Thursday, March 12, 2009

Hospitality Out of the Home

Question:  Do you have a go-to meal that you make when you take dinner to someone? I would love to have 2-3 dishes that can be my standard "baby meal." In the past, I've made a big pasta salad (this is great in the summer when it's hot) or Pioneer Woman's chicken spaghetti, but would love another suggestion or two. Other ladies in my church have the rotisserie chicken and roast departments covered. :)

What do you take? If you have been brought a meal for a new baby or illness what have you enjoyed the most?

I have so been blessed by this ministry at my church - after the birth of each of my girls and after my husband broke his elbow last year and required unexpected surgery. This is one small way that as a mama to littles (where it's sometimes hard to do something) I can show I care.

Thoughts?

PS. I was moving some blog posts this morning so please forgive me if you get all sorts of random posts in your feed reader. I need to do some bloggy maintenance at some point and keep putting it off!

2 comments:

  1. A lot of times I take a crockpot recipe all mixed up in a ziplock and ready for them to either go ahead and use or freeze for later.

    Another easy dish is swiss steak that simmers on the stove top for a while so you don't have to fuss over it, (plus it reheats well).

    Swiss Chicken, because I can make it up ahead of time and freeze in an aluminum foil tray and I can just pull it out for whenever I need it.

    I don't have links to the recipes because I'm spouting this off the top of my head, but I'd be glad to pull them together for you if you're interested.

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  2. Enchiladas! Easy and yummy.

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