2019 Holiday Beast Potluck

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Wednesday, Dec 18, 2019 from 12pm - 12:30pm
Lucy F. Covington Government Building

May attend with prior approval from supervisor. Lunch should be 30min.

Dished should be on the table at 11:45am

Potlucks are a cherished tradition in villages, towns, and cities everywhere, partly because a potluck isn’t just an easy way to throw a dinner party—it’s also a way for a community to connect


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Meat (Roast Beast)


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Vegetables


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Casseroles


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Bread/rolls


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Stuffing/Dressing

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Potato dishes


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Macaroni and Cheese


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Salad/cold plates (pasta or potato salads, green salads with dressings, deviled eggs, etc.)


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Desserts


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Drinks (Please bring 2 2 liter bottles, one regular and one diet or gallons of iced tea, one sweet and one unsweetened.)


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Potluck Etiquette

  • Potluck is “a meal or party to which each of the guests contributes a dish,” not a meal or party to which bringing a dish is optional

  • Bring your own serving utensils and any condiments that go with your dish

  • Don’t jump the line, always let the elderly line up first

  • Don’t criticize other people’s dishes

  • Never, ever, comment on the food you just tasted unless to say it is delicious