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French Onion Dip ((the real deal folks))

I am a dip glut­ton. Wow — that sounds hor­rid. What I mean is, I love, love, love dip!! But it has to be real­ly good. And when it is REALLY good, I have a hard time walk­ing away. Being a self pro­claimed “dip glut­ton” means I know a real­ly good dip when I taste one. And this, my friends, is a GOOD dip.

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Giant Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich Supreme ((A Perfect Super Bowl Party Food))

Are you ready for some foot­ball food?? It’s that time of year where peo­ple are gath­er­ing around the TV root­ing for grown men to do amaz­ing things with a foot­ball. With all the effort it takes to root, we need some extra spe­cial, yum­my game day food, right?! For this big game treat, I took a favorite hot sand­wich & turned it into a real crowd pleas­er.

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Pecan, Cranberry & Chive Party Mix: a Party Mix for the 21st Century

Worces­ter­shire and gar­lic with salty peanuts and some mini mel­ba rounds. That is imme­di­ate­ly what I think of when I here the words “Par­ty” and “Mix” put side by side in a sen­tence. ((Either that or a lit­tle Mil­li Vanil­li, Blame it on the Rain mixed with Prince’s Par­ty like it’s 1999 — but that is anoth­er sto­ry alto­geth­er, and not a very good one I might add.)) Well, it seems to me it is time to bring this tired par­ty food out of 1984! That is just what I did. But before I share the “BIG REVEAL”, Con­tin­ue read­ing

Oozing Mummy Dog Family in the House!!

Every year at this time we have a din­ner tra­di­tion: “Ooz­ing Mum­my Dogs”. I have seen plen­ty of look-alikes float­ing around tele­vi­sion, Pin­ter­est and mag­a­zines, but I have nev­er seen the “real dog”. The Ooz­ing Mum­my Dog, that is. Now, please don’t burst my bub­ble and work to prove me wrong! I am sure these have been done some­where before I start­ed mak­ing them — but let me live in my fairy­tale, please ((haha)). Con­tin­ue read­ing

The BEST baked dip EVER: Onion Soufflé

How is it pos­si­ble for 4 com­mon ingre­di­ents to taste so won­der­ful — just because they are mixed togeth­er and baked into a hot, bub­bly per­fec­tion?? I real­ly don’t know, but every time I make this, I always find myself amazed. Well, amazed and full. This is one of those treats I.CAN’T.STOP.EATING.!!!

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