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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Favorite Dips-Note Card Party

As a self-proclaimed Dip-O-Holic I thought I'd share a few of my favorites for the Note Card Party this month! The title links to the recipes, hope you find something to share at your next get together!

Pimento Cheese-Don't have to say much more than that, do I:@)

Sweet Cider Dip, so simple and truly worth trying!

Lemon Garlic Chick Pea Dip-If you love lemon, you'll love this!

And for some reason this Pickle Dip has taken on a life of it's own on the web... 
I posted it in January, it's my second most viewed post of all time and it still gets many daily hits! 
Have a happy day:@)

PS-I just had to add this one too...
Bacon and Tomato Guacamole-A pic from when I first started blogging... ouch
Not Note Card worthy, but an amazing dip!
Chow!

42 comments:

  1. I'm all over those dips!! I'm still a southern girl at heart (and taste) and pimento cheese is an absolute favorite.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  2. Mmm all of these look so good, especially the pickle one! Wow what a great idea! I LOVE dips too, and love finding new recipes and ideas for them, thanks for sharing these!!!! I'll have to try the pickle one over the holidays! Have a great day!

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  3. These dips look and sound fantastic!
    Enjoy your Tuesday :)

    Hugs,
    Stephanie

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  4. Pimento cheese is my new favorite thing! Great idea for the note cards. Have a great day Lynn!

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  5. Yummy! They all look so good!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  6. From one big dipper to another, these were great choices. I can picture them as a card with the recipe on the back. Add some of the ingredients, and you have a perfect gift! I don't know why I never thought of such a thing before.

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  7. I would buy those notecards with the recipe for sure! Something to think about, really! You could sell them in packs with different themes!

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  8. Hi Lynn,
    fabulous idea. Dips are so versatile for buffets or little snacks. They are not expensive (mostly) and taste always great. Thank you for sharing your great recipes.
    Best greetings, Johanna

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  9. Oh, Lynn, these sound so good!

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  10. Just finished writing down ALL of these recipes! I could make a meal out of veggies and dip, and there's no better way to watch a football game than to be dippin' something!

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  11. I love love love dips! I don't know which one is my favorite.

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  12. Love a good dip. Have any shrimp dip recipes? ☺

    (I think I have your link all straightened around. This is the one you wished us to come to, right?)

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  13. You are making me SO hungry! These could be cards but should come with the mixes for the dips! heehee! Hugs!

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  14. These all sound delicious! Yum. I could eat dip with veggies every day!

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  15. All these dishes look just delicious! The pimento cheese wouldn't last long here.......I think I need a snack now.

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  16. More great ideas for my upcoming book club...seriously loving your guacamole!!!

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  17. I just finished dinner, but I'm hungry again :). These all look soo good. Sweet cider in a dip... who knew?
    I'm coming back to check out the recipes. Perfect timing on these note cards with the holidays just around the corner.

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  18. Great looking dips! They make cute cards and one of those would be lovely to receive in the mail with the recipe inside!

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  19. I think pickle dip has taken off because its just fun to say! Pickle dip. Or else people are googling something dirty.

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  20. Yummy note cards! Now you have me craving potato chips!! :)

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  21. Yummy note cards and recipe cards. I still can't get over that wonderful mustard dip. I have to make that definitely. xo

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  22. Oh Lynn, you are making me hungry!! These pics make the best notecards. They're drool-worthy!!

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  23. My oh my oh my! These are making me hungry! I've tried a dill pickle dip recipe it was so good! (I am a BIG pickle lover. I even drink the juice after all the pickles are gone so I knew I would love it.)
    I'm going to have to try your cider dip. Sounds very Fall-y.

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  24. Hi Lynn, I would definitely buy and use these notecards. The recipe would be on the back, but NOT the calorie count. And that pickle dip is delicious. I'll have to try your other ones, especially the lemon garlic chickpea--love all three of those things! Linda

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  25. O boy, this is my kind of note cards...love them all.
    I am going to make some of these for a SuperBowl Party we go to every year.
    Great cards, sweet friend.

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  26. Dips are definitely addictive! I'm intrigued by your pickle dip, I have to check it out! Your tomato, bacon & guac is calling my name :)

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  27. i really do love your post here ... but one mini tiny little problem. now i am starving. so hungry. ha. ha!!! they all look so delicious!! enjoy your fall. (:

    elizardbreathspeaks.blogspot.com/

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  28. Oh my word YUM!

    And I think your last pic is really awesome, actually.

    I would love to try every single one of those recipes- thanks SO MUCH for sharing!

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  29. Hi Lynn,

    Your dips look amazing and so delicious! All are notecard worthy. I will have to try the sweet cider dip. It sure looks good with pretzels.

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  30. Oh my, I came to a notecard party, and ended up PINNING recipes! Thanks! These look yummy.

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  31. Now I am hungry and it is only 9 o'clock...my favorite dips!!
    Great shots...and I would be happier than a pig in mud eating these

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  32. Hi Lynn,

    Your posts always make me hungry, and this one is no exception. :) These would make great note cards; I like Debbie's idea of putting the recipes on the back. With football season in full swing, this is truly "dip season."

    Have a wonderful day!

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  33. I love dips! These look and sound delish! Pretty photos.

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  34. Yummy! I am going to give a few of these a try!

    Deanna

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  35. Hello Lynn
    Yum Yum - it's not even breakfast time on the other side of the world where I am, but your Lemon & Garlic Chickpea dip is the one I would go for!!
    Do you/would you give out your recipe - please.
    Mouth-watering images!!!!!!!

    Shane♥ - in New Zealand - far, far away!!!!
    ps - thank you for your comment too!

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  36. Great photos, great recipes. Love the chickpea dip in the vintage stemware. I'm off to find the chips.

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  37. Love the cute graphic of the dancing pigs on your blog. These note cards look yummy!

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  38. I agree with you, Mary. Dips are really addictive. These often give flavors to a rather bland and dull recipe. However, your recipes look amazing on the photos. I assume these alone have delightful flavors. The dips are just adding some extra twist and are making your recipe an even more scrumptious gastronomic delight!

    Alex Staff

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