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This was pretty good. I love that the ingredients are simple and the spread can be used for an assortment of things. Dip, spread on a deli sandwich, used with bagels, in pita bread etc. Next time I will add some garlic and maybe try some onion like one of the other reviewers tried. Thanks for posting this recipe. Made for PAC Spring 2012.
Best one yet. I put in a 5 oz jar of Olives instead of the pimento. If you let seat a few hours or best over night the flavors really come out.
very good! I also added some finely chopped pecans and about a tablespoon olive juice... goes great with crackers, french bread, and bagles. love it!!!
This is so easy to make and the colors are very festive! I made as written, tasted then spooned out a bit and added some grated onion and garlic as an experiment. I really liked that better. DH was in heaven as a meal is not complete without olives on his plate and he eats cream cheese, straight up, as a snack. _Weird dude_ huh? ;-) Thanks for sharing this good-to-have-on-hand recipe!
This is a GREAT spread for all you olive lovers. I served this with assorted crackers for our "happy hour" and everyone loved this. I did add a few black olives that I needed to us up. The tang from the green olives is a perfect compliment for crackers or as a sandwich spread. Thanks for sharing this, ikooj14u.