I love to entertain and always looking for yummy appetizers. These wonderful little tarts are compliments of Paula Deen. I prepared them ahead of time and warmed them in the oven before my guests arrived. Besides their scrumptious taste and slight kick they make a beautiful presentation. I also substituted the lump crab with imitation crab.
I found this recipe in a local church cookbook. If you like a softer cookie bar, then this is the recipe for you! A definite crowd and family pleaser. I frequently give out this recipe. Also a great midnight snack IF there are any left!
This is a wonderful and flavorful side-dish from Taste of Home that I make often. It makes a lot, but I simply place left-overs in the freezer with great results. Depending on your family's preference, use hot or mild pork sausage.
A slight twist from the others. Use your favorite french onion dip to create a creamier version! This has been in my recipe file for the last two decades and always receives compliments! Sorry Heather, I should have stressed to really rinse the dried beef well to wash away the salty residue, as I always have success.
This was the first dish I prepared for my now husband. We joke with our girls that this is what won his heart, hence the title! We hope you enjoy this dip as much as we have for the last ten years! The secret is in the preparation.
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