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    What should I make?

    Hi fellow chefs, I need some ideas on what to make for a potluck I'm going to. This is a Valentine's day themed potluck party, with ~15-20 in attendance. I'm thinking of something that's easy to transport, and preferably requires no utensils. However, edible utensils or some non-traditional disposable utensils (I'm thinking pipettes for sauces) will do as well. It doesn't have to be a main dish, or a big dish. Hors d'oeuvres will be just fine. Cheaper is better. I think I can cook well, if not then I can at least follow instructions well. However, I have little to no experience when it comes to dessert.

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    Make a lasagna Bolognaise. Hey look, you're a hero now. For dessert? Tiramisu.
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    Bacon wrapped gargonzola stuffed dates. Amazing bites.
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Pescador View Post
    Bacon wrapped gargonzola stuffed dates. Amazing bites.
    that sounds awesome!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Pescador View Post
    Bacon wrapped gargonzola stuffed dates. Amazing bites.
    I stuff mine with chorizo and serve with a romanesco sauce. They really are a crowd pleaser.

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    Beef heart kabobs.
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    chicken fried sweetbreads always are a good one. different but everyone loves fried food. i do it as a passed with crispy collard greens and a red eye gravy.

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    eggrolls, summer rolls, or spring rolls. you can put anything in them, it's easy to make alot of them and no utensils or mess when eating them. You can also make a million different sauces.
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    Fried Chicken Skins on a skewer with a coarse ground mustard for dipping.
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    Valentines day? Chicken heart rumaki!
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