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post #1 of 7 Old 09-10-2006, 02:57 PM Thread Starter
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cracker spread

Got this recipie from a buddy of mine.

2 bricks cream cheese
2 2oz packages of thin sliced meat (beef, ham, or turkey)
1/2 med. onion
1 tblspn Worshesire sauce

Let cream cheese sit out on the counter until good and soft. Mix cream cheese and worsh. sauce in a bowl until COMPLETLY mixed, it should have an even color to it. Dice meat and onion into 1/8" x 1/8" squares and mix into cream creese/worsh. mix. Line the bottom of a small bowl with saran wrap and leave enough outside the bowl to cover it. Press spread into the bowl and fold the saran wrap over top of the bowl. Let sit refrigerated over night. Unwrap the saran wrap and place bowl upside down on a serving plate and remove bowl leaving the spread under the saran wrap, remove the saran wrap and serve. Spread on club crackers.

This stuff is the bomb!!!!

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wow that sounds realy good..

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Oh yeah! That does sound good Duane! Gotta love Football food

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here is another one......a REALLY easy one for use on tortilla chips...

1 can of chili
1 package cream chease

Mix the two together, Heat it up very slow stirring regularly, on the lowest burner temp possible, or even better yet if you have a small crock pot, use it. Season to taste with cayanne or red pepper, dip on tortilla chips....

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Ohhhh, that sounds good marc, might have to make a batch

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2 cups flaked smoked whitefish
2 tablespoons mayonnaise
4 tablespoons sour cream
1 pinch Old Bay Seasoning
4 drops hot pepper sauce, or to taste
3 drops Worcestershire sauce, or to taste
3 drops liquid smoke flavoring (optional)
cracked black pepper to taste

Place whitefish, mayonnaise, and sour cream in the bowl of a food processor. Season with Old Bay seasoning, hot pepper sauce, Worcestershire sauce, liquid smoke, and cracked black pepper. Blend all ingredients until consistency reaches a spread

heres a easy fish spread thats good with crackers.

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