About Kansas City Hospice: When staying at home isn’t an option, Kansas City Hospice House provides a peaceful care alternative by providing medical and nursing care for patients facing advanced illnesses, as well as emotional and spiritual support for patients and their families, all in the comfort of a beautiful, homelike environment. It’s a place where many generations come together and where family members are relieved of caregiving duties and can focus on each other, while the staff attend to the patients’ needs.
Serve KC volunteers provide lunch for the patients’ families to allow them to spend as much time as possible with their loved ones who are nearing the end of their lives.
Today’s Meal Theme: Baked Potato Bar.
#1. 15 warm, baked large russet potatoes*. Carol Martin
#2. 15 warm, baked large russet potatoes*. Doglover
#3. 15 warm, baked large russet potatoes*. Heather
#4. 15 warm, baked large russet potatoes*. Tramaine
#5. 1 large crockpot of chili. Carol
#6. 1 large crockpot of chili . Vivian
#7. 3 pounds bacon (cooked and crumbled). Heather
#8. 3 pounds bacon (cooked and crumbled). Heather’s guest
#9. Steamed broccoli flower-ettes, 1 tub of soft butter and 5 chopped tomatoes. Andrea
#10. 2 large chopped white onions, 2 large packages of shredded cheddar cheese and 1 large container sour cream. Tina
#11. Dessert for 20 people. Alivia
#12. Dessert for 20 people. Debbie
*Suggested Baked Potato Recipe: Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line a rimmed baking sheet with heavy duty aluminum foil. Rub potatoes with olive oil and place on prepared pan. Sprinkle with kosher salt. Bake for 60 to 70 minutes or until a fork easily pierces potatoes.
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