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The 7 - One Question... - What do you take to the potluck?
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#21 Posted on 24.12.05 1113.30
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Chips and homade salsa seem to do real well wherever we go.
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#22 Posted on 28.12.05 1217.24
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    Originally posted by Bullitt
    I am the go-to guy for rolls when it comes to any potluck.


Rolls are my weapon of choice as well. Easy, eveyrbody WANTS one, and whatever is left over, you can easily bring hom and use for your own meals.
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#23 Posted on 29.12.05 0353.00
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The individual ingredients for Jack & Coke.
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#24 Posted on 20.12.06 1539.09
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    Originally posted by CRZ
    Next year I'm going to do something with the crock pot like a majority of the people did here - but I'll have to come up with something that isn't meatballs or cocktail weenies 'cause almost EVERYBODY did that.
I should have read this earlier! Oh well. Here's what I did this year (it turned out quite all right - maybe all the other people who did Li'l Smokies left the company over the past 12)

GLAZED WIENERS
Combine 1 jar (18oz.) apricot preserves and 1/2C (8oz.) mustard in crock pot on LOW
Chop up 6 green onions, going as far up the green as you care to
Add onions and 2 packages (32oz. total) Li'l Smokies (option: Cheddar Li'l Smokies)
Stir, stir, stir
Let sit for hours
Serve with toothpicks

{ I just want to get some hits on "Glazed Wieners." ;-) }

Feel free to double all amounts above, like I did. Sure, it's $20 for ingredients, but it's the HOLIDAY SEASON, PEOPLE.

I have a feeling this is very similar to the grape jelly/chili recipe Sec19Row53 offered last year (post #12), but THIS recipe I borrowed from a website based on recollections of having this very snack at a friend's house for many years in a row. I had no idea it was so easy!
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#25 Posted on 20.12.06 1909.07
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A few bags of minute rice, a can of peas, heat and serve.
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#26 Posted on 20.12.06 1916.20
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I've got a potluck tomorrow. I asked around and apparently nobody was bringing any sort of vegetables so I'm bringing a salad. Romaine lettuce, red & yellow bell pepper, onions, tomatos, croutons, feta and parmesan cheese, and some homemade balsamic vinaigrette on the side.
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#27 Posted on 20.12.06 2021.00
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I usually resort to the Krispy Kreme drive-thru.

Hot glazed doughnuts work every time.
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#28 Posted on 20.12.06 2352.26
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I like coffee. I have a huge Tim Hortons mug that costs about $7 to fill up. That always brings the smiles.
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#29 Posted on 22.12.06 1443.01
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Little Chinese BBQ ribs and/or chicken wings. Easy to make ahead and reheat. A good cold dish is a Waldorf Chicken salad with something to put ir on. My wife always makes some kind of decadent chocolate and nute dessert.
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#30 Posted on 15.2.07 2316.58
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I'm the guy that always takes a Jello Mold.

Fruit is optional.
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#31 Posted on 11.12.08 1300.15
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The definitive answer to this question has been found.

http://foodproof.com/photos/full/bacon-cheese-roll-1290
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#32 Posted on 11.12.08 1352.26
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I have modified Alton Brown's cheesecake recipe and use 50-50 regular and fat free cream cheese, among other changes. I have made caramel, raspberry, chocolate (with or without a home make chocolate mousse on top), and black cherry cheesecakes. I'm working on a Key Lime one next.
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#33 Posted on 11.12.08 1434.04
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Something to make even an Adkins diet follower say, "Now wait just a minute..."

I think my arteries hardened just looking at that picture.
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#34 Posted on 11.12.08 1528.42
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Hmmm. I'm thinking if you threw in some oysters...
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#35 Posted on 13.12.08 0525.56
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The last pot luck I attended, the company sprang for soda, but there wasn't nearly enough diet coke or diet pepsi for the group - so that may be a suggestion.
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#36 Posted on 13.12.08 1507.39
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Most times I bring the Velveeta/Salsa w/tortilla chips or Velveeta/Hormel Chili w/Fritos, but this year I was tasked with bringing a dessert, so I baked a 13X9 chocolate cake, split it, put the bottom in a clean glass dish, spread chocolate pudding on that, put the top half of the cake on, spread whipped cream on top, sprinkled it with cocoa powder and drizzled it with chocolate syrup. There's probably a name for it, but I just called it "Damn, That's Chocolate".
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