Paleo-Primal Potluck: Have a Favorite Paleo/Primal Cookbook?

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Potluck Meet and Greeting starts at 6:30 pm.

Potluck Eating begins at 7:00pm!

At this potluck we encourage you to cook from, and bring along, your favorite Paleo-Primal cookbook to share with the group. If your cookbook is online, print out some copies of the recipe and bring them with. Why? Because everyone's always asking how to make this delicious food you all have been bringing! (Tips: put your name in your cookbook so it doesn't get mixed up with others, write out your recipe so you can include your own little touches that have improved upon them, it's also easier to make copies!)

Don't tempt fate by showing up late…the good stuff may have already been ate! 🙂 Don't worry, this has never happened (there's always plenty of food!), but it does allow time to get all the food laid out, drinks served, and get to know each other!

RSVP and let us know how many people will be coming with you!

This is an adults-only potluck! (For those who want to bring their kids, potlucks on the final Sunday of each month are designated “family-friendly”!)

Traditional Paleo/Primal Potluck: Bring enough of each dish to serve 8 to 10 people. (As host, I stray from this rule slightly, and always prepare a delicious grass-fed beef entree large enough for all attendees to enjoy, serving ~20 people.) Always use safe food handling practices.

After you RSVP, please let us know which category of food you plan to bring in the comments section. This will help prevent overlap and can facilitate coordination of dishes, making for a well-balanced meal. You may bring more than one dish if you like! If you need suggestions to fit your cooking skills, budget, or time constraints, please contact Chef Rachel for ideas. Again, this can be done through the comments section, or by email through

Food Categories

* Fish, poultry, or meat * Egg dish * Soup

* Green salad * Sea vegetable dish * Fruit

* Cooked vegetable * Dessert * Other

On an index card, please write the name of each recipe and all of the ingredients so that people with food allergies or intolerances will know if they can eat the dish without problems. If you like, bring copies of your recipe to share!

Eco-Friendly Potluckers: feel free to bring your own containers to take home whatever leftovers are available!

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