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Everybody loves this when I make it. When there is any left, we like to roll it up in tortillas and slice them to make spiral snacks.
made this for football sunday... wonderfull!!! Everyone raved about it and was given strict orders to bring for every game. Best of all, so easy to make!!
I made this bread dip for a Christmas party and now this is my assigned dish every year. Everyone loved it. The only differences were I also added a small bit of minced garlic and a few cheese blends including asiago and romano with the cheddar. Great and easy to make.
I made this for a party and it was a huge hit. I made two of them and in one I added chopped fresh broccoli, it was delicious. I did bake them for the full 1 1/2 hours as instructed.
Delicious! I made the recipe even easier by using a bottle of real bacon pieces (in the salad aisle) and a bag of shredded cheese. I used sliced pumpernickel bread. I baked the dip in a dish instead of in a bread bowl. I only baked it long enough to get warm. I don't think it needs 1.5 hours. It was a hit with everyone!!
Wow! This was super easy and really tasty. My very picky family ate it all almost as soon as I served it. Thanks for sharing this!
My family went crazy over this. I made 4 batches between Christmas and New Years in 2003. I expect to do the same this year.
This was good-very cheesey with our very sharp vintage cheddar in it. We only heated it for half the time as we wanted it warmed and softened not runny like fondue as we planned to rip the bread apart as we ate. I figured cooking for 1 1/2 hours would result in quite runny cheese. Our cheese was very strong, and a good slug of Tabasco would have counteracted that.
This is a great make-ahead appetizer and everyone enjoyed it. I printed out the recipe and passed it out to my guests. This is such an easy recipe to prepare and yet full of flavor! Thank you Valerie for sharing this. :-)