Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Community Potluck for September 2019

This is how I filled my plate last night at the Community Potluck.   Just in case someone missed being able to attend, I just wanted to let you know what you missed.
And that doesn't include the desserts either, or the piece of quiche I shared with my DH.

I tell you if you go home hungry after one of these gatherings, it's your problem.
We do also encourage people to bring their own plates and cutlery, in the interests of being green, however, we also do supply plates, cutlery and glasses just in case.

This is a community potluck and one we encourage everyone to attend.

As usual I'm amazed by not only the variety, but also the total deliciousness of all the dishes.   What strikes me as funny though is that sometimes, there appears to be theme for the various offerings.
Last night we had several seafood dishes. 
Which is all good.
Take a look at what was brought and enjoyed.

This was a Fish Dip with a lovely zing from some horseradish. 

I admit to taking the easy way out and made some Deviled Eggs.
But someone had to bring some.  I mean Deviled Eggs and Potlucks go together, don't they? Deviled Eggs with Miracle Whip and Chives
 Chips and Dip

Crudite aka veggie platter
Coleslaw, one of my all time favorites
Shredded Pork - I didn't get a shot of the buns though, but I think people know what they look like.
Loaded Summer Cauliflower Salad
Mini quiche-
Crab and Red Snapper Cakes,
Pasta Salad
Seafood Quiche
Green Salad
Chicken Nuggets
And of course, Pineapple with the Santa toothpick holder

The table in all of its glory, well, most of its glory.

There were also lots of desserts.
This pretty pink cake, Strawberry I believe

Carrot Cake
Lemon Meringue Pie

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Sidsel Munkholm - Author
Sidsel Munkholm - Author

Sid loves to cook, feed people and have fun in the kitchen. She shares her successes and the involuntary offerings she sometimes gives the kitchen goddess as well. And she's still looking for the mythical fairy to help her clean the kitchen after a marathon cooking session. Currently working on a cookbook showcasing the recipes from her Danish heritage.

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