One of the best things about Wyoming is that we’re always ready to lend a hand.
It’s even written in the Code Of The West “Do what needs to be done”.
When my son broke his arm last year at a soccer game (resulting in 2 plates and 11 screws), I had several friends who dropped off meals for us.
They were the ones that could be eaten immediately, or easily frozen for later, and I can’t tell you enough what a blessing this was for our family.
When you’re already emotionally exhausted, the last thing you want to do is cook.
If it is a long lasting illness, he can certainly get old by eating take out or frozen pizzas every night.
When I had my preventative mastectomy a friend set up a meal package for me and it was such a relief to know that every few days we could count on a delicious home cooked meal.
I thought it would be helpful to collect 5 of my favorite foods that I take to a friend in need. Some of them can easily be made into vegetarian dishes and ALL are tested and approved by children.
They can be eaten the same day you drop them in or frozen and used later.
5 Easy Recipes That Are Perfect To Take To A Friend In Need
Here are 5 perfect recipes to make at home and then take to a friend in need. They can be eaten the same day or frozen for later.
If you’re looking for more ideas, there are dozens of meal suggestions from our listeners in the post comments below.
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