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Another way to look at the potluck dinner

cythiah@lakevillejournal.com

Mary Close Oppenheimer and her husband, Philip Oppenheimer, were among several people who asked for copies of the potluck dinner guidelines that were created by Brooke Loening, featured in our issue of Jan. 12. That article inaugurated a new column, Hungry Friends, that we hope will run regularly. The idea behind it is, as Brooke would say, taking us out of our culinary comfort zones by taking part in small potluck dinners. 

Fine friends and new foods

It might seem like a stretch to put this new column on the Health page but here’s the concept: Potluck dinners are a wonderful way to get together in  winter, and they have an inherent health benefit if done with a little energy and “intention” (to use a 2016 buzz word).

Fine friends and new foods

It might seem like a stretch to put this new column on the Health page but here’s the concept: Potluck dinners are a wonderful way to get together in  winter, and they have an inherent health benefit if done with a little energy and “intention” (to use a 2016 buzz word).