Tricks of the Trade: Meals for Others

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Are you ever asked to help provide meals for others? Or perhaps you have helped to organize meals for others. I personally LOVE when I get the chance to do this. Typically a baby is born or someone is in the hospital – but whatever the reason is the need is still there and it’s great to be able to help provide that!

I wanted to share with you today a few recipes that I have used  in the past (and some I plan to use) for these occasions. Some of these could be made ahead of time and kept in your freezer if you do this often. If not, they are typically pretty quick to make.

If you are ever asked to organize meals I wanted to share with you 2 websites that help make the job a little bit easier. They are Food Tidings and Care Calendar. I’ve personally used Food Tidings and it was VERY helpful in organzing meals. All you have to do is create a log in, create a new schedule by answering some questions and then invite people to sign up to bring meals via email. It’s very simple and easy to use and helps avoid the stress of keeping all the sign ups and dates in order – plus you odn’t get multiple sign ups for the same night! I totally recommend checking it out AND passing it on to your church if they organize meals like mine does!

(Thanks to $5 Dinners & Once a Month Mom for some of these recipes)

(No information on this post was sponsored – simply my opinion and ideas shared with you! I will always tell you if something was sponsored!)

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Aimee   |  Tricks of the Trade   |  11/03/09    |   

One Response to “Tricks of the Trade: Meals for Others”

  1. Thanks so much for this. I have so many friends that are having babies and will need meals brought to them and I can never think of what to make for them.

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