|The Restaurant: From Concept to Operation|
|by John R. Walker|
Recently, there has been an explosion of restaurant openings. The National Restaurant Association predicts that this will continue into this century.
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In a food processor, finely chop onion, add cream cheese, pulse to process again. Add crab meat and quickly process for a few seconds. Dill weed and ...
Chop shrimp into ... not over-process - use pulse mode only). Use as a dip and serve with raw vegetable sticks, tortilla chips, bagel slices, or crackers.
Spread cream cheese over bottom of pan (8 x 8 inches or slightly larger). Pour can of chili over cream cheese. Slice cheese and place on top. Bake at ...
Blend all ingredients but almonds. Put in baking dish, sprinkle almonds on top. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Serve with crackers.
Brown sausage and ground round with onion; drain well. Add remaining ingredients and cook over low heat until cheese melts. Serve in slow cooker, at ...
Combine all ingredients in a Crockpot. Prepare on medium heat until melted (stirring every 10 minutes or so). Serve in Crockpot on low - warm heat.
Itís hot. Itís spicy. Itís tasty. Itís party time! (Just don't ... tomatoes for thicker dip. Prep time: ... Bob Evans Farms, Inc., used with permission. ģ
Press crescent rolls ... cream, mayonnaise and dip mix. Spread over ... vegetables with an assortment of grated cheeses. Cut into squares or wedges and enjoy.
Heat these together in a crock pot and add Cheddar cheese before serving. Use any kind of crackers or chips for dipping. 1. In mixer bowl, beat cream ...
Place hot sauce in bottom ... on top of sauce. Beat eggs and milk together, pour over top. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 to 40 minutes. Serve with tostitos.
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