Party Recipe: Golden Onion Dip — Glover Gardens

October 26, 2018 at 3:40 PM | Posted in Uncategorized | 3 Comments

For a recent big 5-0 birthday party, I made some food (read about it here). I promised to share the recipes with you, and here’s an easy one: Golden Onion Dip. Its slightly sweet onion flavor is reminiscent of the onion dip in the plastic container served alongside potato chips at backyard barbecues, but it…

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  1. […] via Party Recipe: Golden Onion Dip — Glover Gardens — My Meals are on Wheels […]

  2. Thank you for reblogging! I hope your readers will make the recipe and let us know how they liked it. 🙂


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