Dips are meant to be appetizers and snacks, however, whenever I encounter one that I like it ends up becoming my entire meal. Here are six of my favor...
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The resulting dip tastes nothing like the stuff you had growing up as a kid.
Something about October whispers of comforting plaids and homey parties.
Do you want to eat French onion dip without feeling weird about it?
Slow sauté onions and their sugars blossom. Fast sauté the onions so they brown quickly and you bring out their brash, deep, meaty tasting sides.
In preparation for the big game, I road-tested two highly-extolled onion dips: Martha Stewart's Sweet Onion Dip and Williams-Sonoma's French Onion Dip.
Names are tricky. They are supposed to be the roadmap to a person. You hear their name, and you assume you can know a little bit about them. Not so...
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