Hearts of Palm Dip

Hearts of Palm Dip

Creamy, cheesy, and rich flavored dip to serve with French baguette slices… that’s my kind of finger food for parties.

Here is one recipe I would like to present – Hearts of palm dip!!!

If you like artichoke dip, you’ll like this one. You can get heart of palm in a can in many grocery stores these days and you can whip up some warm delicious dip with other ingredients you already have in your refrigerator within a few minutes before you put it into oven.

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Chop the hearts of palm into small pieces.

 

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Add mayonnaise, sour cream, a little bit of garlic, green onion, mozzarella cheese, and Parmesan cheese.

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Seaweed Radish Salad

Seaweed Salad with Radish

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Steak and Spinach Bibimbap

Steak and Spinach Bibimbap

It seems that I tend to eat (or feed) steak quite often these days. Can't deny that I currently live in a beef loving country. I had some leftover beef lomo cut (beef tenderloin) and decide to use it up on a Korean flavored meal. By the way, I love the sound of the Spanish word "lomo". I am one ...

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Radish Pancakes

Radish Pancakes

I found a piece of Korean radish in the back of vegetables tray of my refrigerator. I don't even remember how long it has been sitting there. I always love the surprises I find when it's time to clean up the refrigerator. It still looked decent although it didn't have all its fresh glory. I ...

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Swiss Chard Fritters

Swiss Chard Fritters

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Spicy Pork and Zucchini Stew

Spicy Pork and Zucchini Stew

It is a scorching hot summer here in Argentina and I am cooking a pot of spicy stew on my stove. What's wrong with me? Well, it's because I found some gorgeous summer zucchinis in a Korean grocery store. I haven't seen these zucchinis for many years and I was so excited to meet them ...

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Strawberry Kiwi Tiramisu

Strawberry Kiwi Tiramisu, without the alcohol

Christmas is just around the corner and my kids are excited. I have been busy making cookies, cakes, and all sorts of finger foods under the heaven for parties I held in my home or at friend's. One dessert I made that stand out has to be this strawberry kiwi tiramisu. The red and green color ...

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Chimichurri Sauce

Steak with Chimichurri Sauce

Living in Argentina, I get to enjoy juicy and succulent beef all the time. The Argentine steak (called "Parrilla") is available anywhere. Most homes have a Parrilla grill called a "Quincho" in their backyard. I have one in my house, too, but I don't use it much. It takes several hours to grill ...

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Watercress Tofu Salad

Watercress Tofu Salad

My mother is a devoted Buddhist. As a kid I occasionally accompanied her to one of the Buddhist temples she often visited. I saw her vowing hundreds of times down to the floor in front of Buddha statue asking for mercy and compassion. She had many wishes to pray to Buddha and all of her wishes were ...

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Mexican Fish

Mexican Fish, the Rodrigo-style fish

My family loves Mexican food. I wish I can find a decent Mexican restaurant in our neighborhoods but there isn't much to choose from. So that puts me into thinking that I should cook our family favorite Mexican food at home to satisfy our cravings. Unfortunately it is very difficult to find the ...

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Deep Dish Apple Pie

My Deep Dish Apple Pie

I went to two Thanksgiving parties last weekend. The turkeys, the stuffing, all the side dishes, and oh! the pies! I made pumpkin pies and apple pies to take to the parties and they were a hit. Apple pies are one of my favorite pies to make. There is nothing like the aroma of apple pie coming out ...

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