this dish is so tasty that every time i bring it to a party, people always ask for the recipe and i end up scribbling it on napkins. now i can just tell them to visit recipe zaar! not your typical quacamole dip! the prep time on this is high because of the chopping involved, but really it just takes seconds to throw it together. this dip can be prepared up to 5 hours ahead, but garnishes should be added at the last minute- (chopped before hand and stored individualy in the fridge). i prefer the toppings mixed together around the top because the flavors mix better, but the way it was taught to me was to do the fancier topping rings as stated below. enjoy!
we had a couple of home grown tomatoes, and what is better than blt's on a hot summer night? i didn't want same old sandwich, so i came up with this one. we love roasted garlic. you can use more or less or not at all, to your taste.
i bought one of these candy trains at a bazaar about 30 years ago and decided that i would copy it since it was so cute. these are great for little and big kids on your christmas list. i have also subbed halloween & easter candy to fit the season.
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