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I don’t know about you, but for the holidays, I have four potlucks planned. Therefore, I was in desperate need of ideas. Consulting my good friend Pinterest, there were a few dishes that caught my attention. They looked delicious, easy and not too much trouble to carry.

  1. Healthy, 4-ingredients salmon cucumber rolls:

2. A fancy spinach, pecan, apple and feta salad:

Apple Pecan Feta Spinach Salad with Maple Cider Vinaigrette | Cooking Classy

3. A mushroom palmiers recipe that can be made ahead and frozen:

Mushroom Palmiers (Pastry)

4. Honey buffalo meatballs straight from the slow-cooker:

Tender juicy slow cooker Honey Buffalo Meatballs simmered in the most tantalizing sweet heat sauce that everyone goes crazy for! Perfect appetizer or delicious, easy meal with rice!

5. A dip is always a good idea, this an avocado hummus recipe:

Rich, creamy hummus made with avocado and NO tahini! With edamame, avocado, and fresh lemon and garlic, this hummus recipe is loaded with super foods and is a great healthy dip, healthy snack, and sandwich spread too! @wellplated

6. Peaches, ricotta and prosciutto crostinis:

Crostini with Peaches, Ricotta, Prosciutto, Honey and Basil

7. One of my favourites, sausage rolls:

8. Reinventing the classics, a cilantro-lime coleslaw:

cilantro-lime-coleslaw-twitter

9.Mini salmon sriracha cakes:

Mini Salmon Cakes with Sriracha Lemon Aioli Recipe

9. Super easy chicken wings:

Crispy Baked Salt and Pepper Chicken Wings - these will probably be the simplest and most amazing wings you'll ever make. Generously seasoned with salt and pepper and baked to a crisp perfection!

9. A vegan fudge recipe that looks amazing:

vegan no-bake fudge bars

10. For the classics, any kind of Christmas cookies:

Gingerbread Cookies | Cooking Classy

P.S. If you don’t have time to cook, think charcuterie platter.

I want to teach you How to Assemble a Charcuterie Platter. It is not difficult, but a few basic rules. A Charcuterie platter is an easy and elegant way to entertain especially if you have last minute guests without much time to cook anything.

Have a great stress-free holiday season 🙂

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My name is Isabelle (Zaza for the few people who knew me way back then). I am writing to you from my pink office in Montréal, Québec. As a French literature graduate, I soon realized that teaching was not for me and I am now working in an office. I love mountains, trees, soup, and books. In recent years, my passion for food grew bigger and bigger. As a result, I am now going out of my comfort zone in the kitchen and trying to be more adventurous. I invite you to follow me on my journey to learn new techniques, conquer desserts and find exquisite recipes. Along the way, I plan to share what excites me, may it be a newly discovered restaurant, book, artist or Etsy find.

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