Every time I make a batch of these peanuty, butterscotchy, marshmallowy squares, I wonder why I don’t do it all the time. They are, by far, one of the easiest sweets to pull off and really tasty as well.
The thing I love about sandwiches is how adaptable they are. I made some vegetarian versions of these with tomato instead of meat. If you can’t find good turkey, just put some extra ham, or mix it up with whatever you like.
I’ve been obsessing over chickpeas for the last month. I really wanted to perfect a fried chickpea recipe, and I think I’ve finally come up with a winner, which … Continue reading
I’ve always found leafy green salads are forgotten at potlucks. Perhaps they seem to lack the sophistication of a layered dip or fancy sweet square. Maybe they’re not as portable … Continue reading
When you need a quick and classic potluck dish, this is it. Macaroni salad can be made in under 20 minutes, but still feels genuine and homemade. Not to mention, … Continue reading
This recipe comes from Potluck Time, run by Tamara who also posts delicious recipes great for potlucks. We decided to do a bit of a “recipe swap.” I chose to whip … Continue reading
My aunt and I were recently discussing potlucks. She mentioned her favourite potluck recipe – a broccoli salad. Right away, I checked the website and I couldn’t believe I hadn’t … Continue reading
Here’s a fairly easy dish to whip up for the next potluck, and it’s super tasty to boot. Easily swap out the apple for another fruit (like raisins) and the … Continue reading