What’s Cookin’ for Sunday’s Potluck?

1 Oct

DSCN0290Do you know what you’re making for the harvest potluck?  Sunday’s party is quickly approaching. If you’d like to incorporate some super-local flavor into your dish, there’s garlic, basil, lemon balm and other herbs available in the garden. Feel free to post your planned dish in the comments.

Need inspiration?  Popular past dishes: pasta, herb-infused olive oil for dipping, mint-flavored drinks, and salsa. Not sure if you can cook, but want to make a contribution? Consider bringing a staple such as French baguettes, fruit salad, tortilla chips or crudité. Or a drink. Wine counts as fruit!

What it Take To Keep The Garden Going The harvest party marks the season’s end but also the beginning of our next one. Thanks in advance for helping the garden budget grow with your donations. We need soil, seeds and a drink-safe hose, among other things. Cash donations or checks payable to CVOI may be brought to the event or left to the attention of Donna Chaiet (230 Jay St). Checks can also be submitted to the office. Thank you.

2 Responses to “What’s Cookin’ for Sunday’s Potluck?”

  1. alternahealthgrrrl October 1, 2013 at 9:47 PM #

    We’re bringing a pasta dish, 2-3 bottles of red wine, and possibly some bread. -Denise, Mike + Benji

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  1. Get Yer Garlic! | Concord Village EarthLab - October 1, 2013

    […] dishes. (Reminder: The potluck party is THIS Sunday, 5-8pm in the community room. Please bring a dish or drink to share.) I pinned a small ziploc bag filled with some cloves onto the flyer in the 175 Adams laundry room. […]

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