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Unread 12-15-2008, 06:55 PM   #46
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I'm a visual person. Not one person has posted any PRON of this dip you speak of! Dare I say it.......never happened?
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Unread 12-15-2008, 11:47 PM   #49
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BTW.. for a variation, I make it with half cream of mushroom and half cream of chicken.
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I'm a visual person. Not one person has posted any PRON of this dip you speak of! Dare I say it.......never happened?
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Sorry, but while it sounds incredible, I can't stand anchovies. There's only one thing I can barely stomach anchovies in and that's a spicy Putanesca sauce. Even then, it makes me want to hurl after a while.
What could be substituted for the 'chovies? How about smoked oysters? Anyone ever try it that way?
Yup, I know what you mean, I myself LOVE Anchovies and Sardines, but my wife hates them. If you sub the anchovies, just account for the salt, oysters would be great. I grew up Catholic as well, and this and Paella (seafood only) were the Friday specials during Lent.
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Everybody shakes their head when they hear what's in it.
But they can't stop eating it. Cool sounding grub.
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BTW.. for a variation, I make it with half cream of mushroom and half cream of chicken.
That is not a variation, that is the recipe.
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Yup, I know what you mean, I myself LOVE Anchovies and Sardines, but my wife hates them. If you sub the anchovies, just account for the salt, oysters would be great. I grew up Catholic as well, and this and Paella (seafood only) were the Friday specials during Lent.
Well, I'm gonna use the Outlaws as guinnea pigs. I'm gonna try some finely minced smoked oysters instead. We'll see what they think. They aren't really into trying new things and like to stick to the usual. I hesitate trying new stuff with them sometimes cause they won't eat it if they've never seen it before and I end up bring lots of stuff back. I'll post some pron later on.

Jaber, odd, but I love sardines, just for some reason 'chovies don't sit well with me. I got a mean sardine pate recipe from my grandfather. It's one of those, people who don't like sardines can't stop eating it kinda recipes.
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That is not a variation, that is the recipe.
and That, is farking funny chit.
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I give up on trying to turn on the all the outlaws to food that is different and pleasing to the palate. They just don't get it. They can have all the instant mashed taters, dry turkey, dry ham, canned gravy, and etc they want.


I don't mean this in a bad way, but to make a long story short.......they just aren't adventurous when it comes to cooking or trying NEW things.

On a bright note...........when my wife tasted the Bagna she said.................."Chit, give me a bowl full and I'll eat it like soup, damn it's good!!!" This was the only review that matters to me.

It took a lot of years to turn my wife tastebuds onto good chit.


PS.....I loved it. I'm exuding(sp) a beautiful aroma of garlic from my breath, pores, and other areas(pfffffft) too. It's beautiful. I'm making a batch for my folks tomorrow............I know they will love it. They are garlic ADDICTS!!
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They can have all the instant mashed taters, dry turkey, dry ham, canned gravy, and etc they want.
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Simple answer....Serve them this
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Simple answer....Serve them this
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PS....I used one can of smoked oysters.............Dang Good flavor!!!
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Does it give you "garlic breath?"

If I made a batch up and ate it on Saturday, would I be OK breath wise on Monday?

OK, fire away. But you know what I mean!!!



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I really want to try this for my family's annual fishing outing next weekend. Will this turn out ok if I make it the night before, let it sit chilled until the next afternoon,then reheat in the crock pot?
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