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Old Sun, Dec-29-19, 19:54
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We had a smoked turkey for Christmas Dinner
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Meme#1 - I use the same old recipe that we used in high school 50 years ago - I think it is from Kraft.......

1 can of artichoke hearts, chopped
1 cup of mayonnaise
1 cup of grated parmeseam cheese
garlic to taste if desired

combine all ingredients and bake at 350 for 30-45 minutes until top is slightly browned

delicious!

I don't mind experimenting though and will try a little worchestershire next time! I also read a version the other day on some website that used parmesean and gruyere mixed. I like gruyere so I may try that next time too.
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Meme#1 - I use the same old recipe that we used in high school 50 years ago - I think it is from Kraft.......

1 can of artichoke hearts, chopped
1 cup of mayonnaise
1 cup of grated parmeseam cheese
garlic to taste if desired

combine all ingredients and bake at 350 for 30-45 minutes until top is slightly browned

delicious!

I don't mind experimenting though and will try a little worchestershire next time! I also read a version the other day on some website that used parmesean and gruyere mixed. I like gruyere so I may try that next time too.


Yes, thank you. I'm making it for New Years Eve!
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[QUOTE=Bangle]Meme#1 - I use the same old recipe that we used in high school 50 years ago - I think it is from Kraft.......

1 can of artichoke hearts, chopped
1 cup of mayonnaise
1 cup of grated parmeseam cheese
garlic to taste if desired

Wow that sounds great! I can't tolerate cheese anymore but anyway it sounds so YUMMY!
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It is so good and I use it for a side salad because that's about what it is when you get rid of the bad carbs we use to put it on back in the carb days.

I do it like pretty much like it is with the addition of sour cream. 50/50 with mayo and sour cream.

I also add a a few splashes of Worcestershire sauace.

I don't think I used that much parmasan cheese, one cup is a lot.

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Old Tue, Jan-14-20, 08:18
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It is so good and I use it for a side salad because that's about what it is when you get rid of the bad carbs we use to put it on back in the carb days. I do it like pretty much like it is with the addition of sour cream. 50/50 with mayo and sour cream. I also add a a few splashes of Worcestershire sauace. I don't think I used that much parmasan cheese, one cup is a lot.



Meme, I have a get together on the 24th with my group of girlfriends. Our group have been friends since elementary school going back probably 60 years or more. We meet on one's house and all bring stuff for lunch.....guess what I will be taking

We all grew up on this dip through high school, club meetings, etc., and they will love it. I will take a box of triscuits for them to dip with, but it will also be good for those on low carb or keto. I imagine there will be a mixture of salads, finger food and wine

I love to take this. I time it to come out of the oven right before I leave, then I pack it up in lots of towels to hold the heat in while traveling. Easy to make and take.


Plus I love it.
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