Competitive Potlucking: Invitation

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  1. jenny_o says:

    Canned baked beans in molasses (brand name from my region who thankfully have not ceased production because I have been re-creating this delectable offering for hubby and myself the last while) with ketchup on top and homemade biscuits on the side. This was the regular Saturday night meal my mom made after a day of laundry in the twin tub and washing up the kitchen floor afterward.

    And a side of sandwiches made of canned minced ham mixed with mayo and relish on white bread spread with margarine, not butter. This one is a holdover from the many bridal and baby showers I attended with my mom during my raising-up years, and for best nostalgic effect must be accompanied by the smell of freshly made tea and coffee, even though I can no longer drink either one. The smell is enough.

    So sorry to lower the tone of your potluck 🙂 I remember your post from last year and loved it and am SO looking forward to this year’s offering!

  2. christopher says:

    I have a punch bowl which I use to make Irish Soda Bread…LOL in absentia.

  3. Bijoux says:

    I can bring my punch bowl that doubles as a dome cake stand when you reverse the pieces.

    Jello salad with suspended mandarin oranges and cool whip spread over top. I’m a good Lutheran!

  4. Jon says:

    Chili con carne. My mother’s recipe.

  5. kmkat says:

    I have a lovely punchbowl that has, get this, a braided glass rim. Bought it from my next door neighbor years ago when she was having a garage sale. Not sure I have ever used it, but it sure looks classy in the lighted china cabinet.

  6. Leigh Ann says:

    Hands down, I’d’ve brought my grandma’s Mississippi Mud. Hardly saw a holiday dinner without it.

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