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The Food52 Cookbook, Volume II Potluck Parties

By • October 17, 2012 • 60 Comments

The Food52 Cookbook Volume 2

As the year winds down, as the weather gets colder, as the squash and pumpkins and cabbages replace the tomatoes, eggplants, and stone fruits at the market, we start thinking about how much we have to be thankful for. 

We’ve got holidays – and celebrations – on the mind.

And now, we’ve got yet another excuse for you to celebrate: the debut of The Food52 Cookbook, Volume II!

In honor of our second cookbook together, we’re asking you to spread the word, to invite your friends, and to throw the fun, fabulous potlucks we know you Food52-ers are experts at. And if you host, we and some of our favorite small producers will send you lots of cool stuff – 5 cookbooks, 2 pounds of Olli’s Handcrafted Cultured Butter (one salted, one herbed), and 10 half-pound bags of Rancho Gordo beans as giveaways for guests.

Olli's ButterRancho Gordo

Here’s how to get in on the action:

• Anyone interested in hosting or attending a Food52 Cookbook Potluck, please organize yourselves in the comments below! If you’re hosting, feel free to invite your friends -– and to include other Food52ers in your area.

• The first 40 hosts who write to us at [email protected] listing the location and number of people expected to attend (at least 7) will get the above loot from Olli’s and Rancho Gordo. 

• Make sure to take lots of photos, and send them to [email protected]; we can’t wait to feature them on Food52!

• And don't forget to pre-order the book, which will be on shelves December 4th!

Cheers!

 

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almost 2 years ago healthierkitchen

DC area people - We will gather on Dec. 30, so send me a message if you would like to attend! Anyone who's received invites before is still on the list...

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almost 2 years ago luvcookbooks

Meg is a trusted home cook.

I will be hosting a potluck party in January, on a Sunday. Please contact me with your email address if you are a food52er in the greater metro area and willing to travel to the Bronx for a Sunday Sundae Ice Cream Brunch celebrating the second volume of Food52 recipes!

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almost 2 years ago EatArt

sorry for the duplicated comments, but site didn't post the comment so I entered again. Now it posted them all! Anyway -- would be happy to host 1 potluck vs 4! ;)

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almost 2 years ago EatArt

would be happy to host an NYC potluck!

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almost 2 years ago EatArt

Would be delighted to host an NYC potluck.

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almost 2 years ago EatArt

Would be delighted to host an NYC potluck.

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almost 2 years ago EatArt

Would be delighted to host an NYC potluck.

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almost 2 years ago ntt2

I'd definitely host a potluck in Yonkers, New York, or gladly attend one and bring a pot! regards, nt

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almost 2 years ago luvcookbooks

Meg is a trusted home cook.

happy to have ypu bring a dish to the bronx, mrs. larkin wpuld come, too

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almost 2 years ago Lisa Anthony

I would love to host a potluck for all that would like to come to Covington, GA. Pls message me if you want to join our fun, diverse, home cooking and growing our own potluck.

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almost 2 years ago healthierkitchen

Editors : what is the suggested time frame for the parties? thanks!!

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almost 2 years ago luvcookbooks

Meg is a trusted home cook.

would like to host a party for about 20 people, pls msg me if u live near the Bronx

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almost 2 years ago gingerroot

Anyone else in Honolulu (or on Oahu...or in the state of Hawaii)? I'd love to host one in mid-December. Please message me if you are interested.

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almost 2 years ago jwlucas

Oops - not sure if my message posted. I have the perfect group in Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, NC. We meet monthly with speakers and always contribute food relevant to the topic. This would be a great way for uf to have a fun end-of-year gathering with members making dishes from the book -- and several taking home terrific door prizes! There are a number of well-known cookbook writers and food bloggers in our group, so there would be considerable opportunities to publicize the event and write about its outcome.

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almost 2 years ago jwlucas

I've got the perfect group in Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, NC. We meet monthly with speakers and always contribute food relevant to the topic. This would be a great way for us to have a fun end-of-year gathering, with everyone making a recipe from the book -- and several taking home terrific door prizes!

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almost 2 years ago susan g

SW New Hampshire, SE Vermont, Western MA -- or anywhere in our sphere --- I'll be happy to host in early January (with an alternate/weather date, of course). Contact me via my cook's page message button.

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almost 2 years ago susan g

SW New Hampshire, SE Vermont, Western MA -- or anywhere in our sphere --- I'll be happy to host in early January (with an alternate/weather date, of course). Contact me via my cook's page message button.

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almost 2 years ago fiveandspice

Emily is a trusted source on Scandinavian Cuisine.

Anyone else in Northern Minnesota? Anyone?! Bueller? Also, is there a particularly date we're supposed to be hosting on/near?

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almost 2 years ago cheese1227

I'm a recent southern Maine transplant and would love to host a book party up here if there are other Food52ers up here!