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Holy Macaroni!

As Cream City Casseroles grows, I'm making larger and larger quantities of food each week.

I recently made the largest amount of Mac N Cheese to date. On top of the week's regular orders, I also made Mac N Cheese for our local Ronald McDonald House, a home away from home for families with children receiving care at area hospitals. 

Nearly 7 gallons of Mac N Cheese!

Mac N Cheese ... plain or with The Works (bacon, Roma tomatoes, broccoli florets)
The casseroles were packaged and delivered to Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) where volunteers heated and served dinner.

Dinner featured Cream City Casseroles' Mac N Cheese, Don't-Forget-the-Salad Salad and Mom's Fudge Brownies. Thanks, Great Clips, for sponsoring dinner!

Sam Barrington of the Green Bay Packers visited with families and enjoyed some Mac N Cheese.

It was exciting cooking for the Ronald McDonald House and I hope to do it again. What an amazing organization! 

The RMHC staff feel it's important to let the families focus on their sick child, not worrying about making meals. That's why they provide free breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks for up to 70 guest families.

Every. Single. Day.

Feeding guest families 365 days a year is quite a challenge so RMHC relies on volunteer groups and corporate sponsors to help prepare and pay for meals.

If you'd like to help feed RMHC's families, visit > How to Help > Family Meal Programs for more info.

Cream City Casseroles is pleased to offer a 25% dinner sponsor discount on meals for Ronald McDonald House Eastern Wisconsin. Contact me if you'd like to sponsor a RMHC dinner.


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