The Great Spring Melt
Friday 8th of April 2011 07:30 AM
By Kim L. Fritzemeier
KFRM Central Kansas Reporter
Farm Wife along the Stafford/Reno County Line
RIP, my poor back porch freezer.
When I went to the freezer last Sunday night to get my sugar free fudgesicle, the only thing hard about the little plastic package was the stick.
Uh oh! Not a good sign. Thankfully, however, I had just been in the freezer the night before, so most of the food still had ice crystals and survived the great spring melt.
Since a pan of enchiladas was already in defrost mode, I stuck it in the refrigerator and then served it the next day.
At least my vital equipment is less expensive than Randy's. And at least my freezer's untimely death happened before this year's new beef was stashed in the freezer.
Obviously, this enchilada recipe freezes well. When I make enchiladas, I usually do extras so I can stash some in the freezer for busy days ... or for days when I clean out the freezer.
Just for the record, I don't know Joyce of Joyce's Enchilada fame. But it's from a Rural Electric Association cookbook. And we all know rural gals can cook. Enjoy!