When I Dip You Dip

Tuesday, January 2, 2007

My mom's two classic dips that she serves for company. They're damn tasty, cheap to make, and take all of about, oh 2 minutes to prepare.

The smokey cheese dip is, well, smokey. Plus we add a lot of garlic and spice so it has a lot of kick. The clam dip is muted and will be a hit with anyone who loves the taste of clams.

Smokey Cheese Dip
What You'll Need...
8 oz of cream cheese
1/4 teaspoon of Worcestershire sauce
1/4 teaspoon of chili powder
1/4 teaspoon of onion salt
1/4 teaspoon of liquid smoke
1 jar of Old English bottled cheese (will probably be in the cracker aisle)
1-4 cloves of garlic

What You'll Do...
Blend together and double fist with crackers or veggies into your face.

Minced Clam Dip
What You'll Need...
8 oz of Neuchatel cheese or cream cheese
8 oz of canned minced clams
1 tablespoon of dry minced onion
1 teaspoon of Worcetershire sauce
fresh chopped parsley (optional)

What You'll Do..
1) Drain minced clams, save the liquid.

2) Mix all the ingredients. Taste and add some of the liquid as needed to taste. Top with freshly minced parsley. Serve with crackers.


  1. Both of these dips sound really good to me - have my taste buds in a dither right now wishing I had an excuse to make some and start snacking!

  2. OOh~ those dips to look good. I can make a meal out of somethng like that...Unfortunantly!

  3. Hey isn't that an old rap song?? LOL.

    That dip looks good!

  4. Jeni - You need an excuse?

    Sher - Happy new year to you too darlin!

    Sandi - Unfortuenatly nothing. I make cookie dough batter just so I can eat it.

  5. Ohh I love dips and cheese dips are some of the best kind. What a coinky dinky, I just posted a couple of my fave dips myself. Happy new year to you and yours! :)

  6. Nothing makes Americans look foreign faster than recipes. I did a huge double take at old English bottled cheese. What on earth is that? Cheese in a bottle?


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