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Mom’s Club Meals On Wheels

Posted by Caveman Cooking on February 2, 2010

Juicy Beer Can ChickenLast night, the Cavewoman and I teamed up to cook a homemade meal for Yaeera, a local mom of two who had just given birth to her third last week, and her brood. We did this as part of a program our local Mom’s Club chapter does for families with newborns. Each night a different family volunteers to cook for them and then delivers it to them around dinner time.
The funny part is that we just met this new-for-the-third-time mom a few weeks ago when she responded to an email blast from my wife to any local mom’s who wanted the inflatable bouncy the Cavekids had outgrown. Yaeera and I ended up chatting for almost an hour and really hit it off. So, when the Cavewoman half-jokingly asked, “Want to make dinner for your new best friend?”, I was totally game!
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7 Responses to “Mom’s Club Meals On Wheels”

  1. What a great story! It is heart-warming to hear the whole “Cave” is involved in food, and also in helping others. We recently decided to help support a local Ronald McDonald house, and cooking for the families that stay there.

    • TY, Melissa! That is such a great thing you are doing for those families. We have always believed in lending a helping hand whenever possible. Before the Cavekids came along, we used to spend our entire Thanksgiving Day working in the kitchen to help feed the homeless. I think our biggest day was 3700 meals served. The best part was seeing the smiles on the families’ faces, and knowing that they indeed had a Happy Thanksgiving. It’s the same feeling I get whenever someone enjoys something I have created in the kitchen. I guess that is why I have always loved to cook for other people … to me, it feels great and makes the taste even that much better!

      • Cavewoman said

        Sugar, that is awesome that you make meals for Ronald McDonald house families! What a great thing to do for those families.

  2. What a great thing to do… Karma

  3. I like your blog theme! Most folks just copy everybody else and everything looks and sounds the same. Super job…and the chicken looks delicious! Best to you and your family!

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