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Hot Brie and Pesto Dip

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A couple of months ago my wife and I were on a wine tasting trip and one of the wineries had a dip that was simply amazing. The winery was nice enough to give us the recipe and I’m blogging it here so I don’t lose it.

  • 8 oz cream cheese, cubed
  • 8 oz brie, cubed
  • 2 Tbsp pesto
  • 2 Tbsp parmesan cheese
  • 2 Tbsp pine nuts
  • 2 oz sweet white wine (they used Muscat Canelli, I used a Reisling)

Combine all ingredients in an oven-safe bowl and bake for 20 minutes at 375°. Serve with a sliced baguette or water crackers.

Scott Johnson of Feedster
May 18, 2006 5:29 AM

Hey man, I was wondering why the See also links don't appear in your feed. Thanks Scott

Yvonne Adams
May 19, 2006 7:45 AM

Scott, I imagine he modified his feed template to exclude the #related id (or noindex class)?

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