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A Great Christmas Eve or New Years Eve Treat!

Real Estate Agent with Home Smart Professionals-La Quinta, Indian Wells, Palm Desert, Indio, CA BRE 01820249

A Great Christmas Eve or New Years Eve Treat!  Isn't the holidays partly about Tradition?  Some tradition is appreciated and carried on...here is one recipe that has always been enjoyed and requested from one of my daughters.  It was a recipe from a past Broker I worked with in Sisters Oregon in the 1980's.  

When it came to me I don't remember the title but through the years it has been called "Dicks Bean Dip"...or "Dicky Dip"...as there are no beans.  Originally it was given to me by a past Chef of Black Butte Ranch, now a Real Estate Broker in Sisters, Oregon, Dick Howells.  (I may have changed it a little from the original)

Dicks Bean Dip

1 green pepper

1 onion

Chop and saute in olive oil and a little butter


1 Can mushroom soup

1 Can Dennison's Chile w/o beans

Add to the sauted veges


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1 lb. cheddar cheese shredded


Keep on low heat until all cheese is melted...serve with Tortilla chips...Enjoy!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!


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JOSH EVANS *JoshEvansHomes 516-655-5000
Village Properties of Mineola, LLC - Mineola, NY

That's probably really good thanks for the receive good luck and happy holidays

Dec 20, 2011 04:13 PM
Tim Lorenz
TIM LORENZ - Elite Home Sales Team - Mission Viejo, CA
949 874-2247

Now that is a dip I can get behind.  Sounds terrific.  thanks

Dec 20, 2011 04:18 PM
Sonja Patterson
Keller Williams - BV - College Station, TX
Texas Monthly 5-Star Realtor Recipient for the Hou

Sounds like a great party dip, Bonnie!  Thanks for sharing!

Dec 20, 2011 04:21 PM
Not a real person
San Diego, CA

One pound of cheddar cheese? That sounds like it would make enough dip for all 218,528 ActiveRain members!

Dec 30, 2011 01:47 AM