so you are jonesin’ for some crack
August 22, 2006
Wow, you people are crazy about dip. I got an untold number of emails yesterday requesting the recipe. Frankly I am embarrassed to share it because it is so easy to make. Also because now I will get an untold number of emails telling me that this recipe SUX!!1! and that there is a much better one out there and people will feel compelled to share it with me.
Also, completely unrelated, if you do not like something I write there is a small red X up there in the right hand corner, click it. I do not need you to email me and tell me that I should change the way I write or you will no longer read my blog. Because, I hate to say it, I don’t care. I feel like I should write a string of expletives here to make my point, but really it is just uncalled for in this paragraph. Swear words have a proper place and time to be used. Maybe
fucking later. See, not right there.
The other reason I hesitate to share the recipe is because I don’t really measure anything. But here is the recipe.
2 blocks of cream cheese
3 cans of vegetarian refried beans (why vegetarian, I have no idea other than that is what I always buy. One last hold over from when I was a vegetarian and felt a smug superiority buying vegetarian beans, because no one is sneaking pig feet into my beans!)
2 jars of salsa
2 packages of taco seasoning mix
2.5-3 lbs of ground meat (turkey, chicken or beef will do)
Brown the ground meat in a pan. Add the taco seasoning mix and cook according the instructions, which I think is universally add water and the contents of the packets and cook some more.
Take out a large pyrex baking dish. Mine is bigger than a 9×13…11×14? I don’t know. Are these things standard size? Do you see why I don’t give out recipes?
Spread the two blocks of cream cheese on the bottom of the baking dish.
Then spread the cans of refried beans.
Then pour the jars of salsa on top.
Then pour the browned and seasoned meat mixture on top. And sort of mix it around with the salsa a bit.
Then sprinkle the cheese of top.
Put into the oven… oh maybe 350 for like 20 minutes or so. Until it is hot and the edges are bubbly.
Then take it out and eat it with the LIME flavored Tositos, which are like crack by themselves. I can not eat enough of those chips.
This recipe serves 1-10 people depending on how piggish you are. And piggish you will be. This shit is fucking good.
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