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Monday, January 29, 2007

Super-tasty bowl

Next to football, Super Bowl means food. Find new snacking and party food ideas in Wednesday’s Food pages. Here’s an early taste:

Cheesy Buffalo Chicken Dip
1 (8-ounce) paclage cream cheese
½ cup blue cheese salad dressing
½ cup Frank’s RedHot Buffalo Wing Sauce or Cayenne Pepper Sauce
½ cup crumbled blue cheese or shredded mozzarella cheese
2 cups shredded cooked chicken

Heat oven to 350 degrees. Place cream cheese into deep-dish 9-inch glass pie plate. Microwave 1 minute to soften. Whisk in salad dressing, buffalo wing sauce and cheese until smooth. Stir in chicken. Bake 20 minutes or until mixture is heated through. Stir well. Garnish as desired. Serve hot with crackers or raw vegetables. Makes 3 cups (about 12 servings).


4 Comments:

at 12:28 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

No wonder this city is so out of shape. Every recipe on here is horrible for you. Full of fat and calories.

Where are the slowfood movement recipes/discussions? How about some organic stuff?

 
at 2:25 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

One question... Who invited the Foodie Police? Geez! You do realize that people don't have to make the recipes we blog about, don't you?

Well, for those of you who are in the dark on this, know that you are under no edict to eat nor drink the goodies we blog about on The Foodie Report. We'll still love ya', you slow-food eaters, you.

 
at 4:40 PM Blogger Slappy said...

I'm not the food police. But don't you think that in this day and age a blog about ridiculously fatty food is out of date? Do you not understand that the USA is so out of shape and fat that's it's sad? And people wonder why health care costs are so high.

I bet you drive an SUV too...


:-)

 
at 6:57 PM Blogger Nicci King said...

What happened to everything in moderation, including moderation? Having said that, you are always welcome to send me your favorite healthy, tasty recipes so I can post them on the blog. And I'll gladly give you the credit you're due, Slappy & Co.

Well, gotta run, folks. I have to get my Ford Excursion out of the shop and stop by the gas station on my way home... Twice, probably...

 
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