A cold dip

I first discovered this dip at a reunion of old college roommates. It comes from the wilds of Farmington, Connecticut.


(Makes 2/3 cup of dip)


  1. Combine first 5 ingredients
  2. Stir in enough cream to make the mixture have dipping consistency.
  3. Chill.


Serve in a hollowed-out
whole loaf of bread. Use the discarded bread for dipping.


Difficulty: easy.
Time: 3 minutes preparation, several hours chilling.
Precision: no need to measure.


Sid Shapiro ! Wang Institute of Graduate Studies, Tyngsboro, Massachusetts 
 [decvax, linus, masscomp]!wanginst!ss 
Recipe last modified: 1 Jan 86

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From: ss@wang-inst (Sid Shapiro)
Newsgroups: mod.recipes
Subject: RECIPE: dill dip -- an appetizer
Date: 16 Jan 86 08:34:01 GMT
Organization: Wang Institute, Tyngsboro, MA
Approved: reid@glacier.ARPA

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