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Friday, October 29, 2010

Coming Up: Swap Homemade Dinners in SF

Don't feel like cooking? Neither do we! This is a great program - cook one meal in bulk, and then swap the meal with others. Our friends at A Little Yumminess told us about this, which is run in conjunction with 18Reasons. Here's what they say: 

"Cooking meals is healthier, cheaper, and usually more delicious than eating out. Yet it can be hard to find the time every night to make dinner for a hungry family. 18 Reasons has a solution: combine forces with
your community! For this monthly swap we team up with A Little Yumminess writers Stacie Dong and Simran Singh to get your whole family fed for one week. 

Here's the deal: You bring four family-sized portions of one homemade dinner. 
-Bring your food pre-divided into 4 family-sized servings (6 cups of soup per family; 4 big pieces or 8-12 small pieces of meat per family, 1 lb of dried pasta per family, etc) 
-Bring any extras that your cooked dish needs to make a complete meal: a package of pasta to go with sauce, bags of rice to go with curry, mixed greens to go with soup, etc."

--Arrive at 4:30 and swapping begins at 4:45.
--Bring 12 copies of your recipe - so those who don't get your amazing looking quiche can go home and make it themselves! 
--Let them know in advance if you request vegetarian meals and we will make sure you get four vegetarian
--Meals should be freezable, reheatable, or able to last four days in the refrigerator. Nothing
immediately perishable.

WHAT: Swap - Homemade Dinner
WHERE: 18 Reasons (593 Guerrero at 18th Street), San Francisco
WHEN: Sunday, November 14th, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
COST: $5 at the door
RSVP: by November 11 (if you can't make it, please let them know at least 2 days in advance, so they can plan accordingly)

---Win a copy of Lisa Quinn's Life's Too Short to Fold Fitted Sheets!---

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