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    Pot-luck dinner

    I've been invited to attend a pot-luck dinner at the home of someone that works at the journal I am on this semester.

    What should I bring/make?

    I am a decent cook and have access to a full kitchen. I just need an idea of an entree-type dish that is good/easy and can be served to multiple people.

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    I have no idea what a pot-luck dinner is, but I'd bring pizza and wings. People will like it better than anything you whip up your first time.

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    How many people are going to be there?
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    Shepherd's pie is always good.
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    look up crock pot meals, they always serve plenty, are good, and can stay warm.
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    Cut up and then cook some pineapple. Or steam some artichokes. Or cooked/baked potatoes.
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    give me pizza and wings.

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    Baked Ziti is reallllly easy and tastes great

    Just brown some ground beef, chopped up garlic, and yellow onions. Mix it in with some cooked pasta (I like penne). Mix everything in with some marinara sauce, throw it in a baking dish, top it off with some italian blend of cheese (just the stuff in the dairy isle) and throw it in the oven at 350 until the cheese is good and melted.

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