In a move my friends think is downright crazy, I’ll be hosting dinner for approximately 30 people the day after Thanksgiving (Thursday = traditional dinner for eight, Friday = potluck for ~30). Needless to say, I have to prepare for this event ahead of time. Therefore, the serious making of the cabbage rolls will commence this weekend. I’ve decided the most expedient way to accomplish the task is to fill 9 x 13 foil pans, bake and freeze. When I get them out of the freezer, all the pans, being of approximately equal content, should take about an hour to thaw. I’ll pop the thawed pans into the oven two at a time until they are hot, then transfer the hot cabbage rolls into the big roaster and let everything stew until dinner time. Many of those attending will be bringing food and leftovers, so it won’t be just cabbage rolls and mashed potatoes. The logistics of seating 30 people down to eat at the same time in my house has yet to be determined. I see much moving of furniture in my future.