For the season opener of Game of Thrones, the Gunns kindly hosted a watching party. And Jeff made his famous lasagna. Delicious! So we didn’t have to feel too bad about it, I brought roasted broccoli. Why haven’t I roasted broccoli before? It’s amazing. Oh, and chocolate chip cookies. Because, cookies. Look, we had salad too and nommy garlic bread. There may have been adult beverages too.
What’s a black elephant xxx-mas party? At Star & Simon’s, it was like a white elephant party but with random XXX gifts thrown in. Much to the surprise of some party attendees. We brought regular and porn gifts. Hilarious! And we stuffed ourselves with awesome food like we always do.
A Gutenfleischer’s roast wrapped in puff pastry, biscuits, and gravy is hiding in a crock pot.
Mac & Cheeze, sushi
Rice paper rolls and peanut sauce
Mr. Gunn’s seitanic casserole
And here’s my fatty plate.
There were desserts too but I failed at taking pictures of them for some reason.
It somehow came out at one gathering or another that I’d never seen Grandma’s Boy. And just like that, a Grandma’s Boy potluck was planned. Brunch and a movie. Okay, it wasn’t the worst thing ever, and I did laugh a few times, but mostly it was underwhelming. But now I’ve seen it and can stop getting harassed about it.
Brunch was awesome though:
Scramble on top of grits, a cheezy biscuit, raw garlicky kale, stuffed crescent rolls and coffee cake.
That sure does sound appetizing, doesn’t it? Our potluck themes definitely seem to be escalating. I suppose it’s not going to stop until we’re all fighting over toilets, sinks and buckets to puke in.
So, the themed dishes will probably give you a good idea of what goatse is if you aren’t familiar. If you find yourself googling this, the result will be not safe for work, lunch, eyes, etc. You have been warned.
The is the beefy stew pot pie I brought. There was another one, but this one was the best. Lol at the carrot floater.
I also brought roasted delicata squash. But it wasn’t on theme. So good though. If you’ve been ignoring these in the market, you need to fix that. No peeling!
Back to the themed dishes…excellent use of the slashes on the sourdough. I can’t remember what was under the bread. An Italian pasta thing I’m guessing.
Uh, hollowed out corn muffins with chili, I think:
Now we’re going to get a little more abstract:
What horrible thing will we come up with next?
We’re pretty much potluck crazy. Since vegan brunch options are limited in Atlanta, it’s always a good choice.
In the back, biscuits, gravy, cheezy grits with sausage. In front, apples, banana waffles and, uh, another waffle type.
Two quiches, coffee cake, banana chocolate chip muffins, beverages.
My plate of goodness.
Since Boston Terriers were welcome, I brought Tak over. Slayer spent the whole time chasing her around the loft trying to hump her. One day we’re going to have to get all 4 BTs in one place. That’ll be ridiculous.
Afterwards most of us headed over to Octane which has now opened a location convenient to us. Yay!
The next potluck post has a goatse theme. Why yes, there might just be something wrong with us.