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What the hell do you bring to a potluck? (1 Viewer)

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I was invited to a potluck dinner for work and am supposed to make something. Any advice?

 
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Sweet and sour meatballs

2 bags of frozen meatballs (or whatever will fit in your crockpot)

1 jar grape jelly

1 jar chili sauce 

Throw in crockpot, cook on high for 4 hours or low for 8 hours 

 
I was invited to a potluck dinner and am supposed to make something. Any advice?
- 2 pounds frozen shrimp, tails on.

- 6 pack beer

- Old Bay  :obc:

Directions:  Open 2 beers and pour into a soup pot.  Add in a crap ton of Old Bay (1 TBSP at least).  Bring to a boil.  Add in your frozen shrimp.  Bring it back to a boil and then turn off the burner and cover your pot.  They'll be done in 3-4 minutes, as soon as they are pink.  Drink the other 4 beers.  Serve with sliced lemon and cocktail sauce.  

 
- 2 pounds frozen shrimp, tails on.

- 6 pack beer

- Old Bay  :obc:

Directions:  Open 2 beers and pour into a soup pot.  Add in a crap ton of Old Bay (1 TBSP at least).  Bring to a boil.  Add in your frozen shrimp.  Bring it back to a boil and then turn off the burner and cover your pot.  They'll be done in 3-4 minutes, as soon as they are pink.  Drink the other 4 beers.  Serve with sliced lemon and cocktail sauce.  
A fancier version.

These will be gone before anything else.  :thumbup:

 
- 2 pounds frozen shrimp, tails on.

- 6 pack beer

- Old Bay  :obc:

Directions:  Open 2 beers and pour into a soup pot.  Add in a crap ton of Old Bay (1 TBSP at least).  Bring to a boil.  Add in your frozen shrimp.  Bring it back to a boil and then turn off the burner and cover your pot.  They'll be done in 3-4 minutes, as soon as they are pink.  Drink the other 4 beers.  Serve with sliced lemon and cocktail sauce.  
blackdot

 
Bonnie's Buffalo Chicken Dip.  There are a lot of different versions posted online but it's basically layers of (from bottom) (1) shredded chicken mixed with lots of Frank's Red Hot sauce, (2) cream cheese mixed with ranch or blue cheese salad dressing, and (3) shredded cheddar cheese.  Bake it or put it in a crockpot.  Provide celery sticks, carrots and/or crackers for dipping.

 
:lmao:

Our neighbor lady brought this to a potluck on our block once.  It was ungood.
Mine's great. Had a gf whose 10yo was hosting his 1st Halloween party and his mom went all out to please him with the preparations but he was still glum. When i asked why, he said he wished there was real orange&black food he could serve. i thought&thought, what's orange & black besides burnt carrots? I had always liked pumpkin soup, so if i made that a chili base with black beans it would work. Sauteed onions, ground turkey, spices, soaked some ancho chilis (which actually deepened the orange color), added chicken stock, a big can of unsweetened pumpkin, the blended anchos (with a habanero for luck - this was NM, after all) and some black beans. Was a total hit w kids & adults alike and young Michael was thrilled to be the only kid in town serving a black & orange meal at his party. With added habaneros, it's been part of my regular rotation for over a decade.

 
I honestly can't remember the last time I went to a potluck.  

Would a bucket of KFC still be cool like we did in the 70s?

 
- 2 pounds frozen shrimp, tails on.

- 6 pack beer

- Old Bay  :obc:

Directions:  Open 2 beers and pour into a soup pot.  Add in a crap ton of Old Bay (1 TBSP at least).  Bring to a boil.  Add in your frozen shrimp.  Bring it back to a boil and then turn off the burner and cover your pot.  They'll be done in 3-4 minutes, as soon as they are pink.  Drink the other 4 beers.  Serve with sliced lemon and cocktail sauce.  
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