Warm layered bean dip, great for parties when served right out of the oven with tortilla chips. You can alter it to include the veggies that you prefer. It is also easy to make mild, medium or hot. My mom started making this when I was a kid and I requested it whenever there was a reason for a potluck! NOTE: I like to bake all of my vegetables so that they get melted into the cheese but others prefer to bake after the cheese layer and add the veggies after baking.
This was a favorite at the bar my husband and I worked at in college. I don't make them very often, but when I get nostalgic, these are the bloody marys I go to. Note: the V8 and Vodka are not added to the mix. These are better when you make them individually with love.
These tomatoes are really good as an appetizer, but I wasn't sure what to do with the vodka once all of the vegetables were gone. You can really use it in any Bloody Mary recipe, but this is my dad's and although I've always had it sans alcohol, the flavored vodka gives it a nice garlicky fresh taste! P.S. These Bloody Marys are HOT!
A fellow bartender and I whipped this drink up as a special for the single 20 to 40 somethings that used to come into our bar after our town's "Mixer on the Mall." The women LOVED them and the men LOVED buying them for the women! Warning, this drink tastes sooooooooo yummy, but it's strong! Hence the name! tee hee!
My friends and I used to make this for every barbeque when I was growing up. It is an adaptation of a recipe my girlfriend's dad saw on TV. Although I have no idea what that original recipe was, this one tastes soooooooooo good with barbequed anything! It is broccoli so it tastes like broccoli. If you're expecting something else then this recipe won't please you :)
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