Carrie McBride
Oct 15, 2008

A home cooked meal - cooked by somebody else - after the arrival of a baby is like manna from heaven. If you're lucky enough to have a support system of friends, family and neighbors to bring you food, you won't complain if five meals arrive at once and they're all chicken casserole. But wouldn't it be ideal to have them spread out and cover more of the food pyramid? Our friends at The Kitchn let us know about a new free service, MealBaby, that makes organizing group meal planning easy and efficient by creating "meal registries."

A new baby in the house is only one occasion when you might turn to MealBaby - illness, surgery, any time someone needs some lovin' from the oven.

Read more details here.

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