This came up at lunch today: when you have a baby the people you know bring you food and you don't have to cook for a month. Of course I was not aware of this tradition, never having had a baby for the casseroles.
This sparked a conversation about the surprising things people consider edible and will foist on new mothers. The worst was Tuna Soup.
(And I'm sorry if your signature disk is Tuna Soup. I'm sure yours is great.)
I had no volunteer casserole story to share, so I got on the net to find a recipe for tuna soup. Many recipes were rejected because they included things like Campbell's tomato soup and noodles with the tuna. This poisonous tuna soup recipe was supposedly:
Add a bag of frozen vegetables
The closest thing I could find was this one. I suppose if someone substituted a bag of frozen veggies for the vegetables and pasta that might approximate it.
So, has anyone else ever had casseroles gifted to them that they couldn't eat?