This dip was actually not originally conceived as a dip at all but rather as a stuffing for fried zucchini blossoms. Every time I made the dish I would end up eating half of the goat cheese mixture slathered on water crackers. Now it's one of my go-to, easy entertaining dishes — it requires very few ingredients, almost no effort, and tastes absolutely fantastic.
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Often called the pâté of the south, pimento cheese has as many variations as there are home cooks in the region. Many recipes are very specific when it comes to ingredients: one may require Duke's mayonnaise; another may demand only oven-roasted red bell peppers. Some Southern chefs may spike their pimento cheese with a touch of bourbon. Asheville, NC-based Tupelo Honey Cafe's pimento cheese is different because they serve it warm with their homemade tortilla chips, a delicious take on the classic spread.
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Caramelized onion and goat cheese dip pairs perfectly with Food Should Taste Good™ Harvest Pumpkin Tortilla Chips. If you need a quick and easy snack, this is your new go-to recipe.Click here for more of our best dip recipes.
Created by the culinary team at Tessemae's All Natural, this "tessipe" for boneless Buffalo wings will have you licking your fingers dry because of their original wing sauce.
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Made with Frank's Red Hot sauce and a signuature homemade rub, these classic hot wings are perfect for parties or any other at-home events. You can bake the wings in advance and then fry or broil them just before serving. — Will Budiaman
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Offer this leaner version of "wings" when you host the next big game night. Careful, though, they might disappear before the coin toss. Serve with our expert chef’s Herbed Blue Cheese Dressing for a more nutritious take on the classic dipping sauce.
Crisp endive with a nutty, sweet cheese dip makes an original and delicious entertainment solution.
And I usually sneak – or hide – any leftovers for a sandwich the next day.
I made this last week in France, but it translates well into life back home in New York.
This dip first made an appearance in the 1940's down south in Kentucky. People say it was created by someone at Johnny Allman's Restaurant, although some beg to differ. No matter where it was invented, we can't get enough of it, especially our version that we serve in a pumpernickel loaf.
from USACheese Dip1 pound pasteurized American cheese ex: Velveeta brand1 can tomatoes with green chilies chopped 10 ozcorn chipsIn a double boiler slowly melt cheese. Stir in tomatoes and chilies, blending well and breaking up tomatoes. Yield ...