6 Potluck Recipes Every Woman Needs
They're easy to transport, completely crowd-pleasing and actually taste better if you make them a few hours (or even a day) before eating.
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The Barbecue Dish That Will Definitely Warrant a Night-Before Taste Test
This outrageously tasty barbecued pork dish from chef Tyler Florence tastes better the longer it sits, since there are so many flavors involved. There's the chili-paprika spice rub, an apple juice-chicken stock braising liquid and then a bacon-thyme barbecue sauce. Make the pork in a slow cooker the day before the party, refrigerate overnight and rewarm before serving. Guests can build their own sandwiches, adding whatever fixings are on the buffet table, from coleslaw to potato chips.
Get the recipe: Slow-Cooked Barbecue Pork Shoulder and the Ultimate Barbecue Sauce