|LegalEats: A Lawyer's Lite Cookbook|
|by Flavia Tuzza|
LegalEats is a unique and creative cookbook by a lawyer for lawyers (and other lean and mean legal types) organized in a tongue-in-cheek fashion u...
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In a skillet, brown the bacon until crisp but not brown. Drain on and pat dry with paper towels. Crumble into small bits. Peel garlic cloves. Put ...
First, roughly chop ... in a little olive oil. Meanwhile, begin ... a sweet and spicy dipping sauce. To ... combine all of the sauce ingredients, mixing well.
Line large jelly ... 2 cans of spicy refried beans with 1 can of bean dip (to make easier ... onions, jalapenos, black olives and top with ... hours before serving. Enjoy!
Spread bean dip on large serving ... Put over avocado mixture. Spread green onions, then tomatoes, then olives and top with Cheddar cheese. Refrigerate.
To spice up add salsa too. Layer by number in a flat dish (pie pan works well). Dip with corn or tortilla chips.
Mix and chill. Serve with tortilla chips.
Spread beans on ... Sprinkle tomatoes, then onions, olives and cheese (in that order) evenly over third layer. Chill and serve cold with tortilla chips.
Brown sausage; drain grease. Combine remaining ingredients in a saucepan or better yet, a crock pot. Stir while cheese melts, serve warm with taco ...
In a shallow ... top with sliced olives. It is ... individual ingredients (can be prepared beforehand and stored in baggies). Serve with tortilla chips.
Mix together mayonnaise, ... then tomatoes, then olives, then cover with shredded cheese. Serve chilled or at room temperature with round tortilla chips.
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