Thursday, December 7, 2017

3 Excellent Potluck Dish Ideas to Bring to Work: from Quill!

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It is that time of year where holiday parties at work are abundant. We've had one already and I know there are more to come, including the big one where everyone will be asked to bring a dish. Quill has come up with some great recipe ideas, for 3 potluck dishes. They are all easy to make, but still uncommon enough (as a potluck dish) to be cool. I can't decide if it's the first, second or third that I like best, but I'm leaning towards the (second one), which is a rice dish. All of them look great though, they really do, and any one of them would surely be a hit at any holiday business get-together.



In addition to the recipes, Quill.com is a wonderful place to visit to pick up most anything you need for in and outside of work. In the case of a potluck work function, for example, you can not only get recipe ideas for a dish to bring, but you can also buy the decorations, containers to carry your food in, napkins, disposable cutlery and more from them as well. They are truly a goldmine one-stop shop for all of your office and party needs!



Browse their site to see all that they have to offer. I'll be headed over later today to check out their guide on how to plan the perfect party. 'tis the season, and I'm thinking a small gathering for a group of us who all work in one key area of my job would be an awesome idea, and a great way to say Merry Christmas (or Happy Holidays) too.

4 comments:

Julie Wood said...

I need some ideas really bad. I like the sandwich idea with the roll ups. I think I will use this idea for the Holidays!

Pat Hatt said...

Last place I worked used to have potluck all the time, i didn't want to poison anyone, so I avoided it haha.

Sandee said...

Now I'm hungry. I love these.

Have a fabulous day. ♥

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Rosey - I love making something slightly different - but a standard has been cheese pinwheels ... crispy, once cooled slightly, from the oven - too good ... cheers Hilary