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Friday, February 01, 2008

Requesting Your Casserole Recipes

To my Hodgepodge readers - Barbara received an email from Joanne from Richmond, VA with the following request:

"Can you put me in touch with someone who successfully operates a Pastoral Care Committee who may have a variety of simple recipes for casseroles a committee could fix and freeze ahead of time to take to parishoners who have a crisis in their family?
We have had a first-rate committee made up of young mothers to do this work of the church but they are, as my Mother would say, "worn to a nub".
I thought, if I could get recipes, I would ask a bunch of folks to bake, mix, etc. casseroles and have them at the ready in the freezer for quick response."
So . . . email me your recipes at: putting "Casserole Recipe" in the subject line and remember they need to be freezable, and to reheat well.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think our church committee would appreciate that too. Tried and true recipes that are made with less salt/fat are particularly helpful when providing for sick people.

Nancy Smith

3:57 PM  

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