BRING A SERVING DISH and UTENSIL for your dish, please.
If you are bringing a guest or two please let us know their name and what dish they are bringing as well.
If you have more than two guests email the information for the remaining guests directly to Claire Ancona-Berk (email@example.com ).
There is a team that is coordinating the food so we don't get too much of the same dish and in order to make sure we get a balance of savory and sweet dishes. If you have signed up to bring the 20th potato salad you may be asked to bring something else. Get in first so this doesn't happen to you!
REGISTER FOR POTLUCK You can register for the SEC Spring Social Potluck on Wednesday, June 18th at the Starlight Club Terrace from 6:30 - 9:30 pm. for yourself and each of your guests here: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=K482ZLRPG7UKE
EARLY BIRD TICKET $20.00 (ends 6/4/19 )REGULAR TICKET $30.00 DOOR PRICE $40.00
If you have any questions or need additional information about your food donation, please reach out to Paige Zandri (firstname.lastname@example.org).
To help you come up with a dish here are some suggestions of dishes that work well at a summer potluck:
Cold Appetizer | Salad | Vegetable Dish | Charcuterie/Cold Cuts: salami, ham, etc. | Cheeses, Fruits & Crackers | Cold Fried Chicken | Pate & Spreads | Vegetable Crudité & Dips | Bruschetta | Dips & Chips | Antipasto (olives, pickles, etc.) Sandwiches | Shrimp Cocktail | Deviled Eggs | Cookies | Cake | Donuts | Pie | Cold Desserts (panna cotta, jello, pudding, etc.)
USE your GOOGLE: There are thousands, if not millions, of potluck dish suggestions online to inspire you.
If you have any questions related to what your are bringing to the potluck reach out to Paige Zandri (email@example.com)
-- Your dish can be homemade or purchased.
-- Please bring your dish in a read-to-serve platter, bowl, etc. and a utensil for serving your dish, if necessary.
-- All dishes must be safe to be served at room temperature. They are no facilities for reheating dishes at the venue.
-- All dishes should be able to be eaten easily with a fork.
-- If you are bringing perishable food, please take care to store and transport it safely. Use a cooler bag and ice packs.
LINK: Keeping Food Safe at Potluck Meals https://extension.unh.edu/resources/files/Resource000634_Rep656.pdf