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When in the Caribbean, instead of seasonal green salads, pesto chicken sandwiches, and green beans with cured shallots, we eat Citrus-Sugared Dutch Babies and drink these Coconut-Lime Coolers.
It’s really nice in the Caribbean — unfortunately, going there and cooking there is all just a dream.
Who doesn’t love potato salad? We make it all year — for summer barbecues, picnic lunches at the beach, autumn potluck dinners, and just about any other occasion. Here is one of our favorites that adds green beans to the spuds. Be sure to mix the vinaigrette with the potatoes and green beans while they are still warm.
My mom first encountered this recipe at a book club meeting (sans the black beans). It was such a hit that the host wrote out recipe cards for everyone in attendance. Since then, it's become a favorite among my family, and I make it for any summer potluck I attend.View Recipe
This light dessert is so easy to make, doesn't require any cooking, and is quite the crowd-pleaser.
It was created in a pinch when I was to bring a dessert to a friend's apartment for a potluck. It was too hot outside to bake, but I wanted to do something with chocolate. I had some ricotta in the fridge but nothing else. With some quick thinking, I had created the perfect dessert to bring, and I only had to pick up some freshly baked almond cookies.
This recipe is quick and easy to make for a potluck dish.
The fun thing about this salad is that everyone can create their own version of the dish. If you’re serving this salad at a party or potluck, have each of your friends bring one of the necessary items then, when everyone arrives, have fun building your salads.Recipe courtesy of Lisa Gorman, Director of St. Joseph Health Wellness CenterClick here for more of our best salad recipes.View Recipe
With less than five ingredients, this salad is perfect for a spring potluck or lunch at the office.
A different variation on pesto that uses arugula instead of basil.We love to use this on crostini, baked gnocchi, and potato salad — or to give added flavor to chicken salad.View Recipe
When packing up a meal for a picnic, tailgate, or even a potluck at a friend's house, nothing beats hearty grain-based salads that can be made in advance — and this quinoa salad is a new favorite.
Inspired by a dish a family friend made where she covered the quinoa with a layer of kale and salted pumpkin seeds, I decided to stir the greens into the quinoa so each bite was full of flavors. Mango adds a sweet and tropical bite, and I garnished the dish with roasted almonds for a buttery, salty finish.
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Nectarines may be unexpected on the grill, but this is sure to be a hit at your next potluck. The salty feta intermingles well with the sweet nectarine infused with a hint of smoke.
This recipe comes to us from Vivian of Macca’s Meatless Monday.
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Our friend Jennie went to culinary school and works as a professional chef at an Upper West Side restaurant we can’t afford to go to. For one potluck we hosted, she made us fish tacos with all the fixings, allowing the rest of us to bring quick complements — dishes from quesadillas to cheese platters to fruit spreads to the aforementioned cake — in order to hold up our ends of the bring-your-own bargain, while chef Jennie’s artful buffet stole the show.
This is Jennie’s recipe. However, having eaten our fill of this and other of Jennie’s delicious creations, we vouch for it completely.
A Middle Eastern dip with an Asian flair that’s perfect to bring to potlucks. The hot chile oil adds a subtle spice and lemon juice brings a citrus tang to this zesty hummus.
This recipe comes to us from Lindsay of Cook. Vegan. Lover.
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