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    Dips, Spreads, & Salsas

    The ultimate party favors, don't you agree?
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    8 Reviews |  By MsSally

    I'm asked to bring this to every family function. This is my great aunt's recipe and when she could no longer make it, I took over. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do. You can use low-fat or fat-free cream cheese for this, but it will not get hard and form a ball. If you make it with low-fat ingredients, place the mixture in a bowl or decorative crock and top with crushed pecans. Cook time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #273147

    I found this on a fresh oregano package. Says to serve it with your favorite crackers, crusty bread or pita toasts. I think it would be great with fresh veggies as well.

    Recipe #251872

    4 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Grilled veggies pureed in a food processor for a nice smoky, fresh salsa. Adapted from a recipe in Leslie's recipe archive. nt

    Recipe #241966

    This recipe is from the Italian Inn in Tulsa, OK. After over 40 years in business they closed their doors. They were famous for their cheese spread that was served before every entree with antipasto and fresh hot breadsticks. They sold as much of the cheese and breadsticks to go as eating in. The cheese is the key to this recipe, and they ordered it from Wisconsin.

    Recipe #236357

    This stuff is habit-forming! This is the best copycat recipe I've found, as it uses homemade ranch dressing; bottled ranch just doesn't taste very good, in this dip.

    Recipe #229104

    This recipe comes from Tangier Island, in Southern Maryland/Virginia, a serene little island at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay, actually part of Virginia. When you arrive on the dock at Tangier, you are received on the dock to wonder about this fishing/crabing/oystering town. Along the walkways, and small streets, women type out their recipes, handed down from generation to generation and place them on a plywood board in plastic bags. I picked this recipe in a little packet, wrapped carefully in plastic wrap, typed on an old typewriter and have loved this little recipe ever since. The cost for these simple 6 hand-typed recipes were $1.00 and was self serve. This recipe is a part of a culture that has stood the test of time, and the folks that live within this island remain steadfast in tradition. Basically, Tangier Island represents what should be a prosperous, but simple way of living, bringing oysters and crabs to the people of Maryland and Virginia. This recipe speaks of this island when life took a breath and enjoyed the riches, and bountiful crustations of our beautiful Chesapeake Bay. When I prepare this recipe, I will always be reminded of this wonderful place and a wonderful time. Serve on crackers, or crusty warmed bread. *Note* this recipe is not a *dip*. As a previous reviewer noted, this compares more to baked crab, a la Maryland. In Maryland we serve baked crab/crab cake sometimes on bread/crackers. I hope you enjoy this simple but historical taste of Maryland, and if not, then send it over here to Longmeadow Farm...we will be glad to devour it with gusto!! Really, enjoy.

    Recipe #222431

    This could be used as a dip or a spread. I made it up when I realized I needed it for a recipe I was about to make: recipe#204602. I thought it turned out very flavorful and yummy.

    Recipe #220431

    5 Reviews |  By MamaJ

    My Mom makes this for all family gatherings and it is always well received. I have never taken it anywhere that I didn't get several requests for the recipe. It is such a quick appetizer and sooo delicious. I hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #220003

    5 Reviews |  By pincus

    This was in the food section of our newspaper and is credited to "Come On In: Recipes from the Junior League of Jackson Mississippi." The taste combination is delicious. Serve with tortilla chips.

    Recipe #216967

    Named in honor of the friend who introduced this recipe to me. It wouldn't be a party without Kitty's dip. I usually use a little more parmesan. I've also used the oscar meyer prepackaged bacon bits, which makes it much easier to prepare (and you get to eat it sooner!). There is never any left over. (In the photo, I used part of the bacon in the dip, then shaped it into a football shape and used the rest of the bacon bits on the outside as a coating. It was a hit at the superbowl party!)

    Recipe #214123

    This is a great salsa recipe. It takes a little more time but it's worth it! My friends compare this to Baja Fresh's dark salsa. This is a bit thicker and spicier though. Great on fish tacos or with tortilla chips.

    Recipe #212071

    This is any easy dip and a favorite where ever I happen to take it, but I always make it for the Super Bowl. Be sure to use a shallow large platter. This dip can easily be doubled for a large group.

    Recipe #209064

    3 Reviews |  By KelBel

    This is surprisingly good! Had this during a Thanksgiving party. Great served on wheat crackers or celery.

    Recipe #205280

    9 Reviews |  By lizeroo

    I love these from the Keg restaurant and hope these are a great imitation! Recipe from recipecircus

    Recipe #203480

    If you are an onion-lover you will love this, it takes very little time to make and may be made in advance covered and refrigerated until ready to bake, use mayonnaise only for this not salad dressing --- serve this dip with Ritz butter crackers --- servings are only estimated.

    Recipe #195968

    This is my favorite Guac of all times! It is inhaled when I make it!

    Recipe #193688

    This really does have a lovely spicy flavor. The honey adds a little extra depth, too. Try it with apples and grapes--you could even use it as a fruit salad dressing! Prep time is chill time.

    Recipe #189948

    6 Reviews |  By lazyme

    I tried this last Christmas and it was a real hit. The men in particular really raved about it - maybe it was the beer?

    Recipe #178154

    I'm not sure if it taste like chocolate chip cookie dough exactly because of the cream cheese, but it is very good. You can serve this dip with graham crackers, vanilla wafer cookies or pretzels. I love it for when I need a sweet dessert but don't have the time to bake cookies. Cook time is cooling time for the butter mixture.

    Recipe #171792

    A delicious party dip!!! Very fast and easy.

    Recipe #171719

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