[Sca-cooks] Home cooked alternatives

Caointiarn caointiarn1 at bresnan.net
Wed May 2 19:51:27 PDT 2007

Don't judge too harshly just yet  -- My Mom "won" a  dinner from a similar 
outfit when I was helping after Dad died.  We went to claim our prize, 
choosing a stuffed Pork Roast.  We did the "stuffing" at a prep table where 
the various ingredients were on display, not proportioned out so we could 
add/leave out what we wanted using the recipe card more as a suggestion. 
The ladies did the freezer shrink wrap thing, and stuck the directions on 
the outside.  We took it home to the freezer.

Not much different than choosing to plan ahead meals for the month  {making 
multiple meals for the freezer} The company does the shopping & prep work, 
you show up, put the meals together & take them home, to use at YOUR 
convience with whatever else you'd like.  Saves that mad dashing around 
worrying about a last minute supper.

> There is a difference between "eating" and "Dining".  Yep, I know, that is 
> a Frug quote, but it is true.
> We all on this list take great pride in preparing good food for the people 
> who matter most.  Food is prepared with love, care and attention to detail 
> with special concern taken to what this one likes but what that one won't 
> eat.
> Something in my just can NOT turn that task over to mass-production.
> two pennies only
> Malkin

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