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    Pot Luck /Picnic Recipes

    Some of the stuff I like to take to potlucks dinners or picnics.
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    For a request from Southern Living, January edition. Submitted by Willie Monroe, Homewood, Alabama. Prep time does not include making toppings. The nutrition facts includes all of the topping ingredients.

    Recipe #118477

    I love this pie! It's so pretty and tastes so good.

    Recipe #20537

    Pretty tasty if you like jalapenos! I like to make this dish for picnics or potluck dinners and serve cold or room temperature. The cook time listed depends on how much chicken you have and how hot your oil is. I put 30 minutes because that is about how long it takes me.

    Recipe #23750

    This is a very creamy and semi-thick dressing. It is good on a crisp green salad.

    Recipe #36477

    Great for outdoor grilling. This is a different tasting grilled eggplant. A vegetarian delight! Prep time is marinating 24 hours.

    Recipe #39974

    This is one of my favorite recipes, adapted from Southern Living 2001 Recipes. The original recipe calls for mayonnaise, but I like to mix with Miracle Whip because I like the tangy taste.

    Recipe #97469

    This is a tasty cheese ball. Posted in reply to a request.

    Recipe #80601

    This salad is great, and you mix it up a day ahead of serving. It is for a large crowd, but you could cut the recipe in half. Prep time includes 12 hours in the refrigerator. This is from "Threadgill's, The Cookbook" by Eddie Wilson. A landmark grill in Austin.

    Recipe #64279

    This recipe comes from my niece. She is a teacher and loves to serve "quick and easy". This recipe will make about 12 servings, but you could cut it down if you like by using small cans of vegetables. You could also make it in a crockpot.

    Recipe #64280

    This is a spicy and zesty dish. You may serve it over rice, or as a soup. This is great served with cornbread, or corn muffins and green onions.

    Recipe #64367

    This dish is particularly good for pot luck or picnics. Prep time does not include cooking the chicken. I usually have pre-cooked chicken in my freezer. You can also cook in an oven for 30 minutes at 350 degrees F.

    Recipe #64480

    I love corn, and I love this recipe. This recipe has been around a long time, but I just discovered it. I hope you like it too!

    Recipe #64482

    This is easy to make, and tastes great! It's perfect for a potluck or picnic. From Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #54908

    In response to a recipe request for a treat called Washington Square Cake. This recipe was found in a newspaper article on the internet. This is suppose to be a cross between a brownie and chocolate cake sold at Hellsterns Bakery in the Millcreek Shopping Center on Kirkwood Highway in Wilmington. This is not named Washington Square cake, but it probably comes close. The original may have included ginger or molasses too. I have not tested this recipe.

    Recipe #49705

    For large gatherings, I think this salad would go over great! This is one of the best tasting macaroni salads I have ever had! I know there are a lot of ingredients, but don't skimp. The flavor sensation is absolutely incredible!! I saw this on Food Network's 'Calling All Cooks', and got the recipe from the website. This recipe serves about 25 people. NOTE: The ORIGINAL recipe calls for 1-2 Tbsps. garlic salt, and that's the way I entered the recipe. If you are salt sensitive, I suggest you use less. You can always add more.

    Recipe #44133

    From Necessities and Temptations cookbook, Austin, Texas. These are tasty nuts with cocktails, and a great food gift.

    Recipe #45013

    This is a lovely party appetizer. I especially like it at Thanksgiving and Christmas and New Year's Day.

    Recipe #45015

    Great, and different. These make a great food gift too. Prep time includes 2 days marinating time.

    Recipe #45017

    A tasty snack for your next tailgate party. If you are inexperienced in eating jalapenos, you might want to be extra, extra careful!!

    Recipe #45016

    If you like garlic, you will like this appetizer.Add a special touch by garnishing with fresh parsley sprigs. Prep time includes 1 hour sitting at room temperature.

    Recipe #44988

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