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Old 10-25-2016, 11:05 AM   #181
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I have been using up a masala spice mix I made for popcorn on roasted pumpkin seeds.
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Old 10-25-2016, 04:29 PM   #182
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I had graved laks on a bagel. That's the second or third time that I am noticing that the graved laks that I make using Pacific wild caught salmon is kinda bland. Hmm At least it's used up now. I guess I'll look for wild caught Atlantic salmon for next time.
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Old 01-03-2017, 12:20 AM   #183
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Don't judge. It's local soul food.
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Old 01-03-2017, 12:28 AM   #184
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Ooh baby baby! I would love to share some of that
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Old 01-03-2017, 12:46 AM   #185
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You can't get these by you, GG, but you can make a copycat version of the dip. I haven't tried this recipe because, so far, I limit my consumption of the dip to only when we're visiting the kids. One of these days I have to take a tub home - I bet it would knock the socks off of twice-baked potatoes.

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I make a really tasty, easy onion dip:
cream cheese (easiest if at room temperature)
enough yogourt or sour cream to make the texture right
lots of onion powder
dried onion pieces or flakes
a glug or two of fish sauce
let it sit for about 15 minutes
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Old 01-03-2017, 03:31 AM   #187
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You can't get these by you, GG, but you can make a copycat version of the dip. I haven't tried this recipe because, so far, I limit my consumption of the dip to only when we're visiting the kids. One of these days I have to take a tub home - I bet it would knock the socks off of twice-baked potatoes.

Lawson's Chip Dip (copycat)
I used to make dip with powdered ranch all the time - at least until I married someone who can't eat anything processed!
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Old 01-03-2017, 03:51 AM   #188
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I have been enjoying local pickled herring...It's a MN thing at this time of year.
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I have been pigging out on dark chocolate covered almonds. I got a kg of them for Christmas. But because of my chocolate addiction and that it can be a migraine trigger for me (though dark chocolate is better than milk chocolate), I gave the bag to TB and he gives me three a day!

I have also been enjoying some water crackers which we got for guests to eat with cheese and garlic sausage. We don't have many gluten products in the house so I have been enjoying a few of these a day with margarine or low fat cheese.
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Old 01-03-2017, 09:45 AM   #190
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You can't get these by you, GG, but you can make a copycat version of the dip. I haven't tried this recipe because, so far, I limit my consumption of the dip to only when we're visiting the kids. One of these days I have to take a tub home - I bet it would knock the socks off of twice-baked potatoes.

Lawson's Chip Dip (copycat)
Well, that's interesting. I used to make basically that plus beer for a beer-cheese dip to take to parties. Haven't made it in years.
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