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  1. Karen Weber

    Karen Weber Member Gold Member

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    I would like some information on a cooking class called "Power Cooking". Is this a type of Investment Cooking Class. I've heard of one class that is being offered where there is no cooking being done at the show. Does anyone have any information on this that can be either forwarded to me or listed in the flyer section. Has anyone personally done a Power Cooking Class?

    Thanks,

    Karen
     
    Feb 12, 2006
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  2. Sk8Mom209

    Sk8Mom209 Advanced Member Gold Member

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    Me to please

    Chris Manion references this show on her website and states she will add 2-3 meals to your freezer.

    Any information regarding this type of show would be appreciated.
     
    Feb 26, 2006
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  3. fruit76loop

    fruit76loop Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Here is the information...

    I got from Chris Manion at Leadership! I have done a few Power Cooking shows and they are nice for a change! I usually do a couple chicken freezer meals, then I do the fast family fajitas with all the prep work done! This way I can still do my shows in under 50 minutes!
     

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    Feb 26, 2006
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  4. Shawnna

    Shawnna Senior Member Gold Member

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    Thanks for the information. I haven't had a chance to look over it yet, but have been wanting this type of info for PC. I recently had a HomeMade Gourmet show. The consultant did 4 meals in 4 minutes. It was very interesting and they were delicious. This is what she did...

    I bought 24 frozen chicken breasts. At the show she divided them into 4 meals. They stayed frozen. She added 1 of her seasoning and a can of something...depended on the seasoning...to the bag. Squished it all around in the bag to distribute it evenly. She wrote on the bag the name of the recipe. It went back into the freezer. Now I can take the Zip Loc bag out of the freezer, dump it...still frozen...into my crockpot in the morning when I leave for work and cook it on low all day. When I get home my dinner is finished. I heat up some corn or green beans, make some tea. It was super easy.
     
    Feb 26, 2006
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  5. smarteez2

    smarteez2 Advanced Member Gold Member

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    Also...

    If you need more recipes go onto yahoo.com and type Freezer Cooking into the search engine. You will be amazed at what is at there!!
     
    Feb 26, 2006
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  6. Sk8Mom209

    Sk8Mom209 Advanced Member Gold Member

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    Thanks!

    This information is awesome. This is definitely something I will be trying out at my house! Working fulltime, with a teenager and a 3 years and doing PC leaves little time for cooking. This is awesome and many of the recipes look like they could be dumped in a crockpot and cooked all day while I am at work.

    Thanks again.
     
    Feb 26, 2006
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  7. Karen Weber

    Karen Weber Member Gold Member

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    Thanks so much for all the information on Power Cooking!

    Karen
     
    Feb 27, 2006
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  8. pchefinski

    pchefinski Advanced Member

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    They have crockpot liner bags that are REALLY nice to use. You could put your food inside these, then put inside a ziploc freezer bag to keep fresh. When you put it in the crockpot you'd just have to put the crockpot liner in. Cleanup is insanely easy (like swish of water and you're done!), and you can reuse your ziploc bags over and over.
     
    Feb 27, 2006
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