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    Room Temperature Potluck

    shimmerysummersun
    Sat May 14, 2011 7:25 pm
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    I'm looking for somewhat healthy foods that can sit out at room temperature for a work potluck. I know the typical fruit and veggie trays, but i'm hoping for something a bit more interesting. Thanks for any ideas!
    Brenda.
    Sun May 15, 2011 6:54 am
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    shimmerysummersun wrote:
    I'm looking for somewhat healthy foods that can sit out at room temperature for a work potluck. I know the typical fruit and veggie trays, but i'm hoping for something a bit more interesting. Thanks for any ideas!


    Hi wave.gif

    This is a fabulous recipe that actually suggests room temperature:

    Caprese Pasta #431961



    The bowl is empty whenever I bring it to an event. After making it several times, I have altered it a bit. Here are my private notes:
    Use grape tomatoes vs reg. tomatoes. Use mozzarella pearls vs block mozzarella.
    Double the Basil, grape tomatoes, capers, cheese and add a whole can of sliced black olives. Increase olive oil to 1/3 cup and balsamic to 3 tbsp.



    Another thought, Marinated Olives

    Marinated Green Olives - Chakistes Kibrisli Style #259500
    Spanish Marinated Olives #63471

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    Mon May 16, 2011 7:42 am
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