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A good simple dip: Ranch and Buffalo Sauce.

My ratio is about 1 Ranch : 3-4 Buffalo. than a little cornstarch to thicken it up a bit.

Its pretty good, only two ingredients and just killer to dip pretzel sticks in. 8-)

Im eating it as I type  :)

NOM NOM NOM NOM NOM

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Dip your preztel  in yellow mustard.

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I thought you were referring to the REAL dip, in which case I would have chimed in something useful.

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Jimmy Dean Spicy Sausage

Rotel Chiles

Cream Cheese

Cook meat, combine all in a crockpot

what do you dip with it? Sounds good..

I'm looking for a good dip for the upcoming Bowl games for New Year's. Since the wife has to work that's all I'll be doing. Pigging out on snacks...lol

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Southerners....commenting on "Buffalo Sauce."  LOL.

1 Brick Philly Cream Cheese

1 Tbs Prepared Horseradish (the real stuff, I use Roller's)

6-8 shakes of Worcestershire Sauce (Lea & Perrin's preferred)

1 splash of milk

Let the cream cheese sit out for a an hour or two to soften.

Mix cream cheese, horseradish, milk, and W-sauce with a two tine carving fork.  Test the dip with a potato chip.  If it breaks, add another splash of milk, and gently mix.

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Jimmy Dean Spicy Sausage

Rotel Chiles

Cream Cheese

Cook meat, combine all in a crockpot

what do you dip with it? Sounds good..

I'm looking for a good dip for the upcoming Bowl games for New Year's. Since the wife has to work that's all I'll be doing. Pigging out on snacks...lol

Tortilla chips generally.  My mother in law does the same thing, but with Velveeta instead of cream cheese.

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Kind of a cracker spread more than a dip

cream cheese

small amount of beer of choice ( enough to make a thinner spread but don't overdo it )

small amount of chedder cheese finely chopped or grated.

This came out once as a little side or extra with my 1st ever ( and the best ever ) blackened  NY strip steak.

The spread was good enough that I asked for the recipe & the chef obliged. 

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Cream cheese melted into salsa

this.

i would of never tried it if i was told what it was. but man , that stuff is good with tortilla chips.

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Jimmy Dean Spicy Sausage

Rotel Chiles

Cream Cheese

Cook meat, combine all in a crockpot

I cooked this......ate a bowl with chips and now  I'm puking my guts out since i woke up.

Yeah i did something wrong.....

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Jimmy Dean Spicy Sausage

Rotel Chiles

Cream Cheese

Cook meat, combine all in a crockpot

I cooked this......ate a bowl with chips and now I'm puking my guts out since i woke up.

Yeah i did something wrong.....

"Jimmy Dean Spicy Sausage"- There's what you did wrong. I can't imagine throwing something like that up haha.

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Probably a mild case of food poisoning. Make sure to cook the jimmy dean a little longer next time and wash your hands with soap after handling the sausage but before touching anything else. Cross contamination does happen from time to time.

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My experience being servsafe certified says most likely cross-contamination and or failing to cook food adequately.

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1 jar of Mayo

1/2 lb Bacon (cooked and crumbled)

A diced tomatoe

Some shredded lettuce

mix it all together

and BAM!

Cheap, easy, and great with ritz crackers

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1 can refried beans

equal amount salsa

shredded Mexican cheese

Combine, heat until cheese melts, nom nom nom....

Tip - most store bought tortilla chips are too salty and flavorless for my liking. Get a big pack of corn tortillas. Use a pizza cutter to cut into 1/4's or 1/8's.

Heat vegetable oil in a skillet. Drop tortillas in. They crisp up quickly, 1 minute tops.

Remove from pan, lay in a single layer on paper towels to drain. While they are still hot, season them with whatever you want. Doing this while hot will cause the seasoning to be pulled into the chip. Otherwise most of it falls off. Old Bay is a favorite of mine.

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