What's that you say? You have been bitten by the lazy bug and you need a dish that feeds a crowd for the pot luck? TODAY!?!?!?!?!?! Well believe me when I say this, I've been there. In fact just last weekend I woke up Sunday morning needing a pot luck dish to take with me by 9:30 am. It takes very little effort to throw this soup together and I never come home with any leftovers. EVER. The best part? Nobody ever realizes that is was my lazy version of the soup either. It tastes e... #p
Looking for the perfect dish for a pot luck that doesn't require a lot of time in the kitchen? Bring this crowd-pleasing tortellini pasta salad.
Asking the hostess to reheat your dish in a 350°F oven for 17 minutes is so much worse than bringing nothing at all.
A Weekend in Virginia and Impossibly Easy Slow Cooker French Dip Sandwiches
Despite the ease of texting, emailing, and ordering online, Southerners still believe in doing some things the old-fashioned way. Southern etiquette and hospitality will never be taken over by technology, which is why traditions like writing thank you notes, going to church, and bringing casseroles to your neighbors are still around. Whether a new neighbor just moved in, a current neighbor had a death in the family, or an old neighbor is simply hosting a get-together, a Southerner will respond by bringing over a casserole. Homemade casseroles are comforting and thoughtful, so they’re perfect to bake and take to a friend’s house. Casseroles are easy to make, can be prepped in advance, and freeze easily. These friendship casseroles will remind your neighbors that you care for them and their families. These delicious ideas are versatile for any neighbor’s taste, so find the best one for your friend and make someone's day extra special.
Whether you're heading to Thanksgiving dinner or a neighborhood pot luck, skip the crockpot in the trunk and make one of these dishes that travel well.
My favorite recipe for 7-Layer Bean Dip! Packed with flavor and always a crowd pleaser. Perfect game day food or party snack.
This Creamy Grape Salad will be perfect for a holiday side dish, also great for a summer bbq or pot luck dish. With just a few minutes prep and a couple of simple ingredients, you can have a crunchy, creamy, and sweet salad that everyone will love!
Put your heart and soul into feeding your church family with these praiseworthy potluck recipes for breakfasts, side dishes, dinners and desserts.