17 Last-Minute Potluck Ideas That Feed a Crowd in No Time Flat
17 Last-Minute Potluck Ideas That Feed a Crowd in No Time Flat
17 Last-Minute Potluck Ideas That Feed a Crowd in No Time Flat
17 Last-Minute Potluck Ideas That Feed a Crowd in No Time Flat
17 Last-Minute Potluck Ideas That Feed a Crowd in No Time Flat
17 Last-Minute Potluck Ideas That Feed a Crowd in No Time Flat
17 Last-Minute Potluck Ideas That Feed a Crowd in No Time Flat
17 Last-Minute Potluck Ideas That Feed a Crowd in No Time Flat
17 Last-Minute Potluck Ideas That Feed a Crowd in No Time Flat
17 Last-Minute Potluck Ideas That Feed a Crowd in No Time Flat
17 Last-Minute Potluck Ideas That Feed a Crowd in No Time Flat
17 Last-Minute Potluck Ideas That Feed a Crowd in No Time Flat
17 Last-Minute Potluck Ideas That Feed a Crowd in No Time Flat
17 Last-Minute Potluck Ideas That Feed a Crowd in No Time Flat
17 Last-Minute Potluck Ideas That Feed a Crowd in No Time Flat
17 Last-Minute Potluck Ideas That Feed a Crowd in No Time Flat
17 Last-Minute Potluck Ideas That Feed a Crowd in No Time Flat

It’s almost the weekend and you’re excited to get to that picnic, barbecue, or cookout your friends invited you to. But as you look back at the invitation (or scroll to the bottom of the email) for the get-together, you realize that it says “potluck.”

…Wait, what? Oh no. You definitely didn’t see that before. You most certainly are not prepared.

But never fear. Food52 is here to save you with some effortless recipes fit for a crowd. Wow your friends with rich chocolate cake or spicy salsa.

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It’s not uncommon for cultures to use food as a means to further define who they are. So I ask the question: What is “black food”? Most wouldn’t think twice if someone answered with fried chicken, collard greens, and cornbread—all examples of traditional soul food. However, each year, along with Aaron Hutcherson (of The Hungry Hutch), I coordinate a virtual potluck in celebration of Black History Month, where 28 bloggers contribute original recipes from the vast African Diaspora.

Every year I’m amazed by the sheer ingenuity, thoughtfulness, and wide cultural reach of each dish and story. From Guava short ribs (Caribbean) to mbuzi choma (East African) to chicken and sausage gumbo (Southern American), a range of traditional recipes are represented in this year’s list. While not explicitly called out, what’s also represented is the influence of black migrations. The historical movement of African peoples to new destinations has led to diasporic fusions, brand-new cuisines, and a thousand rich food stories. Take, for instance, A Dash of Jazz’s “Soul Food Power Bowl,” a hybrid of flavors from her mom’s Southern roots and her dad’s Nigerian roots.

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* This article was originally published here

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