The word “potluck” is no stranger to anyone who has enjoyed fellowship at the local community church or civic event.  It simply means a food or meal that happens to be available without special preparation or purchase.  It’s origin dates all the way back to around 1590.  It was derived from the word “pot” + “luck”, with the notion of "one's luck or chance as to what may be in the pot." The dictionary also declares the word to mean a meal for a large group where participants bring various foods to be shared. Today in conversation it is ofern used  to  mean, “whatever is available or comes ones’ way."

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