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    No fail! Never undercook or overcook your eggs again. I came across this method in my search to avoid the ugly green cast that yolks take on when overcooked. Add on a couple minutes to soak time if you use Jumbo eggs.

    Recipe #138082

    For those of you who love anchovies, here is a quick and easy spread my grandfather and uncle used to make. This spread can be made with the rolled anchovies with capers too. This spread goes well with unsalted crackers and your choice of ice cold beer!

    Recipe #123753

    Great with Raw Veggies! I use cider vinegar.

    Recipe #220824

    This dip is great for those Sunday afternoon football games or anytime you have friends and family over to visit. Quick and easy - my bywords when it comes to cooking for company.

    Recipe #43111

    This dip also works well with club crackers and chips! Perfect for a get together or game day!!

    Recipe #41307

    My "Aunt Sue" had this published in a cookbook many, many years ago. The difference is the bite of the horseradish and the crunch of the dried onion. MMMMMM-good! Make sure the mayo is high-quality and the curry is, too. I use more curry as we like the taste.

    Recipe #105860

    8 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is based on one of my favorite Claudia Rodan recipes. You need good feta cheese for this. Serve with pita bread to dip in.

    Recipe #16571

    For those of us - and I know you're out there! - who really do like liverwurst. I love the stuff! This recipe came from my grandparents.

    Recipe #46294

    1 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    Serve as a dip, with crudités or toasted bread wedges. Dollop on pasta dishes. Or use in place of mayo on sandwiches.

    Recipe #200601

    24 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A little twist on the hummus recipe. The green chilies gives this dip a nice slight kick. This also makes a great sandwich spread.

    Recipe #94308

    This is absolutely delicious! When I was a little girl my friend Patty's Mum made this for lunch. Serve it on pumpernickle or caraway rye bread with a garnish of green pepper rings...it makes a wonderful and unique sandwich or a spread when entertaining!

    Recipe #201751

    This is so tasty I could eat it by the spoonful. The recipe comes from my Kraft What's Cooking Magazine. If at all possible use homemade sundried tomatoes (I used Mirj's recipe #14681 - awesome!), they add so much more flavour.

    Recipe #195688

    We like to serve this with grilled peppers and toasted baguette. Edited to add: if you're using store bought wasabi paste, be aware that it is MUCH weaker, and if you want it to have a kick, you'll need to add quite a bit more.

    Recipe #250576

    A local restaurant serves these and the waitress offered the recipe! I have made these at home several times and they are DH's favorite way to eat portabellas. Amounts are not given as everything depends on your taste and how many mushrooms that you have to serve.

    Recipe #32462

    This is the most amazing dip that is also wonderful spread on grilled steaks and burgers and also wonderful served on the side with raw veggies --- fresh garlic may be used, but be cautious only to use a small amount 1 teaspoon minced or less of fresh will do fine as it will overpower the other ingredients, I use about 1 tablespoon roasted for this, start by adding in a small amount at a time, and increase the amount of roasted garlic (fresh or roasted) as this dip gets stronger when left left to chill for the full 24 hours, so you might want to start with a small amount of garlic and add in more the following day if desired --- this is a dip I created years ago and still serve it today at get togethers it is the first to completey go so I always make a double batch --- gorgonzola cheese can be replaced with blue cheese for a milder flavor --- plan ahead this dip needs to chill 8-24 hours before using, you may adjust all ingredients to taste, if you prefer a more creamy dip increase the sour cream slightly, but start with the stated amounts, you will love this dip! :)

    Recipe #141191

    Found this on the internet and though it sounded really tasty. You don't have to use nuts, grated cheese or poppy seeds would work just as well.

    Recipe #140640

    This spread is great in pita pockets and is also yummy in a good whole grain bread. I got this from Vegetarian Times Cookbook. A little Spanish influence, a little Indian and some Southwest!

    Recipe #39025

    This is a recipe I got from a dear friend while she was on the Atkins diet. I just fell in love with the flavor. I now make them as an appetizer for Thanksgiving every year. I never make the old mayo mixture anymore. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #196585

    26 Reviews |  By Leta

    An old standby for party trays and buffets. A good way to use those Easter Eggs.

    Recipe #55943

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