Potluck dinners are great get-togethers, and they offer affordable ways to feed a large gathering of people. Over the years Ive collected some great large volume recipes at our family reunions and work buffets. None of them require a large grocery budget to make, and all of them feed plenty of people.
Combine all dressing ingredients. Add coleslaw cabbage to the dressing. Refrigerate overnight. Meanwhile, mix all of the crunchy ingredients. Add the crunchy mix to the dressing/coleslaw mixture just before serving.
Chop the broccoli and the cauliflower heads into small pieces. Then, add all of the ingredients together and refrigerate a few hours before serving chilled.
Bring to a boil the orange juice, pineapple juice, sugar, egg, and tablespoon of lemon juice. Remove from heat after reaching a boil and cool. Then, fold in the whipped cream. Toss the apples, bananas, and grapes with the 1/4 cup lemon juice. Stir everything together and refrigerate. Add the pecans just before serving.
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