What Dish Should You Bring to Your Holiday Potluck?

Potlucks are a great way to have a holiday party with your friends, family and coworkers while saving yourself a lot of time, hassle and money! After all, as the host you're only responsible for a portion of the dishes (like the main meat and a side or two) and not the entire meal. In my opinion, hosting a holiday party should be fun, not stressful, so why not have a potluck? My personal rule is just to have the guests bring their favorite holiday side dish and I'll make the ham! So if you're one of the lucky ones who gets invited to a holiday potluck this season, here are a few easy-to-make meals that can feed a crowd!
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5 Fruits You've Never Heard Of But Need to Try!

Outside the produce aisle at your grocery store, there are actually thousands of interesting fruits to be found all over the world! Many of them you'll never get to try, but should you comes across one of these five you should definitely go out of your way to give them a taste!

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Chocolate Fun Facts

As you’d expect on a day as special as National Chocolate Day, we’ve been celebrating accordingly. Wrappers discarded from gourmet truffles litter desks in our office and lunchtime was brought to a close with a slice of our chocolate cheesecake sampler. But we wanted to have our chocolate and learn about it too. So we did a little research and thought you might find these fun facts delicious (but maybe in a different way) too:
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Why Do We Eat Turkey at Thanksgiving?

You may not have learned this in elementary school, but at the first Thanksgiving the Pilgrims were probably eating more wildfowl, like goose or duck, than turkey. And if Benjamin Franklin had his way, the turkey would be the national bird of the United States, not the bald eagle! So if turkey wasn't served at the first Thanksgiving and it almost became our national bird, how did the turkey come to grace every family table on Thanksgiving?
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