Next Saturday I turn eighteen, so I invited my whole family over. I've run into a few problems.
1. I'm a vegetarian. I don't cook or consume meat, but I know that my entire family are so narrow minded, that they won't give it a chance.
I have already planned to make a butternut squash soup (sweet potato, carrots, butternut squash, coconut milk, spices etc.) with homemade humus, chickpeas, roasted almonds and roasted rye bread, which I have made before where most actually liked a lot, however they expected some sort of meat, so I bought some cold chicken strips.
I'm the one paying for this and I don't have that much - I'm trying to hold a budget and chicken/meats puts a bit pressure on me, since I already expect to save some of the soup for later in this month.
2. How much should I make? There's about six-seven children out off nineteen people.
How much food should I make and what do I do?
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You have to make a lot because that is a lot of people to feed. I think chicken is the cheapest meat you can cook besides hot dogs and hamburgers. You can also make a big pot of some sort of pasta like macroni or spaghetti with meatballs. It must suck to be cooking meat since your a vegetarian. Those other dishes your making sound good to.0
Wooah hang on. Why are YOU cooking for everyone else on your birthday. Where Im from its the person whos birthday it is that gets made a fuss of and treated0
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