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Virtual Cornbread Potluck

My husband and I recently hosted a potluck dinner and invited a variety of guests, many of whom did not know one another. It was amazing to see how the food became a common thread that brought everyone together. Nancy’s chicken and dumplings, Charlotte’s salad and Lovella’s banana pudding were shared among the group, spurred new friendships and made for a wonderful day.

Even though we can’t all physically sit around the dinner table today, we can join together for the third Annual Martha White® Virtual Cornbread Potluck. Let’s use this opportunity to exchange recipes and memories with each other.

At the 20th Annual National Cornbread Festival, Martha White will host a Past Judges Cook-Off for Charity event. This is an exciting milestone for cornbread and the perfect time to join together with ten of our blogger partners to highlight and share their favorite cornbread recipes. The below links will take you directly to the individual blog sites making it easy to check out their delicious creations.

My virtual potluck recipe will be a Fresh Tomato Tart with Black Pepper Cornbread Crust – a cornbread crusted version of tomato pie. I love this recipe because it’s a perfect appetizer for a potluck, cook-out or any casual summer party.

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Your Virtual Potluck Hosts:

Stacey – Southern Bite: Blueberry Cornbread
Brandie – The Country Cook: Caprese Cornbread
Stephanie – Plain Chicken: BBQ Chicken Cornbread Muffins
Tina – Mommy’s Kitchen: Southern Cornbread Salad
Melissa – Melissa’s Southern Style Kitchen: Cheddar Bacon Jalapeno Cornbread Loaf
Christin – Spicy Southern Kitchen: Sloppy Joe Cornbread Muffins
Christy – Southern Plate: 2 Ingredient Hot Water Cornbread
Angela – About a Mom: Mini Corn Dog Muffins
Brett – This Mama Loves: Chicken Chili with Cornbread Crust
Jenny – Picky Palate: BLT Cornbread Salad

What are you bringing to the potluck?

 

4 Comments

  1. Hi Linda! Clearly you and I were craving some tomatoes and cornbread! Love the idea of a cornbread crust!!

  2. Delicious looking as always Linda. This will be one of the first recipes I make when my tomatoes start popping up in my garden.

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