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Since the first potluck Thanksgiving celebration held by the pilgrims and Native Americans at Plymouth Colony in 1621, potlucks have become an established American tradition. To this day, the potluck custom continues at celebrations, milestones, holidays, sporting events, and family gatherings. THE POTLUCK COOKBOOK offers dishes ranging from oven-baked dips to enchiladas, antipasto, soups, salads, and desserts galore. Potluck fare is as diverse as the people who attend, and Dolores Kostelni has selected home-run favorites that will impress and inspire eaters to dig in! Tailgate parties, Crock Pot chili, and a side of cornbread make a perfect match, while summer cookouts beg for a bevy of fresh salads, sides, and fruits displayed in carved-out vegetables and watermelons. Learn the secrets for perfect potluck presentation and recipes that appeal to a wide range of taste buds. All the best, most portable classic casseroles, cookies, and quick breads can be found here alongside the vintage food graphics that inspired the potluck craze back in the day.
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Portable, crowd-pleasing dishes for brunches, lunches, supper potlucks, and celebrations.
Tips and techniques to get to your potluck destination without spillage and stress.
Seasonal and themed suggestions for every potluck occasion.From the Inside Flap:
Potlucks combine food, family, friendship and camaraderie, and have been an integral part of community gatherings for generations. Whether the menu is themed, assigned, or a free-for-all, the wonderful variety of dishes reflects the unique tastes and abilities of everyone who takes part. Bakers bring out their best pies, lasagna lovers show off their family favorite, and everyone reaps the delectable rewards of good food and good company.
Traditional potluck dishes are ones that can be made ahead of time, travel well, and can be served up in a cinch. Colorful salads shine in wooden bowls, while glass cookware is an excellent choice to showcase multi-layered hot dishes and dips. From fondue to potato salad to casseroles and cakes, potlucks are an opportunity to sample not only the taste of many foods, but to feast on a variety of beautiful presentations.
Today’s busy lifestyle leaves little time for extravagant food preparation and party planning. The home-run favorites found here are sure to please the palate as well as your schedule, so dig in and potluck your way to glory!
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