We had fun, and great food and lots of lively conversations.
In other words, same old, same old.
Well, the food wasn't same old. There was a large variety of dishes made, brought and shared.
For starters, I'm going to share a shot of one of the desserts. Totally apt for a November potluck.
Are those not the cutest little things? I thought they were.
And here are the rest of the offerings...
This gorgeous salad. I love those salad forks.
And more Fried Chicken and Pork Chops.
We are in the south and fried Chicken and Pork Chops are a staple.
I finally found out how Quinn makes them so delicious. And I'm going to try it.
I make a decent fried chicken, but it's not as good as his.
I'll share it at a a later date.
I love the bowl it was served in. Some of the older Pyrex is so pretty.
Very good as well.
There was also this casserole, which was yummy.
I had a little bit of everything.
I did say that there were desserts didn't I?
A date pudding which tasted so good, with a little whipped cream on top.
And there was also this Bourbon Cake, which I've had before and really liked.
I'm leaving you with a shot of the Turkeys again, I just loved them, and I'm told they tasted really good as well. I didn't taste them, I admit it, but I'm fond of Oreo's unless they're crushed up and make into my SIL's Oreo Pie.