About Potluck

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What sorts of things are appropriate to bring to a potluck event?
Please be aware that Ayamanatara is allergic to wheat (including soy sauce and modified food starch), buckwheat, sprouted wheat, spelt, raw tomatoes, oranges, grapefruit, melon (except for watermelon) and all food additives, including MSG, nitrates, and sulfides, as well as THC. She also avoids alcohol and artificial sweeteners. Protein-based foods are most preferred after an event.

New Moon Gatherings and Full Moon Women’s Circles: protein-based foods like cheeses and roast chicken, vegetable plates, fresh fruit, a favorite recipe, finger foods

Samhain/Day of the Dead/Fall Crossquarter: Cider, gluten-free/wheat-free spice breads and pies, soups and stews, squash-based dishes, pork, potatoes, apple-based dishes, corn, curries, pickled foods

Yule/Winter Solstice: cider, gluten-free/wheat-free fruit cake, turkey, goose, duck, squash-based dishes, eggnog (alcohol-free), tamales, pickled foods, smoked fish

Imbolc/Groundhog Day/Winter Crossquarter: milk-based dishes, milk and honey drinks, salmon, lamb, winter or spring vegetables, egg dishes, chicken, beef, middle-eastern food

Ostara/Spring Equinox: lamb, spring vegetables, eggs, edible flowers, spring salads, Japanese food

Beltane/May Day/Spring CrossQuarter: berries, edible flowers, duckling, goat cheese, alcohol-free mead, Irish foods

Midsummer/Summer Solstice: fresh fruits, fresh vegetables, savory fresh herbs, cold soups, salmon, fresh fish, salads, alcohol-free mead, herb bread

Lughnasadh/Summer Crossquarter: fresh fruits and vegetables, floral foods, corn bread, beef, lamb, fish, chicken, corn on the cob, berries, cream-based foods

Mabon/Autumnal Equinox: fruits and squashes, honey, cider, roast chicken, spices, preserves, wild rice dishes