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A meal brought to your door on a night when you have no energy to cook says that someone is thinking of you. Are you overwhelmed at the thought of delivering a meal to another family? I used to be the same way. As a newlywed, a friend called and asked me if I would take a meal to another family. I agreed to do that and then panicked. I called my mom and arranged for her to prepare the meal I was supposed to deliver!
A simple pot of soup or a dish of pasta can be appreciated beyond words. Wondering what kind of Friend for lunch dinner to take? Hopefully, this post will inspire others to step outside their comfort zone and take a meal to someone near them in a time of need. Most meals can be delivered early in the day, if that is a better fit for your schedule and theirs!
Crock-Pot Chicken Fajitas. The fajita filling can be delivered in a disposable pan covered in foil, or in a large disposable plastic dish. Take along a stack of tortillas or a side of plain cooked rice or Spanish Rice for serving. Italian Red Wine Roast Beef. This recipe can be made in the crock-pot or in the oven.
Take along some mashed potatoesor boiled red potatoesalso in a metal pan covered with foil. A salad or some roasted broccoli or green beans is a great way to finish off the meal. Chicken Tetrazzini. My friend Lisa brought us a pan of this Chicken Tetrazzini after our second child was born. In the midst of our new baby fog and sleep deprivation, we managed to eat an absurd amount of this dish.
I can tell you for a fact the leftovers were fantastic for the next few days as well. Bake the pasta in a disposable pan and cover it tightly with foil when it comes out of the oven. Take along a Strawberry Spinach Salad or some bread for a meal that friends are certain to love.
Layer the salad into a large disposable pan and tuck a jar of salad dressing alongside it. These are some of the most popular casseroles that I deliver. Both can be made ahead of time and then just popped in the oven to bake when ready to eat. Prepare the casserole in a large disposable pan and cover with foil. We Friend for lunch dinner eating enchiladas with tortilla chips on the side, so a bag of chips pairs nicely with this meal delivery. I especially like meals like this, because you can double the recipe and feed your own family at the same time.
This is one of the easiest meals to make and to deliver. Place the warm chicken and sauce in a disposable metal pan tightly covered with foil or a plastic container with lid. Place the baked potatoes in a disposable metal pan and cover with foil. Pack the toppings into sturdy Ziplocs or small plastic containers for an easy meal delivery. This pulled pork gets rave reviews each time we serve it. Transfer the pork to a disposable tray and cover it with foil. Take along a bag of rolls and a jar of barbecue sauce for pulled pork sandwiches. Southern Style Coleslaw is the perfect side dish for pulled pork and it can be made in about two minutes.
Baked Potato Soup.
This recipe can be made on the stove or in the Crock-Pot. Spicy Five Bean Chili. A bag of Fritos or pan of cornbread is a terrific addition to a pot of chili. Bacon Ranch Pasta Salad. Pasta Salad is a terrific meal option on hot summer days. Pasta Sal can be delivered in plastic containers, metal trays, or gallon size Ziplocs, pretty much anything will work. Easy Dessert Recipes. I like to use these smaller disposable 8-inch square pans for baking and delivering desserts. I wrote this post seven years ago December when my friends Ashley and Ryan from Center Cut Cook received the news that Ryan had cancer.
Ryan endured over 70 rounds of chemotherapy to courageously, and selflessly battle metastatic colon cancer over the next Friend for lunch dinner years. Their story is one of faith, hope, strength, courage, and love. My life is better today because of the impact Ryan made on it. His story touched countless thousands of lives while reminding all of us not to take a moment for granted. You beat cancer by how you live, why you live and the manner in which you live. Filed under: FreezerMain DishesRecipes. Tagged with: Recipe Collections. You can now include images of your recipes in your comments!
You'll need to register or log in to images. You have some beautiful shots of delicious dishes Mary. Mary, Mary. You are so sweet and kind. Thank you so much for the prayers and support, they are truly appreciated!
I love meal ideas for things like this — being part of a church community is truly wonderful for the meals people bring in times of sickness, new babies, moving, etc. Learning about this reminded me of my next door neighbor, who is sick with the flu since yesterday. I was thinking of cooking a baked chicken thigh for him, any suggestion on which recipe should I follow for it? This is my favorite easy chicken thigh recipe. It reminds us all that there is something we can do when we feel helpless when others are suffering, or celebrating a new baby with little time to cook, and other times when a simple meal shared from someone who cares about them means so much.
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