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Thursday, December 16, 2010

Dill Dip!

Hi everyone! My Personal PIGskin Challenge is winding down, only a few more weeks! This is a flavorful recipe I found somewhere on-line using my favorite herb dill! I'm joining Foodie Friday, Holly Bloggy Recipe Party, Holly Jolly Recipe Swap and Junkin' Finds Friday with the fun little sherbets I found thrifting one day. I always keep my eyes open for Rubyware and Fenton Silver Crest!
Hope you love it if you try it:@)
Dill Dip
1 C sour cream
3 Tblsp parsley (I used 2 tsp dry, I'm sure fresh would be great!)
2/3 C mayo
2 Tblsp finely minced onion
1 tsp seasoned salt
3 tsp dry dill weed

Mix, refrigerate over night. It really blends and mellows out nicely if you give it the time.
Serve with veggies or potato chips:@))
See the double chin on the pig smiley? Yep, I chose the chips!
Have a happy day!

31 comments:

  1. That looks really good and I have most everything in the house. I'll be sure to give this a try. Love your Rubyware bowls.

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  2. Yummy! I'd eat this for breakfast! ;)
    Be a sweetie and thanks for hosting the wonderful Reason for the Season party,
    shelia ;)

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  3. This looks great. What brand of season salt do you use, I have found a big difference in the taste?

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  4. Another delicious recipe & post!

    Just popping by to wish you Happy Holidays & Happy New Year!

    Off now - *see* you again in the New Year!

    XOXO Lola & Nora

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  5. Hi Lynn...

    Ohhh...so glad to see your recipe for Dill Dip! I was just thinking about that dip this week, it's one of my favorites and it has been ages since I've had it. Thanks for sharing your recipe with us...I will definitely be giving this a try!

    I also wanted to thank you for stopping by and taking a peek at my Christmas buffet, dear lady! I always enjoy your visits and sweet notes!

    Warmest Christmas wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

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  6. This looks great. Thanks for sharing it.

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  7. Love the presentation, those dishes are just wonderful and such a rich color. I love dips and creamy cheesey things! They are the hit of the buffets and parties. Looks fabulous again! How about a party with all of your wonderful dips! That would make you undo your belt. Have a wonderful weekend dear.

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  8. Yummy Lynn and I have those ingredients. ♥O

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  9. I love dill dip...yum, I can almost taste it from here!

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  10. Sounds delicious and I love the piggy smile!

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  11. I love dill so I will copy this recipe. Love the rubyware sherbets! Perfect for Christmas. Thanks for joining JFF!

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  12. This sounds so good. I love anything that has a dill or onion flavor.

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  13. I love your ruby sherbert dishes. The dip sounds good. Thank you for sharing the recipe with us.

    ~ Tracy

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  14. Sounds perfect for the holidays - delicious and easy.

    - The Tablescaper

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  15. This sounds great and easy enough for me to do! The first of my company rolls in on Sunday and I'm in need of good recipes. Thank!
    Have a great weekend.
    Jane

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  16. Hi Lynn, this dip sounds fresh and delicious. We love the flavor of dill and I've just started using it in one of my soups - using Ina Garten's Wedding Soup recipe. Hope all is well, Ciao, bella!

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  17. Thanks for sharing this recipe...sounds yummy! Merry Christmas to you and your family.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  18. Dips are so delicious and great to serve for get-together's! This sounds yummy!

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  19. You and I so think alike! I just posted something really similar last week! It is so delicious!

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  20. Looks good! Have a wonderful Christmas!

    Manuela

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  21. Yum! Looks pretty too--you must be a great cook; I've copied many of your ideas from the past--thank you for sharing.

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  22. mmmm, sounds wonderful! I found your blog via ? Well, I forget now. ;-/

    Dill is one of my most favorite herbs too. And I am loving the Ruby glassware, too! Great find!

    Have a great weekend! ...Karen

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  23. I love dill in a dip, this sounds delicious! I may make this instead of the spinach dip for Christmas. Someone always brings the spinach dip.
    Have a Merry Christmas! I keep telling everyone M Cmas because I don't know when they will break from blogging!LOL
    Sherry

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  24. Hello Lynn,

    yummy dip, I will try it.
    Greetings, Johanna

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  25. This dill dip sounds like a winner. I need to take something to a party Monday. This is it. Sounds like I can make Sunday night and I will be ready to party. Thanks for sharing, hugs, Ginger

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  26. A great dill dip recipe!

    Happy Holidays to you!

    Velva

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  27. That recipe sounds delish! I will give it a try.

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  28. Mmmm, looks so yummy! Merry Christmas to you and your family, Lynn!....Christine

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  29. I can use another dip recipe and yours sounds delicious. I hope you are having a great weekend. Blessings...Mary

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  30. Sounds yummy! And I think even I can make that.

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