04 February 2010

Last Recipe (for the week)

I really do promise this won't become a food blog, mainly because I don't have many recipes. I feel like I have to share really good recipes, and this recipe IS.SO.GOOD. I promise. Husby's cousin-in-law introduced us to this dish. He brings it to holiday functions, and people fight to make sure they get an adequate portion. It's a crowd-pleaser for sure!

(Side note: I know that "Super Bowl" is a trademark and you have to pay a ridiculous amount of money to use it in advertising, but really, this is a recipe that would be great for a Super Bowl party. And besides, I'm not advertising, here. And if we have to get all technical, let's say what I really feel: it's for eating during the game so that you can focus all attention on commercials.)

(I really do watch the game, if it's good. And why wouldn't it be good with Mr. Manning on the field? I just hope he's in a few commericals because he's so funny!)

Now onto the goodness.

Reuben Dip
Serves 8-ish
6 oz. Swiss cheese
6 oz. Mozarella cheese
1 jar Sauerkraut (in the deli section)
1 cup Thousand Island Dressing
3 tablespoons mayonnaise
6 oz. Turkey pastrami or corned beef

Mix all ingredients and pour into a 9"x13" baking dish. Bake at 350 degrees for 20-30 minutes. Serve with rye party bread. (You know, the little bread loaves you see in the bakery section and wonder why anyone would ever use them. And you feel certain they've been there for at least a year because, really, what good are they? Now you know.)

Have a good Thursday!

(I love that my new last name starts with a W. It makes for a great nickname, even if I had to give it to myself. Feel free to use it.)


Christine said...

I think it's totally fine if you blog about food. It's YOUR blog, you can do what you want with it! :)

allison said...

Even though you've been married for several months and I've been married almost a year, it never occurred to me until I read this post that we now have the same last initial!

(K-dub is much catchier than A-dub, though!)