I'm joining a group of coworkers in preparing and serving lunch to the guys at our local fire house next week. Others are planning to contribute things like lasagna, eggplant and chicken parm, sausage and peppers, shepherd's pie, and chicken wings. There will be rolls and a big green salad, and of course lots of desserts. My original thought was to make a big pot of my Borrachos since that's what I usually bring to a potluck, but now I'm rethinking that. It seems our meal is a little light on produce, so maybe a vegetable side, or an alternate salad? It should be a dish that travels well (about an hour on the subway from my home to the office), or that can be prepped in an office kitchen soon before service. Any thoughts or suggestions are welcome and greatly appreciated!
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