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Old 01-30-2012, 07:09 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Aunt Bea View Post
I also like to mix a couple of tablespoons of prepared horseradish into sour cream or cream cheese thinned with a little milk. Add some parsley flakes, and dehydrated onion. It makes a nice dip or sandwich spread. You can make it more substantial by mixing in some chopped ham or chopped dried beef. Good super bowl stuff!

Dang! Aunt Bea!! That sounds really good without the meat. You made my stomach growl. Maybe lots of cracked black pepper...

The Horseradish Cheddar I get is a white cheddar and the horseradish is a subtle after-note of the cheddar, not an "In-Your-Face" horseradish. Very nice on the out-breath, in the nose.

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