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Monday, January 30, 2012

THIS WEEK'S CRAVINGS Linky Party #66 (FAVORITE COOKBOOK) and Pioneer Woman's Hot Artichoke Dip


THIS WEEK'S CRAVINGS Linky Party #66
(Recipes MUST be from your FAVORITE COOKBOOK)
Hot Artichoke Dip
I just LOVE LOVE the Pioneer Woman's cookbook. I am sure ALL of you do too! I LOVE that it's down-home cooking! I LOVE that it's food my family will eat and I LOVE that everything I make from her cookbook is a HUGE HIT!

Pioneer Woman's Hot Artichoke Dip
found in The Pioneer Woman Cooks Cookbook, by Ree Drummond

2 (14 oz) cans artichoke hearts, drained
1 (8 oz) cream cheese
1 cup mayonnaise
1/4 tsp Cayenne Pepper
2 green onions, chopped
1 cup Parmesan Cheese, grated
dash of salt
fresh ground pepper

Preheat oven to 350. Add one can of artichokes, cream cheese, mayonnaise, green onions and cayenne pepper (add more if you like it hot) to food processor. Pulse about 7 times, you do NOT want to liquefy. Then add in the Parmesan cheese, salt and pepper.

Now, roughly chopped the additional can of artichokes, down to bite-size. Add these to the above mixture and mix together gently. Pour mixture into an oven-safe dish and bake for at least 20 minutes.


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This Week's Cravings Upcoming Linky "THEMES"
Here is a complete list of the past and what's coming up next on THIS WEEK'S CRAVINGS!
February 6 - Nutella Recipes (Nutella, Peanut Butter or Almond Butter)
February 13 - Valentine's Day Treats or Romantic Dinners

February 20 - Mexican Appetizers (Avocado Recipes & Salsa Recipes)

February 27 - Smoothies and Shakes
If you are new here browse around some past weeks at THIS WEEK'S CRAVINGS and you'll see why we are having so much fun and we invite you to link up too. Your hostess for this party are: Tina from MOMS CRAZY COOKING, Angela from Big Bear's Wife, Nicole from The Daily Dish and Kristi from Veggie Converter. We host this theme linky party every Monday (and the party stays open all week long)! We hope to inspire you to make something with our theme or get an old post notice by linking it up to the linky party below.

If you are a regular, link-up we're excited to see what you made this week. Just follow our simple rules, so that everyone can enjoy the linky party! If you forget to follow the theme, your post will be deleted. Please don't feel hurt, just come back and link up a recipe that follows the theme. Thanks a million, we look forward to blogging with you!
The LINKY PARTY is opened ALL Week!

PLEASE do not link more then 3 recipes per week.
This week's theme is: FAVORITE COOKBOOK RECIPES
Please only link recipes with our theme!


This week's theme is: FAVORITE COOKBOOK RECIPES
Please only link recipes with our theme!

7 comments:

  1. This is my first week linking up. I added Mexican Cornbread from my favorite cookbook. Thanks for hosting

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  2. While not a fan of the Pioneer Woman, this recipe does look delicious.

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  3. Good Morning Tina,
    I have had that dip before and it is delicious. I am sharing my Dallas Gas Station Pork Tacos from The Homesick Texan. Thanks for hosting and have a wonderful week!
    Miz Helen

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  4. Hi, Tina! I've linked up my Coffee Buttercream Frosting, from my favorite cookbook "The Best Recipe" by the editors of "Cook's Illustrated." It just so happens to be topping vanilla cupcakes from another of my favorite cookbooks ... "The Hummingbird Bakery Cookbook." Two great ones!! Thanks so much for hosting.
    Tracey

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  5. Hi Tina, today I am bringing Dip Mix recipes from "The Thrifty Cook" by Farm Journal. This is a very old cookbook from the 1970's that I have used for years and years. It has a many do-it-yourself mix recipes in it and and lots of budget recipes with tips and ideas for saving on your food budget. Thanks for hosting.

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  6. oops! You may have to delete my carrot pie cause I got all excited and posted it before I read that it had to be from a cook-book. I made it up, but it was soooooo good. (and I thought I was being so gourmet making up my own recipe) I'll make sure to read carefully next time.

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  7. Hi Tina I am sharing a Tuna Casserole dish, (made different than Mothers) from my favorite cookbook "The Farmers Almanac" thanks, andi

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