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Signature Dish

What's your go-to dish when you have to bring food/drink to a party/bbq/GTG?

Re: Signature Dish

  • hot spinach artichoke dip, from alton brown. i have NEVER had any left over.
  • Whatever dessert I can find at Publix?
  • recently, it's been hashbrowns in the crock pot! yummy!
  • It has become Buffalo Chicken Dip. But we also do Ham and Swiss Crissonts
  • image askmetostay:
    hot spinach artichoke dip, from alton brown. i have NEVER had any left over.
    please share the recipe!!!
  • Recently it's been my pasta salad. Tri color rotini with broccoli, sweet peppers, scallions, cucumbers, tomatoes, carrots, and feta cheese with some olive oil and balsamic vinegar, salt and pepper.
  • 7 Layer Dip or warm red potato salad. 
  • image Ms_Shell:
    It has become Buffalo Chicken Dip. But we also do Ham and Swiss Crissonts

    would you mind sharing your recipe for the dip?

  • Macaroni and Cheese made in the rice cooker.  So easy and yummy.
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  • image ReadytobeMrs.B:
    image askmetostay:
    hot spinach artichoke dip, from alton brown. i have NEVER had any left over.
    please share the recipe!!!

    HERE.

    i use canned artichokes, not frozen, and i don't bother boiling anything...just thaw spinach and open the can and chop it up. so it's literally all in the microwave.

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    image Ms_Shell:
    It has become Buffalo Chicken Dip. But we also do Ham and Swiss Crissonts

    would you mind sharing your recipe for the dip?

    Here's what we do:

    2 packages soft/room temp Cream Cheese

    1 jar Newman's Own Blue Cheese Dressing

    1 C. Blue Cheese Crumbles (we get some tasty BC at Trader Joe's)

    1 C. Frank's Red Hot Bufflo Sauce (either the Normal or Extra Hot)

    ~ 2 large boneless skinless chicken brest (may be more)

    ~ 2-3 C Shredded Cheddar Cheese

    To prepare:

    Cook chicken brest (not cut up) in a pan with a little olive oil. Cook covered with lid and flip when bottom side is golden. Cook until just fully cooked. Then cut into about 1/2" cubes or smaller bite-sized peices.

    In a 9x13 glass baking dish spread Cream Cheese evenly across the bottom. Then spread the chicken peices on top of the Cream Cheese.

    In a bowl mix together the BC dressing, BC crumbles and Frank's sauce.

    Spread sauce mix over chicken and Cream Cheese as evenly as possible.

    Top with Cheddar Cheese and Bake ~ 30 min at 350* or until top cheese is melted and turning golden.

    Enjoy with tortillas or chips!

  • image Aerorea:
    Whatever dessert I can find at Publix?

    This...or Publix potato salad. DH makes mean deviled eggs and 7 layer dip. 

  • image Ms_Shell:
    image champagnedreams:

    image Ms_Shell:
    It has become Buffalo Chicken Dip. But we also do Ham and Swiss Crissonts

    would you mind sharing your recipe for the dip?

    Here's what we do:

    2 packages soft/room temp Cream Cheese

    1 jar Newman's Own Blue Cheese Dressing

    1 C. Blue Cheese Crumbles (we get some tasty BC at Trader Joe's)

    1 C. Frank's Red Hot Bufflo Sauce (either the Normal or Extra Hot)

    ~ 2 large boneless skinless chicken brest (may be more)

    ~ 2-3 C Shredded Cheddar Cheese

    To prepare:

    Cook chicken brest (not cut up) in a pan with a little olive oil. Cook covered with lid and flip when bottom side is golden. Cook until just fully cooked. Then cut into about 1/2" cubes or smaller bite-sized peices.

    In a 9x13 glass baking dish spread Cream Cheese evenly across the bottom. Then spread the chicken peices on top of the Cream Cheese.

    In a bowl mix together the BC dressing, BC crumbles and Frank's sauce.

    Spread sauce mix over chicken and Cream Cheese as evenly as possible.

    Top with Cheddar Cheese and Bake ~ 30 min at 350* or until top cheese is melted and turning golden.

    Enjoy with tortillas or chips!

    an easier way is

    put 2 shredded chicken breasts (fully cooked), 1 block of cream cheese, 1 bag shredded jack cheese, 1 jar of buffalo sauce, 1 pkg of dried ranch dip in a crock pot and cook for a couple of hours on high. Delish!

  • I have a few:

    1. home made brushetta (even better in the summer with fresh from the garden tomatoes and basil)

    2. sausage and cheese stuffed jalepenos

    3. DH makes amazing chocolate martini's

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  • I love to make cookies... in particular snickerdoodles, peanut butter cup "tarts", oatmeal craisin chip. Also was pretty famous for my scones at the old job... we had a lot of bake sales.

    DH handles the savory side of things :P

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  • Jello Cake. So easy and delicious!

    Just bake a white cake in a 9x13 pan, let it cool and poke holes it in with the back of a wooden spoon. Then make a packet of jello (the small box!) according to directions, pour over the top of the cake, and let it sit in the refrigerator over night. It is so moist!

    AND we use egg whites, sugar-free jello and applesauce instead of oil and it still turns out great, so it's kind of healthy-ish. 

  • Hashbrown casserole or poppy seed ham rolls. My mouth is watering...
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