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January 30th, 2010

Super Bowl Party Appetizers: Beer Cheese Dip Recipe

We are just one week away from the Saints and Colts Super Bowl XLIV game on Sunday, February 7th, 2010. If you’re still planning your menu and looking for super bowl appetizers, you might enjoy this beer cheese dip…it’s delightfully delicious! It’s easy and inexpensive to prepare and goes quite fast so you might want to consider a double batch. Remember to use regular beer and not a *light* version!

Super Bowl Party Appetizers: Beer Cheese Dip Recipe

January 28th, 2010

Super Bowl Recipes: Blue Cheese Wing Dip Recipe

The Saints and Colts are heading to Super Bowl XLIV on Sunday, February 7th, 2010. The game will be played at Sun Life stadium in Miami, Florida and hopefully you won’t be stuck in the kitchen while having your Super Bowl Party.
Since Buffalo wings, chicken wings, just about any finger food will be served at almost all parties, the question is “will you be using a bottled blue cheese dressing or do you want to try this easy super bowl recipe for blue cheese wing dip?”
You know the one I’m talking about…the one most of us order when having wings as we dine out. Yes…THAT one!
It’s super easy to make, absolutely delicious and keeps well. ( in the unlikely event you have leftovers )
Give it a try…make it a day ahead if you want, it gives the flavors more time to blend, making it even more scrumptious!

Super Bowl Recipes: Blue Cheese Wing Dip Recipe

January 27th, 2010

Super Bowl Appetizers: Easy Avocado Dip Recipe

The Indianapolis Colts square off against the New Orleans Saints for Super Bowl XLIV on Sunday, February 7, 2010 at the Sun Life stadium in Miami, Florida. While fans worldwide are tuning in, will you be busy searching for Super Bowl appetizers and recipes, or will you have your menu planned out ahead and everything possible already made?
This easy avocado dip is but one of many that’s not only tasty, but simple to make and serve, leaving you time to make more food or sneak a peek at the game.
So many recipes can be made a day or so ahead of the game. If you can, take advantage of those.
You want to enjoy your party, too, right?
Add this recipe to your menu and give it a try..the worst thing that will happen is you’ll eat it all before your guests arrive!

Kick-off time will approximately 6:28 pm on the East Coast; 5:28 pm Central; 4:28 pm Mountain; and 3:28 pm Pacific.

Super Bowl Appetizers: Easy Avocado Dip Recipe Click for recipe

January 25th, 2010

Super Bowl Party Appetizers: Black Bean Salsa Recipe

If you’re having a Super Bowl Party this year and still looking for recipes for appetizers, dips, and salsa’s to go with the chips and crackers, give this easy black bean salsa a try. It’s not only scrumptious, but nutritious and so very easy to make. We usually do this one a day ahead to give the flavors more time to blend, but it works well as a last minute addition to your menu, too.
Even if you’re not having a party, this is a good salsa to have on hand when you have a snack attack!
Super Bowl Party Recipes: Black Bean Salsa Recipe

January 23rd, 2010

Super Bowl Recipes: Easy Chicken Salad Spread Recipe

Overwhelmed by the vast amount of Super Bowl recipes? Try making your menu fun, as well as easy. Ignore the recipes that take days of shopping and preparation, and go with simple, yet delicious ones instead.
The chicken salad spread recipe below looks every bit as good as it tastes ( remember to garnish ) and can be made a day ahead, freeing up your time so you might enjoy the party too! Give it a try!

Super Bowl Recipes: Easy Chicken Spread Recipe

January 20th, 2010

Super Bowl Appetizers: Cheese And Beef Dip Recipe

Still looking for Super Bowl appetizers? Try this simple and inexpensive cheese and beef dip recipe!
Not only is it delicious, there’s minimal clean up involved…giving you more time to enjoy yourself!
Hint: It goes fairly fast so you might want to double the recipe if you’re throwing a big party.

Super Bowl Appetizers: Cheese And Beef Dip Recipe

January 14th, 2010

Super Bowl Recipes: Easy Pineapple Dip

Need another Super Bowl party recipe for game day? This dip / spread is sure to garner raves from your guests. It’s also easy and inexpensive to make and goes well on your toast the morning after the game…give it a try!

Super Bowl Recipes: Easy Pineapple Dip Recipe

January 11th, 2010

Super Bowl Party Recipes: Cheeseburger Dip

Planning a Super Bowl party this year? Regardless of whether you’re having one person over or dozens, this Super Bowl cheeseburger dip is almost a must have. Not only is it absolutely delicious it’s inexpensive and so easy to make you won’t even realize you’re in the kitchen!
We have served this dip, or variations of it for over a decade…it’s easy to adjust to your own personal taste and goes fast, so consider a double batch when you try it!
Super Bowl Party Recipes: Cheeseburger Dip Recipe

January 3rd, 2010

Super Bowl Party Dip Recipes: Apple Pie Dip

Whether you’re planning a simple party for 2 or a huge Super Bowl party, you’re going to need dips. We all have our favorites for chips and veggies and often end up in a rut…making the same dips year after year.
One I haven’t made in awhile is hot apple pie dip…it’s almost addictive and I found myself eating most of it every time I made it. It is that good!
Give this old dip recipe a try…it’s not only delicious, it’s easy to make and leaves your home smelling like fresh baked apple pie!
This is also kid friendly, but if you have the little ones help you might want to double the recipe!

Super Bowl Dip Recipes: Apple Pie Dip Recipe

November 25th, 2009

Holiday Recipes: Flavored Butter

When it comes to Holidays, we tend to go all out when it comes to serving food. One thing that is often overlooked until the last minute is flavored butters, and we catch ourselves paying a King’s ransom for an ounce or 2. Instead of doing that this year, try making some yourself…the 3 flavored butters below are delicious and very easy to prepare…plus they’re ever so cost effective!
Holiday Recipes: Flavored Butter Recipe’s