What happened to the traditional pot luck? When I was younger, we had them at church all the time. I remember my mom getting up early on Sunday morning to make sure she had her dish prepared before we left for church for the potluck after service. I always loved the idea. A group of people sharing fellowship and great food, but not 1 person having to do all the work. I'm sure there are still potlucks out there, keeping up this wonderful tradition--I just don't get invited to any! Until now, kind of. Each Sunday my fellow blogger Tina over at Mommy's Kitchen hosts a virtual potluck where if you attend, you can share a recipe so all of her readers link back to your site. I "showed up" last night and took Mom's Macaroni Salad and in return I got some great new recipes I am excite to try out. The first being this dip that I think would be perfect for a party, cook out, or heck, just for snacking! This comes from another Tina (although she credits her friend Lori), this one at Sugar Bean Bakers and I'm so happy to share it w/ you and I can't wait to go to the potluck next Sunday!
Holy Moses Dip
16 oz sour cream
4 oz. packet dry ranch dressing
3 oz real bacon bits
1-2 cups sharp cheddar cheese
Mix all ingredients well and chill. Serve w/ chips, crackers, pita chips, veggies, etc.
I am the every day mom in "Everyday Mom's Meals". I am a full time wife and mother. Adam and I have been married since May 2003, but together since May 1997. We have two beautiful sons, Alex & Max. Alex is 12 and a VERY active young man. He is a Tae Kwon Do National Champion and straight A student. We just welcomed Max in August of this year, and he has completed our family. We enjoy spending time together, and some of our best times are spent around our dining room table eating down to earth, family friendly, easy to make food. Please join me in my kitchen, and on our family adventures!
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