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This ones really easy!

One package of cream cheese and pour soy sauce over it. I always have those little packets that come with take out on board. Serve with rice crackers. Super easy and Trader Joe's has the crackers.
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you guys should write a cookbook...

"100 ways to use cream cheese"
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Interesting, thanks T37. Never seen one of those before.
Not sure if you're being obnoxious or not But if you aren't, it's generally used in asian wok cooking for pulling items out of the wok and draining them. Often, the items are laid in it, then laid in the wok to fry or steam, and then removed. You can find it at most asian groceries.
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how about some pasteurized processed cheese food product

ok..let's raise the bar a little bit before we start promoting squirty cheese and generic saltines.
get a small piece of good smoked salmon,4 oz should do it, i smoke my own so ymmv depending on what you get) and as this is a cream cheese thread, a block of reduced fat cr cheese, a 1/4c sour cream, some chopped capers and scallions, zest of 1/2 lemon..mix everything but the salmon together, then flake in small bits of salmon and blend..if there is any 'salmon juice' with the salmon, use a little of this too. add a little at a time and taste until you like it.
tastes great on carr's pepper water crackers or costco multi-grain crackers.
old standy..boule' (sourdough or similar) knorr swiss garden veg soup mix, mayo, sour cream and chopped spinach, drained completely, mix, let stand 30+ mins. cut out the inside of the round making small bread cuts to use as dip carrier, fill w/ spinach mixture.
opt add water chestnuts...
next lesson..gorgonzola cheese dip
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Gorgonzola reminds me of Fresh Figs wrapped in proscuitto, baked and drizzled with gorgonzola sauce.....mmmmmm

Sorry , I know this is supposed to be nibblies thread but I need something to get the thought of cream cheese out of my head. Horses for courses I know but I cannot understand cream cheese.
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Olivada, or olive dip to you folks.

I can black PITTED olives. Make sure they are pitted (ask me why).
4 cloves garlic
1 good handful of walnuts

Stick olives and garlic in a food processor and process to a fine consitency. You can add a little olive oil if necessary. Throw in walnuts and pulse a couple of times till walnuts are in small chunks.

Serve with pita triangles or rye bread.

If you have roasted peppers on board, they go really well with this.

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Not sure if you're being obnoxious or not But if you aren't, it's generally used in asian wok cooking for pulling items out of the wok and draining them. Often, the items are laid in it, then laid in the wok to fry or steam, and then removed. You can find it at most asian groceries.
Nope, wasn't being sarcastic at all. Probably hard to tell with me though, huh!!! Problem is that you don't need one of those to grill.... (smile).

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Grilled Veggies brushed with olive oil and garlic.
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Thumbs down Sorry, doesnt fit his request...

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I'm looking to broaden my repertoire of easy no cook foods to bring to those impromptu happy hours on the dock.
Hey Free...that doesn't count, he said "no cook"
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Hey Free...that doesn't count, he said "no cook"


Ha, ok, mix the veggies with the garlic and olive oil. Anything with garlic taste good.
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