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one word awsome

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Theresa Downing January 18, 2004

So very good! I changed 2 ingredients you may say one was a major ingredient. I really thought I had crabmeat but it was baby shrimp that I used. And it worked out great. I added garlic too. YummY!

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Rita~ September 08, 2003

This dip was a real hit with family. A recipe that will be in my favorites file. Easy to put together and great eye appeal. Thanks for sharing a new found favorite .

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Dotty2 March 08, 2010

This was a very tasty crab and artichoke dip. We love just about anything that has crab in it. Thanks for posting this recipe.

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gwynn December 29, 2009

I made this for our Christmas dinner and it was a hit!!! I found that it tasted best on Breton original crackers.

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Chef Todd C December 27, 2009

I made this for Thanksgiving and it was excellent - BUT - it was even better the next day! The flavors blended and it didn't last five minutes from the time I put it back on the table. Thanks! I did change it a little because of lack of some of the ingredients (used a little sweet onion and used pimento instead of red peppers). I'm making it again this weekend and my mouth is watering while I write this...

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karenmacjohnson December 11, 2006

I have to agree with Theresa Downing, this dip is awesome! It's a hit whenever I serve it be it for family and friends or pot luck, and along with the compliments come requests for the recipe. This ones been in my keepers since the first making. Thank you.

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Gerry January 27, 2006

My guests proclaimed this recipe to be VERY good. It is extremely rich, so I had lots left over to try and eat up the next day. If I make this again...and I probably will...I will cut the mayo and cream cheese in half allowing the crab to be more pronounced instead of hidden with the cheese. I used the green onions, parsley lemon juice and artichokes, but not the celery or peppers. The Tabasco did not make this dip too hot, so I left the bottle out so that people could spice it to their liking. Good recipe Darlene!

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Geema October 24, 2005
Crab and Artichoke Dip