With the holiday season right around the corner, there's no better time to brush up on your etiquette--your potluck etiquette, to be exact. With the plethora of gatherings and parties that this time of the year brings, you'll surely have ample opportunity to put what you learn to work.
Potlucks are a great way to share food and fellowship--without the entire burden falling to the host/hostess--but is it entirely free form? Are there "rules" or considerations that we can adapt to help us be on our best potluck party-going behavior?
This video, featuring Peggy Post (author of Emily Post's Etiquette), gives some pointers on the dos, don'ts and whatevers of this often overlooked form of dining and entertaining. It's potluck--elevated!