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Potluck Dinner Recipes

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Meaty Slow-Cooked Jambalaya

Sure makes life easy having this wonderful, full-of-flavor dish stashed away in the freezer! Another plus, you throw it all in the crock pot. No skillet necessary.—Diane Smith, Pine Mountain, Georgia
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Turkey Sloppy Joes for a Crowd

Turkey Sloppy Joes for a Crowd

Turkey Sloppy Joes for a Crowd

I found this recipe in my mother's recipe box. Sometimes I serve it over vegetables such as corn or green beans, but it's equally delicious on a bun. —Julie Clemes, Adrian Michigan

Honey-Apple Turkey Breast

Honey-Apple Turkey Breast

Honey-Apple Turkey Breast

I found this recipe in a diabetics’ cookbook. We really like the honey flavor. The sweetness comes through when I use the leftovers in casseroles and soups, too.

Black-and-Blue Pizzas

Black-and-Blue Pizzas

Black-and-Blue Pizzas

“Gooey with cheese and loaded with flavorful toppings, these pizzas are rich and filling. Add a mixed green salad to make the meal complete.” —Michelle Huelskamp, Marion, North Carolina

Okie Beans

Okie Beans

Okie Beans

I got the original version of this recipe from a pastor's wife. That makes sense—because it makes up a generous potful that's perfect for church suppers.—Linda Creason, McAlester, Oklahoma

Ed's Meat Loaves

Ed's Meat Loaves

Ed's Meat Loaves

Reader partially cooks two and freezes them--DO NOT use as romance due to food safety issues! These savory, convenient loaves are one of my most favorite main courses.

Donna Lasagna

Donna Lasagna

Donna Lasagna

This traditional lasagna is a real crowd-pleaser. With ground beef, Italian sausage, a from-scratch tomato sauce and a rich cheese sauce, it's hearty and delicious. I get lots of compliments when I put together and share this wonderful dish.—Donna Patterson, Davenport, Iowa

Chicken Chorizo Lasagna

Chicken Chorizo Lasagna

Chicken Chorizo Lasagna

The combination of roasted chicken and chorizo is so good, you have to serve this lasagna at your next Mexican-themed meal. The avocado lime cream adds a bit of coolness to offset the recipe's heat.

Mustard-Glazed Ham

Mustard-Glazed Ham

Mustard-Glazed Ham

MY MOM was known as the best cook in the country. This delicious glaze was in her collection of handwritten recipes. I laminated the ones I use most often, and this favorite was included. It's easy to prepare, and everyone seems to like ham made this way. -Dorothy Smith, El Dorado, Arkansas

Cheese & Pumpkin-Filled Manicotti

Cheese & Pumpkin-Filled Manicotti

Cheese & Pumpkin-Filled Manicotti

Our family adores autumn and anything to do with pumpkins! We all love this recipe because it is warm and comforting. It's so easy to put together on a cool fall evening after a day of work or raking leaves. —Mandy Howison, Renfrew Pennsylvania

Flavorful Beef Brisket

Flavorful Beef Brisket

Flavorful Beef Brisket

A memorable part of my wedding day was the supper my mom prepared. This moist fork-tender brisket is a popular entree hearty appetites appreciate.

Sweet 'n' Spicy Country Ribs

Sweet 'n' Spicy Country Ribs

Sweet 'n' Spicy Country Ribs

“My friends have asked me to bottle my barbeque sauce, rub and marinades. My favorite saying is, 'You cook it, and they will come.'” And they sure will with these tender ribs on the menu! Thanks to Allan Stackhouse Jr of Jennings, Louisiana for the recipe.
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