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5TO FIND Warm dips for fall snacking BY NICOLE MARSHALL MIDDLETON | World Scene Writer 918-581-8459 |[email protected]
AGOOD WARM DIP is a great thing to ind. And with autumn setting in a warm, gooey dip is the perfect Comfort Food
to share. Not to mention, it's a great football party food. Whether you like warming up with your favorite queso, a good bean dip or something with artichokes or spinach, we promise you won't be sorry you made the trip to get these dips.
Charleston's Cream Spinach and Artichoke Dip 6839 S. Yale Ave. and 3726 S. Peoria Ave. This dip is a meal in itself. It's served with Parmesan cream sauce with fresh tortilla chips. On the side, there's sour cream and salsa. It's not really needed because the dip is great by itself. But who is complaining about something a little extra on the side? It's big enough to share with at least two friends for $9.
Lambrusco'z White Queso 1344 E. 41st St. Owners say that this dip is invited to more parties than the staf is. And they always have it in stock. Serve this cheesy dip with pita, on brushcetta or with corn chips. The white queso, with just a little bit of artichokes in it, is $9 per pint or $17.50 a quart. The Bistro at Seville's Chokes and Cheese 10021 S. Yale Ave. This dip is a Tulsa-area icon. The Bistro serves this lufy dip with warm pita wedges. It is consistently good. Get it for $9. Lafa's Essau Soup 111 N. Main St. OK, we admit this is not a dip in the traditional sense. But chef Miranda Kaiser suggested eating the thick soup as a dip, and we took her up on the suggestion. It was a good idea. Order a cup and dip the fresh-baked lafa bread in the soup, which is a creamy blend of tomatoes and chickpeas. A cup is $4.49.
Pimento cheese dip is easy to make at home.Christopher Smith
/Tulsa World ile
For our ifth pick, we chose a warm pimento cheese dip. Pimento cheese is trendy, and here's a recipe you can make at home. WARM PIMENTO CHEESE AND CHIPS 8 ounces cheddar cheese, shredded Ѕ cup mayonnaise 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
1 tablespoon stone-ground mustard 1 teaspoon mustard powder ј teaspoon sea salt
ј teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 2 tablespoons minced fresh parsley Ѕ cup inely diced roasted red bell pepper Tortilla chips 1. Combine all the ingredi-
ents, except the tortilla chips, in a large bowl to mix. Transfer to a microwaveable dish and microwave about 20 seconds or until hot. 2. Or put in a baking dish in a preheated 350-degree oven for about 15 min
utes or until heated through. Serve with the tortilla chips. -- From "Tupelo Honey Cafe" by Elizabeth Sims
SUNDAY MATINEE FILM Frontier Visionary: George Catlin
and the Plains Indians OCTOBER 13, 1:30 & 2:15 P.M. TOM GILCREASE JR. AUDITORIUM In the 1830s, George Catlin (1796-1872) was the irst major artist to travel beyond THE MISSISSIPPI
and live with American Indians
, eventually recording the "manners and customs" of 50 Plains tribes in his Indian Gallery. This documentary follows his epic journey up the Missouri river
along parts of the Lewis and Clark
trail. The narrative of his adventures is presented using his own words and the voices of Native American
s today. This program is presented in conjunction with the exhibition Folio Editions: Art in the Service of Science. Free with paid admission. 1400 North Gilcrease Museum Road 918-596-2700 gilcrease.utulsa.edu TU is an EEO/AA institution.