Freezers Minot ND

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(701) 857-1228
2400 10Th St Sw -Dakota Sq Ml
Minot, ND
Mon-Fri:8am -7pm
Sat:8am -7pm
Sun:9am -5pm

(701) 857-1223
2400 10Th St Sw
Minot, ND
Mon-Fri:10am -9pm
Sat:10am -8pm
Sun:12am -6pm

Bargain Hut Market Furniture & Appliance Llc
(701) 833-9180
1625 27th St Se
Minot, ND
Tim'S Appliance Service Inc
(701) 839-0821
PO Box 3142
Minot, ND
Maytag - Advantage Appliance
(701) 838-9400
1224 4th Ave Nw
Minot, ND
Arrowhead Ace Hardware
(701) 839-6166
1600 2nd Ave SW
Minot, ND
Minot Appliance Repair Inc
(701) 838-7869
2000 Lakeside St
Minot, ND
E & T Appliance Inc
(701) 838-9641
515 20th Ave SE Suite 12
Minot, ND
Broadway Used Furniture & Appliance
(701) 839-5100
2031 N Broadway
Minot, ND
The Home Depot
4700 17th Avenue SW
Fargo, ND
Mon-Sat: 6:00am-9:00pm
Sun: 12:00pm-8:00pm

Make and freeze meals for parties

Whether your holiday dinner or party is casual or formal, one of the best ways to minimize last-minute effort and entertaining stress is, of course, to prepare and freeze fresh foods, party appetizers, entrees, or desserts in advance.

Of course, you can't just wrap food and pop it into the freezer if you want it to be party-perfect. But you can follow these simple guidelines, adapted from two University of Missouri excellent resources: "Freezer Problem Solver," and "Freezing Home-Prepared Foods."

Freezer Basics

Optimal temperature for freezing–Your freezer should be at a constant temperature of 0 degrees F. or less. At warmer temperatures, color, flavor, and texture will suffer.

Freeze fresh food at its best–Freezing won't improve quality; select only top-quality fruits and vegetables at the peak of ripeness and freshness.

Leave enough room–Leave room at the top of freezer containers to allow for expansion of food as it freezes. If you're freezing vegetables that pack loosely, such as broccoli, this is not necessary.

Changed your mind?–Took out too much, or decided not to serve a particular frozen item, after all? You can re-freeze food if it still has ice crystals on it, or if it has been refrigerated for no more than two days at 40 degrees F. or below. However, the quality of the re-frozen food may not be as good as it originally was. A major exception to the re-freeze rule: Seafood. Don't refreeze it, even if it has ic...

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