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#11 *Casey*

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    Posted 12 September 2008 - 10:37 AM

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    So there's no corn in the corn salsa?
    Woops... LOL... I'm on it. Just texted my sis

    #12 *Casey*

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      Posted 12 September 2008 - 11:21 AM

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      So there's no corn in the corn salsa?
      So she said to use a 16 oz. can of kernel corn, but she usually doubles it and gets the 32 oz. can. Good thing she doubles it because it disappears so fast!

      #13 Agape Gems

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        Posted 12 September 2008 - 11:42 AM

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        Originally Posted by Case*a*licious
        So she said to use a 16 oz. can of kernel corn, but she usually doubles it and gets the 32 oz. can. Good thing she doubles it because it disappears so fast!
        I'm gonna try this the next time DH has a football gathering. I usually make rotel but this sounds like a nice change. Thanks!
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        #14 *Casey*

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          Posted 12 September 2008 - 11:44 AM

          Anytime... it's a crowd pleaser every time

          #15 *Casey*

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            Posted 12 September 2008 - 02:45 PM

            Quote:
            Originally Posted by Case*a*licious
            Staci's Corn Salsa:

            8 oz. Wishbone Italian dressing

            4 diced tomatoes

            4 diced avacados

            1 small can diced green chilies

            1 small can sliced black olives

            1/2 cup shredded Monterrey Jack cheese

            1/2 cup shredded Cheddar

            some chopped green onions

            some chopped cilantro

            *Mix all together and serve with tortilla chips
            By the way... this is the doubled recipe, so use the 32 oz. can of corn.

            #16 Jacqueline

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              Posted 12 September 2008 - 03:15 PM

              Thanks ladies, now that my desk is covered in drool!

              I always like to make crab dip b/c it's so eff'ing good and super easy. I bring it to parties sometimes and I sit there and eat it all. Is that rude, ha. Joe told me one time to stop eating it all b/c I brought it for the guests. Anyway-

              What you need:
              1 can crab meat, I use Chicken of The Sea brand (just thought of Jessica Simpson, haha)
              8 oz cream cheese, I use Philadelphia brand, it comes in a silver package
              1 jar of cocktail sauce, I use McCormick's brand
              1 box of crackers, I use "Socialables", original flavor

              To do:
              Let the cream cheese soften b/c you have to mix it, drain the crab meat. HAND mix the crab meat and cream cheese together thoroughly. To serve this you can do whatever you want but I normally make a paddy out of it, place the paddy in center of round serving dish, and pour the cocktail sauce all over it, its ok if it falls off sides, and place the crackers around it. People can than grab a cracker and scoop from the sides of the dip. Its a more solid dip. :o)

              #17 Amarillis

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                Posted 12 September 2008 - 03:30 PM

                you can very easily do up a baked brie! silly easy and so impressive

                take a wheel of brie, and place it in an oven proof dish, spoon a great quality jarred pesto over the brie and bake it for at least 15-20 min at 350!

                serve with sliced baguettes!

                phew! not difficult at all!

                #18 *Casey*

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                  Posted 12 September 2008 - 03:32 PM

                  My tummy is growling!!!

                  #19 azhuskergirl

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                    Posted 12 September 2008 - 03:40 PM

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                    Originally Posted by Pug3636
                    Beer Cheese Dip Recipe from BDW with my suggestions

                    2 pkg 8oz cream cheese (softened)
                    2 handfulls shredded cheddar cheese (regular grate)
                    1 packet Hidden Valley Ranch dip mix
                    1/2 cup crispy bacon pieces plus a little extra for garnish
                    chopped chives or green onions for garnish
                    1/3 cup beer

                    Mix cream cheese, ranch mix, and beer together with mixer. Add handfuls of cheese and 1/2 C crispy bacon and mix by hand. Spoon into serving dish and garnish with some cheese, bacon pieces and green onions/chives. I served with pretzles, chips and carrots. I recommend taking it out of the fridge at least 30 minutes before serving because it will be very firm. I zapped it in the microwave for 20 seconds and that worked well too. It's soooo good!!!
                    would it work to put this in a mini crock pot & serve it warm? This sounds sooooo yummy!
                    *puts this on Christmas party recipe list*

                    #20 Banana11

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                      Posted 12 September 2008 - 04:04 PM

                      Quote:
                      Originally Posted by azhuskergirl
                      would it work to put this in a mini crock pot & serve it warm? This sounds sooooo yummy!
                      *puts this on Christmas party recipe list*
                      I bet it would be good all warm and gooey!

                      Here's another recipe we've made a few times that is really delicious. We use turkey sausage instead of regular:

                      Sausage Pizza Dip recipe - Every Day with Rachael Ray




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