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We always have great response when we run SECRET RECIPES so
I thought I'd share one from TGI Friday's is in order for
my loyal subscribers today. TGI FRIDAYS 9-LAYER DIP is a
great hit for parties. You serve it with corn chips and
side with your favorite cold beverage of choice.

It can be easy to overlook some basic childproofing for
the kitchen and it's not just all about keeping the knives
up high. It's always good to get a refresher so you are
on point with little ones around.

Enjoy!
Marzee

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RECIPE: TGI FRIDAYS 9-LAYER DIP

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INGREDIENTS:
2 Strip Lean Bacon
1 16 ounce can refried beans (plain)
1/2 cup sour cream
1/2 teaspoon taco seasoning
3/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese
3/4 cup guacamole
1/3 cup diced tomatoes
1 tablespoon fresh cilantro, finely chopped
2 tablespoon sliced black olives
2 tablespoon finely sliced green onions

DIRECTIONS:
Fry diced bacon until done, add refried beans and cook slowly
and stir frequently until the bacon and bacon drippings are
mixed through about 15 minutes, remove from heat. Mix taco
seasoning with sour cream and set aside. To build 9 layer dip
place ingredients in this order on a shallow serving platter:
Spread refried beans to about 1 inch thick. 1/2 cup of the
shredded cheese, cup sour cream, guacamole, diced tomatoes,
diced cilantro, black olives, and sliced green onion. Add 1/4
cup cheese over top for garnish.

Categories: Appetizers, Secret Recipes



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ADVICE FOR CHILDPROOFING YOUR KITCHEN:

* Store matches, lighters, sharp utensils and household
cleaners in a cabinet accessible only to adults.

* Put child-safety latches on all lower-level cabinets.

* Unplug appliances when not in use and keep cords out
of reach of children.

* Never pour hot liquid near a child and never leave hot
drinks within reach.

* Use the back burners of the stove and turn pot handles
toward the back.

* Watch out for tablecloths - since small children enjoy
pulling on the cloth, glasses and plates can fall off.

* Keep stools and chairs away from counters and stoves.

* Be sure to keep alcohol locked away from children.

* Many kitchen accidents occur within seconds. It's best
to keep small children out of the kitchen completely.
Use a child-safety gate, if possible, in the doorway
to keep children out of the kitchen completely when you
are in another room.

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