Hello, This is my first time posting to this site and I am hoping I am in the right place (apologize in advance if I am not). I am doing a lunch for teachers and staff at my son's school Wednesday (gratis, not being paid). The recipe is as follows: Meat Lasagna Tortellini - for vegetarians with Marinara and/or Pesto - this is what I need help with Salads - a chopped Italian salad and a mixed spring salad with gorgonzola and candied walnuts. I am grilling chicken breasts and putting on the side as a topping Caprese Skewers Desserts: bite-size brownies, lemon bars and salted peanut chews Two questions: 1) What would you recommend for the vegetarian dish? I would like to do something to make ahead and keep warm in possible a crock pot. 2) Because I do not have a head count on meat vs. veggie eaters, I'm considering doing enough lasagna's for 75% and Veggie for 25%. Is this a good ratio? This is the concern I am having - I have a meeting at the school from 10:30am until 11:30am and lunch is serve at 11:45. I need items I can set-up in advance and be ok for 90 minutes before eating. The meat lasagna's are ok because I'm having them reheated and delivered along with the grilled chicken at 11:30am. However, I'm going to have to set-up the salads (refrigerator is there) myself and do the veggie dish in advance. I'll have almost no time to warm up anything before serving. It needs to be "warming" while I am in the meeting. Thank you so much in advance for your help!