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Thread: Easy, Delicious Chip Dip!

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    I can feel its taste. All ingredients are good and the method is also good. This item is really delicious I admire this post and i will try this tonight.

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    OK, I took this to a family get together this weekend and it went over very well. It made a generous bowl. I was glad to have a healthy and tasty option. I used low-fat ranch dressing. I'll make this again when I have to take something to a gathering...this will be good for Super Bowl party.
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    That sounds yummy. Dumb question, is shoepeg corn the can of white corn?

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    That sounds nice,easy and tasty.Think I will try that....i also found one this type of nice recipe from home weekly magazine.I sure will must be next time post here...Thanks for sharing this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Handcraftsbyjen View Post
    That sounds yummy. Dumb question, is shoepeg corn the can of white corn?
    Yes, it is sweet white corn. I never bought it before this recipe. Green Giant had it in a can, and also another white corn it said was very sweet. I googled shoepeg corn to see what it was, and some sites said you could use yellow corn in any recipe as is or add a teaspoon of sugar if you wanted to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Handcraftsbyjen View Post
    That sounds yummy. Dumb question, is shoepeg corn the can of white corn?
    Shoepeg corn actually says "shoepeg corn" on the can. I found it at Wal-Mart, but there was only one brand that had it. I'm thinking it was Green Giant maybe? Shoepeg corn is a white corn, but the kernels are a bit smaller and tenderer than other types of corn you buy. I would think any corn would work though. :c)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonnaFreak View Post
    Shoepeg corn actually says "shoepeg corn" on the can. I found it at Wal-Mart, but there was only one brand that had it. I'm thinking it was Green Giant maybe? Shoepeg corn is a white corn, but the kernels are a bit smaller and tenderer than other types of corn you buy. I would think any corn would work though. :c)

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    Donna is correct, shoepeg is on the Green Giant can, but any corn should work. Oh, the can is smaller than the regular 14/15 oz can, but should be located with the rest of the canned corn selections.
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    Think Ill try it for Thanksgiving, Thanks for sharing.
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