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Old 01-29-2006, 01:18 PM
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So we had a potluck at the office a few days ago, so I decided to make Stevie's dip.

Not ony did everyone enjoy it, but many of my coworkers even made Stevie references!!

'Standback! I am going to get more dip.'

'Will I start twirling uncontrollably if I OD on this?'

'This dip is Dreamy.'

'Is this grated cheese or fringe from a shawl?'

I was soooo jazzed that people besides me could make those comments!!
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So we had a potluck at the office a few days ago, so I decided to make Stevie's dip.

Not ony did everyone enjoy it, but many of my coworkers even made Stevie references!!

'Standback! I am going to get more dip.'

'Will I start twirling uncontrollably if I OD on this?'

'This dip is Dreamy.'

'Is this grated cheese or fringe from a shawl?'

I was soooo jazzed that people besides me could make those comments!!

'Standback! I am going to get more dip.'
That's hilarious!
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Old 01-29-2006, 04:39 PM
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So we had a potluck at the office a few days ago, so I decided to make Stevie's dip.


That is a great story! Why is it that everytime I hear a story about an office anything, I have visions of the TV show actors portraying it in my head (Steve Carrell is too funny!)...TV has ruined my imagination for life!


RavenOfRhiannon, Where did you get that fabulous recipe?? Would you mind posting it? I'm a horrible cook, but dips and simple stuff I can do...usually
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Fleetwood Mac Fiesta Dip

Ingredients
2 large cans Rosarita spicy refried beans
2 packages of taco seasoning
1 cup mayonnaise
2 cups sour cream
6 medium tomatoes, chopped
Iceberg lettuce, shredded
3 cups grated cheddar cheese
2 small cans sliced black olives
Glass baking pan 9”x13”x2”

Bottom layer in pan: Refried beans
Next layer: mix taco seasoning, mayo+sour cream together and spread half of it on top of beans
Then: layer shredded lettuce
Next: layer of grated cheese
Then: layer of chopped tomatoes
Next: another layer of taco seasoning, mayo, sour cream mixture
Last: layer of sliced olives

Serve with tortilla chips

I served this party dip at my 4th of July barbeque and it was a great success!!

--Stevie Nicks
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Fleetwood Mac Fiesta Dip

Ingredients
2 large cans Rosarita spicy refried beans
2 packages of taco seasoning
1 cup mayonnaise
2 cups sour cream
6 medium tomatoes, chopped
Iceberg lettuce, shredded
3 cups grated cheddar cheese
2 small cans sliced black olives
Glass baking pan 9”x13”x2”

Bottom layer in pan: Refried beans
Next layer: mix taco seasoning, mayo+sour cream together and spread half of it on top of beans
Then: layer shredded lettuce
Next: layer of grated cheese
Then: layer of chopped tomatoes
Next: another layer of taco seasoning, mayo, sour cream mixture
Last: layer of sliced olives

Serve with tortilla chips

I served this party dip at my 4th of July barbeque and it was a great success!!

--Stevie Nicks

I much like Christine's wine recipe better...

Dom Perignon
1 cup

pour Dom Perignon into cup and serve!





edit: the fact that I don't read my posts before I post them sometimes...kills me!!!
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I much like Christine's wine recipe better...

Dom Perignon
1 cup

poor Dom Perignon into cup and serve!

hence the boozing part of the group of adjectives I have supplied

gotta love it - it's one of my favorite parts about Christine
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That is a great story! Why is it that everytime I hear a story about an office anything, I have visions of the TV show actors portraying it in my head (Steve Carrell is too funny!)...TV has ruined my imagination for life!
Dude, I was thinking the same thing. Must get a life...
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I much like Christine's wine recipe better...

Dom Perignon
1 cup

poor Dom Perignon into cup and serve!



Funniest post I've read in quite some time.
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I served this party dip at my 4th of July barbeque and it was a great success!!

--Stevie Nicks


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RavenOfRhiannon!


When...where...how did Stevie tell you about this??? Do tell...
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Here are other Macster recipes if anyone's interested.


