Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Community Potluck for November 2019

We had our Community Potluck the other day, and now I'm searching for new descriptive phrases and words to say about it.  

We had quite a turnout, and I neglected to get pictures of the containers, well, the Tagine tops, for the Moroccan dishes,  I thought I'd gotten them, but alas, I was too busy visiting with people. 
I did however get pictures of the contents, and as usual, I missed a couple of dishes, but hey, I do this for fun, and cause I like to do it.   
Without further ado, and no fanfare either, here are the dishes.
The two Moroccan dishes, one chicken and the other veggies. 

There was also this awesome Foccacia Bread topped with Pistachio's

a cornbread casserole
and Green Beans - the flat kind, so good
Deviled Eggs- always a hit
Two kinds of Mac n' Cheese- and you know me, when I see pasta I have to have some.
 Both were excellent - who doesn't like Mac n' Cheese?
I missed the shot of the Macaroni salad, sigh.
But there was an excellent Sausage and Chicken Gumbo- hmmm, this has given me an idea, I have some lovely Andouille sausage in the fridge that needs cooking.
As well as some Chili - it's getting cold out there, and I'm thinking it's time for me to make a pot of chile as well. 
I  made a couple of appetizer type dishes. 
A tomato tart - I'll be sharing the recipe soon
I also made the Butternut and Apple Galette, I think I'm in love with this.
There is nothing like fresh picked greens in a salad.  The marinated carrots were awesome in here.

Spanakopita - love these, so good.
and desserts
Cookies, cakes and pies.

If you go home hungry from one of our gatherings, that is your problem, cause there's usually something her for everyone. 

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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