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Laurie Roberts Luv2TryNew - Jul 14, 2013

What to Make For Grieving Family (Summer Dish)?

My neighbors just lost a loved one and I'd like to take a food dish over but need ideas for this time of year. In the past I've taken lasagna, but with the warmer weather I'm looking for some ideas on large casserole type dishes or other suggestions?


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Penny Binker pennybinker
Sep 12, 2013
Chicken bog is always welcomed here. Maybe not the answer but it does serve many. Can put it into a disposable aluminum container to tote. Any dish you take in a toss it out container is always appreciated. Ice always not enough. Sweet tea or unsweet tea. Sandwiches like chicken salad or pimento cut in smaller pieces. A dessert esp a cake that needs no refrigeration.
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sallye bates grandedame
Jul 22, 2013
Sounds like a good thing to do. EVerybody likes chicken. And brownies!
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Tina Swain WisMs
Jul 22, 2013
I have taken a platter of cold chicken. I bake it with parmesan cheese and crumbs and take it over cold with a bag of dinner rolls, a jar of bread and butter pickles and a pan of brownies.
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Laurie Roberts Luv2TryNew
Jul 15, 2013
Sheila - thank you for that. What a great idea! I agree with Sallye, so thoughtful!
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sallye bates grandedame
Jul 15, 2013
What a lovely thoughtful thing for that person to do, Sheila.