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  Subject :Sending suppers
02/01/2011 09:24 
Happy
Joined: 01/25/2011 14:08
Posts: 1
I was asked to make supper for my freind who just had a baby, she has been getting suppers all week what can i make thats different yet delicious?
  Subject :Re:Sending suppers
02/01/2011 15:49 
dev
Joined: 12/15/2010 18:41
Posts: 9
Last night i made the most delicous chicken posted by cookmama Recipe #571. (it's listed as veal chops in white wine)
You can make it with veal chops or chicken cutlets. I made it with chicken cutlets and i cooked it for less amount of time(one hour covered and ten min uncovered) It's delicous, and really not difficult to make.
For side dishes you can make rosmarie potatoes which goes very well with any sort of chicken. and breaded green beans.
Last Edited On: 02/01/2011 16:06 By Dumbledore [Admin] - Reason: Linked recipe
  Subject :Re:Sending suppers
02/01/2011 15:58 
Doctor
Joined: 12/14/2010 20:55
Posts: 22
Why dont you go for milchigs? They probably got chicken cutlets a whole week. You could do a salmon stir fry with lasagna or quiche, and a roasted veg salad. Then some delicious choc mousse for desert!!!
  Subject :Re:Sending suppers
02/02/2011 10:10 
CookMama
Joined: 12/13/2010 19:47
Posts: 59
If she has other children at home, why don't you offer to just take her children out to eat fast food. This way it's easier on you and as a mother myself, I find having quiet is so much better than the most delicious supper a friend sends. The kids will surely be much happier and mother and father could just eat simple food that night; egg omelet, leftovers etc.. Getting sent supper still needs someone to feed them and clean up afterwards-let alone not like what was sent to them.
  Subject :Re:Sending suppers
02/07/2011 10:41 
chossid
Joined: 02/01/2011 00:28
Posts: 9
The person who is co-ordinating the meals should also try to get some variation in. A recent experience showed the mother getting menu print-outs for each night (ahead of time) so she knew if supper would be milchig, fleishig, or pareve -- which was very smart and considerate. But almost every meal was either lasagna, mac and cheese, or chicken. If you know how to cook, and can give the family some variety, I imagine it would be appreciated, as long as they are not fussy eaters.
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