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Old 02-21-2008, 08:19 PM
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16 oz cream cheese
1 small can crushed pineapple, well drained
6 green onions, minced
1/3 c chopped green pepper
1/2 c finely ground pecans

Mix first 4 ingredients and form into ball. Roll in pecans.
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Ummmm Sounds good.
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16 oz cream cheese
1 small can crushed pineapple, well drained
6 green onions, minced
1/3 c chopped green pepper
1/2 c finely ground pecans

Mix first 4 ingredients and form into ball. Roll in pecans.
You guys are killin me ! Good Lord that sounds good !!! It is low fat too ???? ......right guys ????
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Yeah...... well. Portion control!
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You guys are killin me ! Good Lord that sounds good !!! It is low fat too ???? ......right guys ????
Al, I wish I could tell you what you want to hear.

Maybe we can do what the food mfg's do. Just change the label

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You guys are killin me ! Good Lord that sounds good !!! It is low fat too ???? ......right guys ????
With low-fat cream cheese, it would be ok in moderation Go light on the nuts too.

And, eat it on a small portion of light or low fat crackers. Not the whole box like I usually want to do
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Here's another easy one:
1 jar hot salsa (any brand)
2 8 oz. pkgs of softened cream cheese
1 c. shredded mild cheddar cheese

Mix all together, spread in a serving bown and top with additional cheddar cheese. Use the Scoop nacho's and enjoy!
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That sounds good, we will have to try it.

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Be sure to try this one Jim. It is very good ... and addictive.
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Be sure to try this one Jim. It is very good ... and addictive.
The only thing to watch is that "any brand" on the salsa. Some of that stuff is nasty.

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Ya know Jim, with the softened cream cheese and shredded cheese I can notice when she uses a hotter salsa, but I've never noticed a bad salsa. I'm sure good salsa will make it even better, but with all the ingredients it's hard to notice even bad salsa.
I honestly never pay attention to the brand she buys.
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I have tried making this using some organic crap that was grown and sold locally- sounds delicious, doesn't it??? NO WAY!! IT WAS SOOOO NASTY!! Be sure to buy salsa that you have already tried!
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I buy name brand salsa, like Chi-Chi's or something along those lines. Never have tried the organic stuff.
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sounds yummy
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Default Re: Cheese Ball

I'll be making Ione's Mushroom Cheese Ball this afternoon.

Ione's Mushroom Cheese Ball

1ea. 8 oz. cream cheese softened
1ea. 4 oz. can mushrooms drained
and finely choped
1ea. T. minced onion
1/2 T. seasoning salt (I use Johnny's
but recipe calls for Lowery's.)

Mix together and chill ball (or log) and
cover which chopped fresh parsley or nuts.

Cocktail shrimp may be added as well.
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