dinners for freezing
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I should have mentioned that I have tried every type of Sharpie and CD marking pen in existence. The dry-erase board marker seemed to lay on the thickest line and didn't *immediately* break up into tiny, fractured ink drops but it's gone after the first freezer shuffle - it flakes right off.
Sharpies only work as long as you dry each box very thoroughly with an absolutely dry paper towel in a room with low relative humidity and you write almost immediately after wiping. As soon as the marker tip begins to wick up even a little water, it's lights out.
I thought china markers, a.k.a. grease pencils would work, but they hardly leave a mark on the surface of a waxed carton. I have a Marks-a-lot that's so big, you can hardly write two words with it without nearly pbutting out from the fumes, but it, too suffers from the same problem. The slightest bit of condensation and the pen tip gets wet and will write no more.
I occasionally see labels stuck to frozen food cartons by the grocer that appear to have been stuck on after the boxes were frozen (the box apparently was accidentally slit or broken open and they used a label to re-close it). There must be some sort of freezer-friendly label stock I can use or someone out there who's found something that works. Arrrgh! I've spent a lot of time at Google without much luck. :-(
-- Bobby G.