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Quick Ole Dip


In high school I learned so much about myself. I learned that I love the legal system. In fact ya’ll would be surprised to know I have a criminal justice degree!! I LOVE arts and crafts anything. I love to paint, draw, make things, sew, you name it, I probably love it. I took a teen living class while I was in school. One year I needed an easy filler for the school year and this was the ONLY thing left for me, unless I wanted like horticulture, or you know mason class. The teacher’s name was Mrs. Rogers. While she wasn’t exactly the teacher I wanted…she was very structured and strict….she introduced me to a world I didn’t fully know I liked. I had always liked to cook and do crafty things, but she introduced me to sewing. I never knew how fun it could be until she came into my life. The next year I actually took Mrs. Haynes class for sewing. I loved it! The class did so much. We learned about sewing, love, parenting, and cooking. Basically the class seemed to touch base on everything. One of the things we learned was this Mexican Ole Dip. How crazy is it that all these years later, I still know the recipe and I still make it sometimes. It’s pretty good.

what you need:

1 can chili (with or without beans, or make your own!)

1 box of cream cheese, softened

4 oz bag of Monterey jack cheese

Layer cream cheese, chili, then Monterey jack cheese into your microwave safe bowl. Heat until all cheese is melted. Stir and serve.

Note: What I usually do is layer it and put it straight in the fridge. When I want to eat some, I will scoop some into a bowl and heat and stir. Then eat.


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