! And what a great idea for a Christmas gift too!!!

  6. Kate @ Teaching What Is Good

    Facebooked shared (there has GOT to be a better way to say that!! ;-D)…

  7. Kate @ Teaching What Is Good

    Tweeted.

  8. Joan

    What a fun idea for cooking. I’d love to take a look at this one.

  9. Charmaine Fenske

    Sounds neat, but isn’t the paper expensive? Can it be re used? I shared it on my wall.

  10. AM

    My only trick is to clean as you go. Less cleanup at the end. I haven’t used parchment paper. Anything that helps with cleanup is fine with me!

  11. AM

    Also tweeted this.

  12. Lynn @ Sit. Stay. Cook.

    Get everything in place before starting the cooking process, and clean up as you go along – those are the secrets to stress-free cooking!

  13. Tatyanna Wilkinson

    Hi Jan,

    One of the best meals I ever had out was salmon with julienne string beans and many spices. It was cooked in parchment. I recently bought Parchment Paper in hopes of using it more.

    I specialize in three things: delicious 20 minute meals and slooooow cooked soups and oven baked meals. Would love to check out this cookbook for ideas.

  14. Teslaca
  15. Teslaca

    One thing I like to do to make mid-week dinners a bit easier and quicker is to prepare things in bulk on the weekends. I make longer cooking items like beans and brown rice and baked winter squash and store them in resealable bags in the freezer. A quick trip through the microwave or on the stove has these items ready to eat in moments. Otherwise, I wouldn’t eat these whole foods nearly as often!

  16. Brette Sember

    The paper is not expensive – $3.99 for 41 sq feet if you buy it at the grocery store. You can buy in bulk for much less! Check Amazon for that or Sam’s Club/Costco!

  17. Ursa Zimmer

    I like to have a “family cooking together” afternoon or evening where we cook huge batches of some dish, and then put single nights worth in freezer containers for reheating. It’s a good way to pass on information on nutrition, food preparation, and just chat about what’s on everyone’s mind. Then, on busy nights, we can pull out enough for that meal, microwave it and sometimes remember things we discussed the night we made it that have slipped through the cracks (like plans for a garden, or a special treat outing).
    +1

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