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Wednesday Pot Luck Lunch. Like a Champ.

Spoiler alert. Scroll down and check out the dishes, but read the first paragraph too. Big shout out to Jenna, Amanda, Jessica, Pam, and Melissa for coordinating one of the most epic pot luck lunches I have ever seen. NYC office – you have officially been challenged by your Arizona counterparts. It started out as…

Spoiler alert. Scroll down and check out the dishes, but read the first paragraph too.

Big shout out to Jenna, Amanda, Jessica, Pam, and Melissa for coordinating one of the most epic pot luck lunches I have ever seen. NYC office – you have officially been challenged by your Arizona counterparts. It started out as a menagerie of amazing culinary treats, and turned into an awesome team building event. I think we had 50 people packed into an 18′x24′ room (the break room). A glancing thought ran across my mind…turn down the lights, crank up the techno, and bust out the patron. But seriously, I was impressed with food prep skills of the team. We had a huge contribution, and I’m sorry if I missed anyone. Thanks Jiro, Bill, Katie, Meaghan, Jenna, Aaron, Amanda, Josh, Brianne, David, Jenny, James, Danielle, Heather, Nik, Dean, Austin, Ryan, Wynter and Amy ……

So without further ado, here’s some of the highlights:

Prosciutto-Wrapped Goat Cheese and Date Hors d’oeuvres

Say "prosciutto hors d'oeuvres" 10x fast. Go. Katie, you are the bomb - thanks for making my day.

 

Buffalo Chicken Wing Dip Love

Cheese, Cheese, Cheese, Cheese. And, Cheese. Happy heart attacks.

 

Meatballs Part 1: Sweet and Sour

Meatballs marinated with chili sauce and grape jelly. Delightful.

 

Meatballs Part 2: Swedish

A family tradition shared with the iACQ family.

 

Fig and Goat Cheese Salad

The healthy stuff.

 

Chocolate and Peanut Butter Parfaits

I want this crate to hold my pre-1990's red wine collection.

 

Aaron, this is Best Cake Ever Made by a Man. #IACQ for Life.

Yum Yum Cake.

 

Rice Krispies Treats… with Chocolate Drizzles!

These were insane. I want these every day please.

 

An Oldie but a Goodie

These make me fat.

 

Peach and Fruit Cobbler

Yum. Cobbler. Yum.

 

European Danish, Cookies, and Pastries

Box o' fun.

 

  • http://twitter.com/TheosKay Ted Kritikos

    All of this looks delicious but everybody knows New York is the epicenter for iAcquire’s culinary arts.

  • http://twitter.com/nicholasscriven ScrivDaddy

    Arizona Cooking skills are a lot like their Ping Pong Skills…WEAK!

  • http://twitter.com/NorRocwell Norris Rowley

    I’m booking my fight to AZ ASAP!

  • http://twitter.com/DigiPartner Digital Partner

    Oh man, Jenna’s dip was insane. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/FerrisAgain Heather Ferris

    Oh man…Jenna’s dip was RIDICULOUS. I had to struggle not to just stick my face in that crock pot. SO GOOD!

  • http://twitter.com/petermenchaca Peter Menchaca

    Jenna I am going to need that dip recipe for my “Chips & Dips” restaurant.

  • http://twitter.com/JennaMeeker Jenna Meeker

    Peter, here is the recipe:http://allrecipes.com/recipe/buffalo-chicken-dip/detail.aspx

    I changed it up slightly. I didn’t use canned chicken. I used a rotisserie chicken and shredded it myself. Also, I didn’t have celery so I left that out. 

    I skipped the skillet part and just put everything into a crockpot in the morning. I turned it to low, stirred occasionally and it was ready in a few hours. It lasted 10 minutes haha. You may want to double the recipe. 

    Good Luck NYC. 

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