Hi all! I've started a new blog devoted to feasting from your freezer. It is called The Freezer Gourmet, and my hope is to share everything I've learned from OAMC (Once a Month Cooking). Although OAMC is kind of a misnomer for me--I generally do more mini sessions with one kind of meat. I have done full cooking days, but it is harder for me to fit that into my schedule--so a mini session works. I also do mini sessions when I do my monthly dinner swap. I make the same meal X amount of times (depending on how many people are participating in a given month) and freeze them. Depending on the type of meal, I can do this in one afternoon (for a marinade type meal), or two (for a casserole).
In December of last year, not only did my group do a dinner swap, but we also did a cookie swap. Cookies are another great thing to freeze--both the cookie dough, and the cookies themselves. In fact, the cookies from that swap graced school lunches for a couple of months into the new year.
If you are interested in freezer cooking, go check my blog out. I think you will be glad you did!