Steph's Pick - Food

Aug 15, 2008

Ever been asked to bring food for friends or family in need? Say your good friends just had a baby and you want to bring over food for this transition time. Or a family member is recovering from surgery and again, you'd like to provide a good home-cooked meal for the family. Better yet - you're actually organizing all of the people that want to provide food. My guess is that most reading can relate to at least one of these situations. I have great news - the world wide web has come through again and made this process so fast and easy for cases just as the one's I described. It's called Food Tidings.
Food Tidings website says it exists to simplify the process of organizing meals for friends or family members in a transitional time of life. For someone who has just had a baby, recovering from surgery or injury, grieving the passing of a loved one, confined to bed rest, and almost anything else, receiving dinners from loved ones can be very comforting and helpful.
I love this site for multiple reasons. First, you can sign-up online for what day you'd like to bring food. You can also make a notation of what you will be bringing so you don't bring a similar dish to the person that brought food just two days before. And if you find yourself organizing food for family or friends you can make special notes of what the couple/person likes and doesn't like. You can also include a map to their home. It's just so great!!! Try it for yourself - I think you'll really love it.


Lanzens Life said...

Wow, what a great idea! I'll have to remember that for the next time we organize bringing food to someone. Thanks for the great idea, as always!

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