Let's talk about summer potluck/picnic foods

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  1. Swedish John

    Swedish John I'm your huckleberry

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    Pesto tomato pasta salad
     
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    Swedish John I'm your huckleberry

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    A bucket of the Colonels original recipe is the easy way out but always a crowd pleaser.

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    Of course I'm always partial to a good 7-layer dip.

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    I'm always ready for some bbq wings!

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    Yucca Jar is a panty dropper!

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    Baked Potato Salad is unbelievable. I had it at a potluck two years ago and will replicate it this spring and summer.

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    Cold Asian Noodle Salad

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    Italian pressed sandwiches

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    Veggie wrap platter for those weird vegetarians. I would eat these though.

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    Fruit tray for all the fruits @ dark friday

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    Baked beans

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    Cowboy Caviar- Serve with crackers and chips

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    Antipasto platter

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    COLESLAW


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    That looks goo. I like my coleslaw more vinegar based than mayo based.
     
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    Cowboy caviar - never heard it called that. I lived off that stuff for an entire summer once. And big thumbs up on the Italian sandwiches. I had to Google Yucca jar. Interdasting....
     
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    Wiener wraps

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    BBQ Ribs

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    Everyone likes Deviled Eggs and the guys that brings the deviled eggs are always the hero. That's because they are a fucking pain in the ass to make and it's just not worth it most of the time. Now though, someone got smart and they sell already peeled hard boiled eggs at Costco, and the price works out to like an extra fifty cents a dozen over fresh eggs. So now buy this:
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    And turn it into this in about ten minutes flat:
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