I talked to her mom in great length earlier this afternoon. She was rather surprised that someone took an interest and wanted to do it correctly. Then she had a lot of questions, too! She admitted that it was just easier to tell her kids to eat vegetarian when they went to others' houses. Tonight we aren't doing anything fancy, just having some pot roast and veggies, eggs (I actually have a pan that has never been used for anything but eggs and veggies) and waffles for bkfast tomorrow, and homemade pecan pie with lunch.
I actually have a crockpot that has never seen anything but beef or chicken (never used it for pork), and some tongs that we've only used for beef fajitias that will work for the roast.
I will ask the kiddos what their preference is - I do have plastic wear and paper plates! And I am one step ahead - I already put dishes/silverware/utensils on my list the next time I go to the store.
I do have two fridges - but they serve two different purposes that don't fit in any religion. The house fridge is a typical fridge. The fridge in the garage is typical Texan/redneck/farmer fridge. In it you will find the essentials such as Shiner beer and Blue Bell, frozen roosters, steaks, and a bunch of animal antibiotics, dewormers and - oh yeah - one six pack of cheap beer for those with a less discerning palate.