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Potluck Pride

Impressive dishes that are easy to make, take, and share.

By Sheryl Julian and Julie Riven
October 10, 2004

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Community potluck dinners are an American tradition, particularly in rural New England. These days, that system of spreading the workload seems particularly appropriate. No one wants to get stuck with all the cooking, even for a cocktail party or weekend dinner for friends, and asking each person to bring a dish solves any number of logistical and timing problems. Today, ... (Full Article: 1701 Words)

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