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Potluck

Chowhounds are here with awesome ideas for potluck dishes, plus excellent stories and feedback about how to host your own.

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Suggestions for room temp potluck dish

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by chowster 17 years ago

It is time for the yearly holiday potluck at work and I am stumped as to what to bring. The dish needs to be one that does not require heating. Help, fellow 'hounds!

Potluck Thanksgiving--advice on what side dish to bring?

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by Sarah W-R 17 years ago

We're having a somewhat impromptu potluck Thanksgiving with several other couples, some houndish and some not. I've been asked to bring a dessert (which I've got sorted out) and a side dish, for wh...

Recipes for "what to bring to an Italian potluck"

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by The Chowhound Team 17 years ago

We've moved the recipe-oriented reponses to the thread on General Topics, linked below. Link: http://www.chowhound.com/topics/show/299159#1656180

What to bring to an Italian potluck?

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by kevin 17 years ago

We are having a birthday party for my aunt and someone suggested it be a potluck. Then someone suggested the food stick to a theme. Then someone suggested the theme be "Italian". Since none of ...

Church potlucks, Grange breakfasts, etc

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by EddH 17 years ago

Anyone know of any good ones in Northern/Central California around the first weekend in October? One of my favorite kind of chowhound meals and I will be roaming that week. Thanks.

Result: Cheap yet impressive appetizer for potluck

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by Wendy Lai 17 years ago

Thanks to the many to gave suggestions. I ended up making deviled eggs, sort of. I didn't follow any real recipe per se. I hard boiled some eggs for 18 minutes, which turned out perfectly cook...

potluck challange/problem, fellow hounds to the rescue?

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by Wendy Lai 17 years ago

I am attending a meet and greet for our HOA this week. Our building is assigned appetizers. I am assuming it'll have to be finger food type of thing, because it's going to be in the court yard an...

Potluck items?

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by Celeste 17 years ago

I'm going to a potluck tomorrow night and realize I haven't been to one in a good long time. Any good potluck friendly main or side dish suggestions that are spring-y? I've had a long week and a...

potluck recipe

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by dotrat 17 years ago

I'm taking a dish to a potluck holiday dinner. What's your favorite? I'm only traveling 10 minutes from home and I can bring an appetiser, entree, side or dessert. I'm thinking lasagna bolognese, y...

Holiday potluck

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by Mandy 18 years ago

I've got to bring either a main course or side dish. Does anyone have any easy favorites to feed about 15 people? Thanks.

Veg for a potluck - no oven available for reheating

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by SandraV 18 years ago

So, I've got a potluck next week at work at noon. The only reheat source is a microwave. This is sort of a Thanksgiving theme mea with the main dish being a deep fried turkey. I could wimp out ...

Long distance potluck dish needed

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by chamoudi 18 years ago

I'm going to a potluck next month. It involves a 6-7 hour drive. The host is furnishing barbeque and dessert and the guests are asked to bring the rest. Any idea of a dish to bring that could survi...

Chow Emergency: Takeout Advice for Potluck, Please!

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by Spoony Bard 18 years ago

Always the last to know, the dinner party I was invited to tomorrow has transformed into a pot luck, and I was nominated to bring the entrée. I have absolutely no time between now and then, and ...

Chowing with the Hounds Volunteers Appetizer Potluck Report

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by The Picnic Hounds 18 years ago

Yesterday, the first group of volunteers for the October Picnic got together to get a good head start on the logistics of putting together a picnic for 100 people. Yes, we worked, but we also had a...

"american" food to bring to potluck ... challenge

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by cctc 18 years ago

OK, here's a challenge for you guys...I'm an american in canada, in a class with many immigrants, and we're having a potluck in a few days where we're supposed to bring a food from our "native coun...

What to bring to a Potluck picnic?

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by Sharon S. 19 years ago

I love to eat, but am not great in the kitchen. What take out or easy to make food can I bring to a potluck picnic that no one else will bring. I am tired of making a potato salad and competing w...

Chowhound Potluck/Social - Bohemian Beer Garden

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by Eric Eto 19 years ago

For those of you who haven't been monitoring the outer boroughs boards, maybe you haven't heard that we're having our second Chowhound social event on Sunday, July 21st (1:00 - 5:00) at the Bohemia...

Office Thanksgiving "Potluck" today

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by Tater (formerly Gregg S) 20 years ago

I am really, really impressed with French's marketing job 20 years ago with 30% of the side dishes being green bean casserole (with the fried onion topping of course). The orange peel baby carrot...

Potluck ideas

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by Leslie T. 20 years ago

I'm looking for ideas for something I can bring to a potluck on Saturday that will travel well and be unrefrigerated for several hours. It should be something that can be eaten at room temp, witho...

Potluck Part 2

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by Liz Dreyer 20 years ago

I'd also love to hear people's experience with organizing a potluck - how NOT to end up with just desserts, for example. What are your tips?

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