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Sunday, November 4, 2012

Jarlsberg Cheese Dip


If you need a great appetizer recipe, you need to try this!
It couldn't be easier and is addictively delicious! 
I guarantee it will replace the traditional cheese ball during
the coming holidays.  It's also great with soup or a salad.
 Serve with pretzel crisps, crackers,
or it's really great piled on a grilled juicy burger.  Oh my!



Grate desired amount of Jarlsberg cheese into a bowl.
Add some finely chopped red onion.  Stir in just enough mayo
to make it all stick together and add a few grinds of
fresh black pepper.



Make extra, because I know you'll eat half of it before it has a 
chance to be served to anyone!
I'm speaking from experience here! ha ha.



34 comments:

  1. Don't think I've ever tasted Jarlesburg. Sounds yummy though. I'll have to give it a shot!

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    1. and I'm first just so those other two know it! haha :)

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    2. I had not had it before this either! The Mister brought me a taste home from a reception he attended and said I had to try it. I was hooked. Jarlsberg is a mild swiss. Really good.

      And yes, you are first!
      One will call you dear.
      The other will threaten to bury you.
      lol....

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    3. oooh yummy. Linford and I love Swiss! I really must try it!

      haha makes me laugh! :)

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    4. And still they are not here!
      Very late, I fear!

      See..Pat has me rhyming even when I don't have to! Geesh! lol....

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    5. Betsy dear? you are talking about me with Martha?? LOL
      But here Im:)

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    6. haha..yes, Martha was saying she beat you and Pat. :)

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    7. LOL yeah she will dear
      I'll bury you in the litterbox that is near haha

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  2. Mm, I like Jarlsberg cheese - do you grate the holes into this too?

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    1. haha...yes, the holes are included! lol....

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    1. wish you were here...I'd serve you up some!

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  4. Oh Betsy is just deicious Im sure I can eat almost all this!! I adore cheese and when Imgrated sometimes Im eating:)

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    1. Oh, this is so good. You would love it! Yes, you must nibble while you grate! ha.

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    2. Only Im afraid to eat all thecheese LOL

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    3. No, Esperanza would never let you eat it all! hahaha

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  5. This sounds delicious. I am a cheese addict.

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    1. well, this recipe will not help that situation. haha.

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  6. mmm this sounds really good...and just in time for holiday party period...smiles.

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    1. mmmm...it's great...you'd love it! Make it for Tara! :)

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  7. Never heard of such a word
    Between that and that bird
    The cat could have fun
    Not allowed to eat that under my sun
    Dairy is not allowed
    And must avoid crap from the gluten crowd haha
    And you skipped a day
    How dare you at your bay
    The time going ahead screw you up?
    Or not enough coffee in your cup? haha

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    1. This is all gluten and dairy
      it would be sure to make you hairy
      better stay away
      and eat chicken at your bay. :)
      Yes, I skipped a day
      was out late partying at my bay
      and didn't have 40 in draft
      like some crazy lad.

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    2. LOL actually it is 85 now
      Almost into Feb with my rhyming meow haha
      Have to get them all piled up at my sea
      So when the arm is able I go write novels like crazy

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    3. 85?
      Sakes alive.
      That's a little crazy, cat
      and that's a face it fact.
      ha.
      How is that arm, btw.
      any of the pain go away?

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    4. Yeah starting too I guess
      Suppose I am less in a mess

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  8. simple, good ingredients are just hard to beat... or hard to mess up! thank you for this one, betsy!! blessings ~ tanna

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    1. so true...sometimes those are the best recipes!..and it is so easy! I know I'll be making it often!

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  9. I don't think I have ever tied Jarlsberg cheese but this looks very good and I'll try it! Thanks, Betsy!

    XO,
    Jane

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  10. Linda just asked me if I was hungry and I said just a bit, then I got on to post and my stomach rumbles. "Honnnn... I changed my mind, I'm hungry!"

    Thanks :P

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  11. Hm. Wonder how that would work with Swiss or Parmesan cheese...?

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  12. I'm so excited to have found this recipe and your page. I recently had this dip at a party and have been craving it ever since. I'm going to share your link on my page. Libby

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