The Potluck: February 2020

Continuing the monthly tradition, The Speckled Palate’s The Potluck: February 2020 includes a fancy dress, a pair of shoes, a TV show and more. Come check out my list and tell me what was on yours in February.

Collage for the Potluck February 2020

I’m squeaking in juuuuuuuuuust in time to get this Potluck up. I know. But I think we can all agree that the month of March has been unexpected and like something we’ve never experienced in our lives.

Before we close the door on February, though, I’d really like to take a look back at all the good things we did, experienced and shared.

Some highlights were…

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    • Traveling to San Miguel de Allende to celebrate two friends and their wedding. We had a fabulous time–from the wedding guest gatherings to catching up with old friends to exploring the city and experiencing San Miguel. We took a cooking class and did a tequila tasting while there, too. It was magical, and I cannot wait to go back.
    • A ladies night dinner. I’m fortunate enough to have several good friends, and some of them and I carved out an evening in February to get together and have a “fancy” dinner. We ate at City Hall Bistro here in Dallas, and it was a dream.
    • We celebrated “Fat Sunday” (instead of Fat Tuesday) with friends and ate shrimp and grits, as well as a giant king cake that my sister-in-law left in our freezer.

    To recap, my potluck, as defined by the folks at Merriam-Webster is:

    the regular meal available to a guest for whom no special preparations have been made… a communal meal to which people bring food to share —usually used attributively <a potluck supper>; whatever is offered or available in given circumstances or at a given time.

    Ready to learn some of the things I loved in February? Let’s do this potluck thing again!

    The Potluck: February 2020

    Continuing the monthly tradition, The Speckled Palate’s The Potluck: February 2020 includes a fancy dress, a pair of shoes, a TV show and more.

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