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Colleen/And Baby Makes FIve

What a fabulous idea! I love that kind of fellowship. And a night off from cooking is always, always a treat.

Craftingfunforkids.typepad

I love this idea & wish it would work in my busy world.

mamaloves

That's wonderful. I wish I could do this with a friend. You both have to love to cook and be creative. I think it would be a lot of fun.

radha

it's a wonderful idea, which i also share with friends living closeby,especially when cooking,something special like in this case:

http://cartablog.wordpress.com/2009/08/25/indian-lasagna-with-photosteps-lasagna-indiana-con-fotoreport/
Ejoyed your blog, radha

Sarah

i've been doing this for the past year- first with one friend, then another- and now both! it is so fantastic to not have to cook 2 nights a week- and it's economical too.
check it out
http://sweetthingdesigns.typepad.com/craftymama/2009/09/triple-dinner-trade.html
by the way, love your a to z feature! how do you find the time to do all that wonderful cooking? you need to do a cookbook of kids' food

Jan Scott

Thanks Sarah! I only work part-time outside of home, which is helpful in being able to cook so much. Cooking is my passion so it's not a chore to spend that much time in the kitchen.

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