Every year I send a relative a gift of food. She's elderly, lives alone, loves good food but isn't into making the effort to produce it, and doesn't eat much so it has to come in single serve portions or be enough for no more than two meals, i.e. a vat of mac and cheese, even if it has lobster in it, will just overwhelm her and go uneaten. She doesn't love sweets and, besides, I'm looking for something filling and nutritious. Previously I've sent fantastic canned tuna (Tuna Guys), frozen soups (Farm Country soups), cheeses and breads(Zingerman's), individual lobster pot pies (Hancock Gourmet), spanish ham and manchego (La Tienda), small packages of smoked fish (Ducktrap). I'm running low on ideas. Has anyone tried Millie's Pierogi? Any other ideas would be very helpful. Thank you.