Mississippi Sin Dip

You will love this dip. It came from “gonnawantseconds.com”
Kathleen has some wonderful recipes on her blog. You should check them out!
I can’t wait to make it.

By Kathleen, April 2, 2014
Mississippi Sin Dip

16 Ounces – Sour Cream
8 Ounces – Cream Cheese, at Room Temperature
2 Cups – Sharp Cheddar Cheese, Shredded
1/2 Cup – Ham, Chopped
1/4 Cup – Green Onion, Sliced
Few Dashes or to Taste – Hot Sauce
1 Teaspoon – Worcestershire Sauce
1/4 Teaspoon – Black Pepper
1-16 Ounce. – Loaf French Bread, Unsliced


1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

2. Cut a thin, about 1 inch thick, oval slice off the top of the loaf of French bread leaving a couple inch perimeter. Set aside top. Remove most of the soft part of the bread, leaving a sturdy portion on sides and bottom. You can save the soft bread to use later with the dip if desired.

3. Mix the first 8 ingredients together in a medium bowl until well combined. Pour mixture into hollowed bread bowl. Place saved bread top on loaf.

4. Wrap entire loaf in a double thickness of heavy duty aluminum foil and bake in preheated oven for 1 hour. Serve with reserved bread or crackers.


day to day

So today is July 5th, can you believe the year is half over. Christmas is only 173 days away for those who are counting. Me I usually wait till the last minute meaning the last week. That’s when I have time to run from store to store. Maybe I will get a head start this year. I’ll keep my fingers crossed.
So how has everyone been doing? I hope everyone enjoyed their 4th. Me I was at work. I work at Schnucks as the Floral Manager, we as a store had a 4th event. I helped to sell brats and hotdogs as meals for $2.00 Thursday and Friday. All proceeds go to the Women Center. We had such a good turn out. Exceeded everything we thought we would do. It gives you such a good feeling when you can help others.
I’m having a time on here trying to figure out how to get bloggers buttons, how to make my own button. If anyone knows please share that with me.
So I got this recipe from facebook and can’t wait to make them in the morning.
Hard Core Country
Fried Peach Pie

For the filling:
6 to 7 oz dried fruit, such as peaches, apples, or apricots
2 cups water
1 cup sugar
4 Tbsp (½ stick) butter or margarine
1 Tbsp lemon juice
½ tsp ground cinnamon

For the dough:
2 cups all-purpose flour
1 tsp salt
½ cup shortening
½ cup milk, plus more if needed
Vegetable Oil

1.Place the dried fruit in a large saucepan and add the water and sugar. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat, then reduce the heat to a simmer and cook until the fruit is tender and the sugar is dissolved, about 20 minutes.

2.Add all the other ingredients and mash together with a potato masher or fork. Set aside while you prepare the dough.

3.To make the dough, in a medium bowl, combine the flour and salt. Cut in the shortening with a long-tined fork. Add the milk and stir until the dough sticks together. Divide into 10 portions. Roll each portion out on a floured surface into a 5- or 6-inch circle. Place 2 tablespoons of filling in each. Wet the edges and fold over, crimping with a fork.

4.In a large skillet, pour the oil to a depth of ¼ inch and heat over medium heat. Add the fruit pies to the hot oil and fry until browned on both sides, 3 to 4 minutes, turning as needed. Remove to a paper towel-lined plate.
Makes 10 pies

Come on morning. I just happen to have apple, cherry and peach filling. I hope you enjoy the recipe. Catch ya later.
just me