Game Day Dip

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Game Day Dip
A very simple, easily made dip for fantastic flavor. Use with chips, veggies, or as a spread on sandwiches or wraps for a little something special.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Servings
Prep Time 10 minutes
Servings
Instructions
  1. In a medium-small bowl, mix everything but the cream cheese together
  2. Mix in Cream Cheese until smooth. (Hand mixers do best here, but are not absolutely necessary.)
  3. Chill overnight
  4. Serve with chips
Recipe Notes

If you want your dip a little thinner, add some milk.

Swap out the savory spices for Sweet Breakfast Blend and a bit of sugar for a really great french toast dip.

Greek Style Roast

My God-Mother has been a huge inspiration in my culinary development. She’s half-Greek, and an out-of-this-world fantastic cook. Once in my teens I left her in horrified silence for all of 30 seconds when I said “who cares what it looks like, just as long as it tastes good!” I have since mended my ways under her tender and thoughtful care. This is one of her recipes that she has graciously allowed me to adapt and put out for all of you to enjoy.

Normally, this is done on a leg of Lamb, and rotisseried. Most recently, I broke out an elk shoulder roast and cooked it on low in the crockpot for about 5 hours. Carol’s tutelage did not disappoint. It was the most tender, juicy elk roast I’ve had yet.

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Greek Style Roast
Cuisine Greek
Prep Time 20 Minutes
Servings
Cuisine Greek
Prep Time 20 Minutes
Servings
Instructions
  1. Soften your butter and slice it into thin pats.
  2. Slice your garlic, thinly
  3. Put Salt and Pepper in a small bowl. Get out a small tipped spoon for them.
  4. With a paring knife cut a slit in your roast, no more than an inch deep. Stuff with a little salt, a little pepper, and 1 slice of garlic. Plug with half to whole pat of butter depending on how deep the hole is.
  5. Do this at 1-inch intervals all over the roast.
  6. Pat the roast dry, sprinkle Greek Seasoning evenly all over the surface of the roast, and rub it in.
  7. Pour olive oil on each side of the roast, and rub in
  8. Cook in the Crockpot, or in a covered dutch oven according to normal times and temp for your meat. If using a Lean roast, cook at very low temp for several hours.