HOW TO POTLUCK

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Two groups of Rosary Students celebrate the awesomeness of food.

Two groups of Rosary Students celebrate the awesomeness of food.

Photo Credit: Mrs. Reinbold

Photo Credit: Mrs. Reinbold

Two groups of Rosary Students celebrate the awesomeness of food.

Franny Lahr, Staff Writer

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WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS CONTENT ABOUT FOOD AND ROSARY GIRLS’ OBSESSION WITH IT.

Food is a necessity of life, especially the lives of Rosary girls. So it comes as no surprise

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Yumm!

that potlucks are one of the many traditions we have at Rosary.

A potluck is a gathering in which each individual brings a different food item to share. However, we highly regard food at Rosary, sometimes we struggle with delivering all the essential pieces for a perfect potluck.

A perfect potluck is one in which every person involved is fully committed and delivers what they promise to bring–even the person who brings the plates!

In order to have a successful potluck, time must be dedicated to planning every detail. Details are extremely important and must not be taken lightly. The planning, if not meticulously executed, will result in a complete and utter failure.

  1. Pick the perfect date: Pick a date when the majority of participants are available and willing to bring food.
  2. Assign each person to bring a certain item: a perfect balance of appetizers, main courses, and desserts is vital to the well-being of a potluck. Chips and guacamole, pizza, and brownies are always a popular choice.
  3. In order to ensure that everyone brings EXACTLY what she promised to bring, a group text is a useful and convenient tool.
  4. Secure the perfect spot: In order to ward off the beggars who are fueled with jealously at the scrumptious meal, the spot outside of room 8 is the place to go.

If the participants follow these exact instructions, the potluck will be an overwhelming success.

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  1. Aj Arrington on August 27th, 2017 7:03 pm

    Loved the warning at the top, it was very funny. I think your guys’ articles have been great so far this year! I’m excited to see the Reporter this year. 🙂

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