Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Community Potluck for February.

We had an amazing turnout for the Community Potluck this month.
Not only people, but also some awesome food as well.
I'm very grateful for people who step up each month and act as hosts.  It's really not that hard, you just need to make sure everything is set up, wipe it all down again, and most important of all, enjoy.
Harriett Beach was the instigator for the potlucks, and roped me in, but I was happy to be roped.  And I do enjoy it.
I've said it before and I'll say it again, we have some incredible cooks in our area, who also love to share their expertise.
So without further fanfare, and more words, cause I know you really came here to see the pictures of the food that was brought and enjoyed.
As usual there was a lot of variety.   And a lot of food. 
Here it is:
Asian Sweet and Sour - there was rice to put it on.  And everyone knows what rice looks like, so no pictures of rice.
I made some Frikadeller - Danish Meat Balls
Sausage in BBQ sauce, also served with rice
Breaded Chicken Bites
Chicken Wings
  Veggie Casserole
Chorizo and Macaroni
 Potato Casserole

Quiche with Veggies
Roasted Broccoli
Deviled Eggs
Three Bean Salad
Coleslaw - and I have to say something here, I love seeing the pretty dishes people bring their food in.  So many of us have pretty serving dishes, which only see the light of day, when a special occasion happens. 
We also had an incredible variety of delicious desserts:
From this frozen Trifle
Chocolate Pie with fresh raspberries on top.
A Brownie Delight
Another pie, it had a pink filling, and I didn't get a chance to taste it.
Dishpan cookies
You knew this was coming, didn't you?  Yup Santa and his Pineapple.
 Carrot Cake
and this is what it looks like after everyone's been through the line at least once.  Not too much is left.
From the other end, the dessert end that is. I did blur out the people on the left, cause this is all about the food people.

That's it for this month,  I actually think I got everything this time, but I may have missed something.  If I did, please forgive me. 

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 Simple Shrimp Recipes - 25 + Appetizer, Entree and Dipping Sauces.
 Nibbles and Bites - A Compilation of Appetizers, Canapes and Finger Foods
  Hygge - Danish Food and Recipes  
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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