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Help with feeding 15 in Seattle???

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I am heading up to a cabin in the Mt Rainier area this weekend and need to bring food for about 15 people for dinner on Friday night. I was thinking about bringing lasagna, salad, garlic bread, etc. I cannot find anyplace that does prep for 15 TO GO in Seattle? Any help or suggestions would be really appreciated! Thanks!

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  1. There is this place that was featured in yesterday's PI-you could just get 2 of the 8 person serving sizes:
    http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/food/30...

    Or try Whole Foods. They do catering, box lunches, etc, so I bet they could sell you a pan of lasagna, a big thing of salad, etc. A friend once bought a pan of lasagna from PCC, too, now that I think about it.

    1. Kathy Casey's Dish D'Lish To-Go service has several tasty options for large groups.

      http://www.kathycasey.com/party_t_go_...

      Only problem is that they prefer 72 hours notice but can sometimes do 48 hours...

      1. I assume you will have access to an oven, etc? You can always pick up prepared pans of lasagna, caesar salad, etc. at Costco......

        1. i'm sure this would be more expensive than some of the other options people have mentioned, but you might inquire with Cafe Lago or Osteria la Spiga for lasagna to go, maybe you could get a discount.

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          1. It's a chain, but Maggiano's (Bellevue) does take out for large groups. Personally, I think the quality of their food is pretty good for the quanitity they do.

            1. I hope you get this in time, Beecher's mac and cheese in the market is a must! You can buy it in nice big pans. Ditto on Whole Foods and Dish D'Lish.

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              1. re: iheartgrittytacoma

                Oh yes, the Beechers Mac and Cheese is just lovely. I've heated the take-home pan at home and it's just as good as getting it fresh at the shop.