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    I reverse-engineered Old Dutch French Onion Dip and created an easy "Fresh" alternative that I personally think tastes far better than Old Dutch or Lays without all the unpronounceable additives and preservatives. I hesitated to refer to this as a Copycat recipe, as it is an insult with how fresh, flavorful, and tasty this amazing dip truly is. Once you try this, I'm sure you would regret ever needing to buy a store bought brand version ever again! This French Onion Dip makes a perfect chip or vegetable dip and you are sure to gobble it up!! The suggested number of servings may appear to be a little high, but according to Nutritional Data, 1 suggested serving size for dip from a commercial product is 2 Tbls.

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    In researching many recipes to achieve the perfect, awesome chili that I could make in a large batch by using my 6 qt crock pot (slow cooker), I came across 3 different ones that I deconstructed and then reconstructed using my own variations and twists. I had a wonderful success on my first try. I served this during the holidays in 2012 to a large group and many came back for 3RDs! Chili is normally regionalized, but this one is so GOOD, that any part of the country will love it and gobble it up! For Nutritional Data purposes, I calculated a recommended serving size to be approximately 13 oz. per serving to feed 10 people. Realistically if you have several hungry guys with large appetites hanging out, watching football, playing cards, etc. this may only yield enough to serve 8 people 16 oz.

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