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Creamy Spinach and Artichoke Dip



























Who doesn't love hot and bubbly spinach and artichoke dip? It has to be one of the most popular appetizers ordered at restaurants. Well, you no longer have to go out, you can make it at home.
My recipe is slightly adapted from this highly rated dip on Allrecipes. Grab your favorite tortilla chips and dig in!

Having beautiful and unique bakeware that can go straight from your oven to table is great not only for presentation but also for an easy cleanup. While on vacation in the Florida Keys, my parents picked up a few pieces of Tom Chamberlain pottery for us as wedding presents. I have loved using the brie baking dish for my crab dip, but I was just on the site recently and discovered I need to pick up one of these!

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