WHAT MY GIRLFFRIEND SARA COOKS FOR ME
serves six (Some Kind of Shrimp Thing)

2 1/2 lbs raw shelled shrimp
1 1/2 cups (3 sticks) butter cut into 1/2 inch pieces
1 1/2 cups sliced fresh mushrooms
4 cloves chopped fresh garlic
7 cups chicken broth (preferably home-made)
1 1/4 cups chopped green onions
1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley
French bread

Melt 1/2 cup butter in heavy large saucepan over medium-high heat. Add shrimp, mushrooms and garlic and saute just until shrimp are pink (about a minute - don't overcook). Stir in boiling chicken broth, green onion and parsley. Remove from heat and add remaining batter, mixing until melted. Ladle into heated bowls and serve immediately with hot French bread.

"Then eat on"
Mick Fleetwood


SAVORY BAKED FISH
Preheat oven to 375*
serves four

1 1/2-2 lbs firm white fish (halibut, sea bass, mahi-mahi)
2 cups mayonnaise
3 cloves chopped garlic
1 large chopped onion
tabasco sauce to taste
1 cup packaged breadcrumbs
lemon
parsley

1. In mixing bowl put mayo, garlic, onion, tabasco sauce and blend
2. Spread mixture on both sides of fish
3. Seal in tin foil package
4. Bake for 20 minutes (depending on thickness of fish)
5. Remove from oven, open package, sprinkle breadcrumbs on top of fish
6. Replace in oven until breadcrumbs are browned
7. Remove, garnish with sliced lemon, parsley sprigs, and serve.

John McVie


MAMMA MARIA'S PORTUGUESE STEAKS
To feed four
cooking time 15 mins

Ingredients:
4 filet mignons
3 cups sliced mushrooms
1 cup double cream
2 tablespoons worchestershire sauce
3 tablespoons tomato ketchup
4 oz unsweetened butter
6 large cloves of garlic (or more if you're feeling anti-social!)
1 oxo cube (or any beef boullion cube)

To Prepare:
Using half the butter, saute mushrooms in a separate skillet and put aside (add a little salt & pepper if you wish) Beat the steaks with a meat mallet to about 3/4" thick and trim off the fat - don't throw it away yet! Heat the remaining butter in another skillet, crush the garlic with a pressor into butter. On a high heat, sear the steaks both sides, add the bits of fat and let them cook slowly (about 6-8 minutes for pink in the middle) - meantime mix the cream, ketchup, and worchestershire sauce in a bowl with salt and pepper. Chuck out the bits of fat now! Remove the steaks from skillet and turn off heat. Now, add the cream mixture to the steak juice - don't do it over heat, it will curdle! Put back on medium heat, adding the mushrooms and their juice. Sprinkle in the boullion cube. Return the steaks, turning once in the sauce. Cook a couple more minutes, low heat, and serve!

Now, about the only healthy part of this meal is the salad you serve it with! So those watching cholesterol levels, beware --- Anyway, this is my husband's favorite way to eat steak so I hope you enjoy it too!

Christine McVie
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Delightful Recipes and Food Loves From Your Favorite Women in Rock

Summer is for sun, sand, and food. You can probably find out what your favorite celebrities are munching on by visiting their Instagram page. But what about those icons who have better things to do? We recently spotted an oldie but goodie article featuring a recipe from Fleetwood Mac songstress Stevie Nicks on Dangerous Minds (past the break). For fun, we took a culinary tour of what some of our favorite women in rock love to eat.


Stevie Nicks’ Fleetwood Mac Fiesta Dip should be consumed while wearing a boho shawl. From Dangerous Minds:
2 large cans Rosarita spicy refried beans
2 packages taco seasoning
1 cup mayonnaise
2 cups sour cream
6 medium tomatoes, chopped
iceberg lettuce, shredded
3 cups grated cheddar cheese
2 small cans sliced black olives
glass baking pan 9” x 13” x 2”

Bottom layer in pan: refried beans
Next layer: mix taco seasoning, mayonnaise, + sour cream together and spread half of it on top of beans
Then: layer of shredded lettuce
Next: layer of grated cheese
Then: layer of chopped tomatoes
Next: another layer of taco seasoning, mayonnaise, sour cream mixture
Last: layer of sliced olives

Serve with tortilla chips


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Can someone please post the recipe for
"Lindsey's Hydro Pot Brownies" by Carol Ann Harris? It was a fab recipe circa 1981! Those brownies always guaranteed a great time!
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