|Barbecue & Grill Book|
|by Christine France|
The smoky aroma of char-grilled food really is irresistible, and eating in the open air always stimulates the appetite.
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Any veggie you like can be dipped. Blend together.
In a medium mixing bowl, beat cream cheese and butter until smooth; beat in Marshmallow Creme. Fold in whipped topping. Serve with fruit. Store in ...
Spread the crackers ... cracker with tongs, dip into the melted ... Spread wax paper under a cooling rack and let crackers dry on rack. Store in a cool place.
Using TV dinner ... can be served for lunch or dinner ... the freezer. When all else fails, just open the freezer and take out an unlabeled surprise plate.
Cut liver into ... egg, and garlic. Dip strips in flour ... 'n sour sauce for dipping. Serves 6. ... to get the "kids" to eat ... "Kids Will Eat Spinach."
Melt condensed milk, ... with a toothpick. Dip into melted caramel ... your (or your kids) hands. Let set until caramel firms up. (Kids love to make these!)
Blend all together ... chunks of bread, dip bread into hot dip. Bagels are good for this. They don't ... chunks. (Teens aren't the only ones that like this.)
Spread Ritz crackers ... in double boiler. Dip each cracker sandwich ... paper. When cool, store at room temperature. Use hot dog tongs to dip crackers.
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