I love any excuse I can come up with for posting, and subsequently devouring, all sorts of delicious dips. Today it could be NFL gameweek 14 and ability to watch football through the fall and early winter. So this is a perfect time of year to introduce Jalapeno Popper Dip from Simply Gourmet – it’s a great choice for all of your fall gatherings, and is perfect for any game-day get-togethers you’re planning once the season gets under way. And
A must have at every large get together: birthdays, football, holidays…. Am I being clear here? This stuff is so utterly crazy addictive that I have actually sat here and struggled to find words to describe it. Let me paint this picture for you: Do you ever go to a party and find yourself addicted to one appetizer, dip, spread? Continue reading
-“Have you ever tried fried pickles ? “
– “Yes, you read that right.”
I remember eating [too many] pickles as after school snacks when I was younger and I have never kicked that pickle eating habit. Plain, chopped, in dips, on sandwiches…pickles just make everything better. Ok, but fried pickles ?. Although it may sound like something you’d never touch, if you like pickles and you like things fried, you must give them a second thought.
Brace for it, Winter is coming — sort of.
Woke up this morning to the first snow of the winter. Any one else get snow?? (Un) Fortunately its not settled except on the tops.Bitter cold though. At least a good portion of time i have been enjoying the beautiful outdoors lately! Another thing I have been enjoying are chicken wings (awesome segue, huh?).
Am I hearing – “Can you stop being such an evil temptress of food sin, and tell us about it ?”
– “ok, ok here goes”
Okay. Here’s the situation:
You know when you go to a Mexican restaurant and they give you one of those little bottles FULL of extra salsa? Y’all know the kind of salsa I’m talking about, right? The smooth kind. Those are my favorites. Because seriously, a little tiny bowl of salsa for a table full of people is just never going to be enough,it’s just not. There’s a lot of bad salsa out there, but this restaurant style salsa by Kim from Serving up Southern is one of my favorite recipes, though. Salsa…it just brings it out in me.