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AmosMosesAndTwins
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Lake Charles
Member since Apr 2010
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re: Good dip for before the game?


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Baked potato dip!


I bet that is delicious.






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cbtullis
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Apr 2004
2970 posts

re: Good dip for before the game?


My mom makes a dip like that crack dip.
She drizzles honey on it when it comes out the oven. Good stuff






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iluvdatiger
LSU Fan
Ridgeland, MS
Member since Jan 2004
37317 posts

re: Good dip for before the game?


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She drizzles honey on it when it comes out the oven. Good stuff



one of my friend's buys this stuff called Captain Rodney's Sweet & Spicy Pepper Glaze and drizzles it over the top when it comes out of the oven. HOLY MOLY IT IS EVEN MORE AWESOMER!



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Rohan2Reed
Grambling Fan
T'uela me la pela
Member since Nov 2003
70383 posts

re: Good dip for before the game?


if you want to get away from the canned shrimp and ranch dressing packet type dishes:
roasted fennel and white bean dip

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For Roasted Fennel
1 Large or 2 Small Fennel Bulbs, trimmed and cut into 1 inch pieces 2-3 tablespoons
Olive Oil
2 Cloves Garlic still in papery shell
Salt and Peper For the Cannellini Bean puree
3/4 cups Olive Oil 2 Garlic Cloves, Peeled and minced
2 1/2 cups Cooked Cannellini Beans, drained and rinsed
1 tablespoon Fresh Rosemary, Chopped
1 tablespoon Lemon juice, Freshly squeezed
1/2 cup Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese, grated Crostini First make the roasted fennel.

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Toss the fennel and garlic cloves in the olive oil and spread on a sheet pan. Season generously with salt and pepper. Roast for 30-40 minutes, turning twice during cooking. Take out and let cool. When cool squeeze the roasted garlic out of their skins.

Start the cannellini bean puree. In a small frying pan heat 1/2 cup olive oil over medium heat. Add the garlic cloves and cook until lightly golden, add rosemary and cannellini beans and cook for one minute more. Be careful not to burn the garlic. Take it off the heat.

In a food processor combine the garlic bean mixture, fennel, roasted garlic, lemon juice, remaining 1/4 olive oil and all but 3 tablespoons of the parmigiano-reggiano. Puree until smooth.

Raise oven temp to 450 degrees. Transfer puree into a small baking dish and sprinkle with remaining cheese. Feel free to add more. If your dish is near full, place it on a baking sheet, in case it bubbles over in the oven. Bake until cheese is golden on top, about 15-20 minutes. Serve with crostini. Enjoy!



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CHEDBALLZ
New Orleans Saints Fan
South Central LA
Member since Dec 2009
3582 posts

re: Good dip for before the game?


Tamale Meltdown

Mickey Brown Hot Tamales on the bottom

Chilli on top of thaf (canned or home made, beans or no beans)

Jalapenos, Black Olives (whatever you fancy) on top of that

Shredded cheese on top of that.

Bake at 400 till rhe cheese starts to get a little brown.

Serve with Fritos or Tortilla chips.






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ryan985
Member since Nov 2011
1793 posts

re: Good dip for before the game?


Buffalo chicken or corn dip





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Elleshoe
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Founder of the Boxtard Nation
Member since Jun 2004
121663 posts

re: Good dip for before the game?


Cope wintergreen longcut





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h0bnail
Georgia Fan
Member since Sep 2009
2249 posts

re: Good dip for before the game?


quote:

one of my friend's buys this stuff called Captain Rodney's Sweet & Spicy Pepper Glaze and drizzles it over the top when it comes out of the oven. HOLY MOLY IT IS EVEN MORE AWESOMER!


I've had this before. I think the recipe comes on the bottle. It is indeed some good shite.






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bubbz
Baylor Fan
Team Boxtard
Member since Mar 2006
17900 posts

re: Good dip for before the game?


Tiger Bread:

2 cups finely shredded mild or sharp cheese
2 8 oz cream cheese (softened)
1 16 oz sour cream
2 1/4 inch slabs Virginia baked ham (cubed)
1 7 oz can of chopped/diced green chilis
1 small bag of real bacon bits
1 tbs Worcestershire sauce
1 tbs Louisiana hot sauce
1 loaf of Italian bread (Walmart, Winn Dixie, Albertsons, whatver works best)

Mix all ingredients in bowl until well blended. If time permits, put in fridge overnight. Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Hollow out bread to make a boat of sorts. Be sure to not break the sides of the bread boat or make the sides real thin. Spoon mixture into bread and bake on cookie sheet for one hour. Great served with Frito Scoops. Eating the bread is also the best part.






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Kingwood Tiger
LSU Fan
Katy, TX
Member since Jul 2005
12252 posts

re: Good dip for before the game?


Easy one....

Jar of roasted red peppers
Package of cream cheese
Package of Ranch dressing mix

Combine in food processor......eat with fritos or other chips






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JBM210
Member since Dec 2010
1489 posts

re: Good dip for before the game?


Jalapeno Popper Dip will be served here tonight





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indytiger
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baton rouge/indy
Member since Oct 2004
7444 posts

re: Good dip for before the game?


I ended up going with the cheese crack dip. It was excellent and everybody loved it!





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JayKrewe
LSU Fan
Long Beach,CA
Member since Sep 2012
750 posts

re: Good dip for before the game?


made the buffalo chicken dip. wow. big hit!





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Lester Earl
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Member since Nov 2003
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re: Good dip for before the game?


iLuv, how long do you bake your dish for in the oven?





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CITWTT
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baton rouge
Member since Sep 2005
31765 posts

re: Good dip for before the game?


Whipped creamed cheese with pickapeppa sauce infused in it, served on Triscuits





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Oenophile Brah
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The Edge of Sanity
Member since Jan 2013
4705 posts

re: Good dip for before the game?


I have a spinach and artichoke dip that has some fried chicken "strips" mixed throughout.

It's pretty solid.






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Napoleon
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Dec 2007
33949 posts

re: Good dip for before the game?


I'm going to do crack dip and buffalo dip.

I'm tired of rotel and velveeta and spin dip.


Plus start that Advocare crap tomorrow, so may as well pig out one last time.







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LSU lilly
LSU Fan
Member since Aug 2010
8924 posts

re: Good dip for before the game?


Brown 1 lb. ground beef, melt sharp cheddar cheese, dice two tomatoes, pour them in a pot, add seasoning, stir for about an hour.

Super easy and delicious.






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LSU lilly
LSU Fan
Member since Aug 2010
8924 posts

re: Good dip for before the game?


I'm also a fan of a thin cracker (Whole Foods, Rosemary flavor), with a slice of bourgogne cheese, and then a slice of uncooked salmon. That's my go-to "finger food."





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sloopy
LSU Fan
nola
Member since Aug 2009
4143 posts

re: Good dip for before the game?


Never had buffalo chicken dip. Anyone have a recipe?





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