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baked tortilia chips yjere at the grocery store and salsa soemthing like that. i like to go to sparkrecipies.com or
foodnetwork.com and u can pick any kind of evert and they will give u specific recipies for that kind of topic.
guacamole with baked tortilla chips
sour cream or yogurt dip with cut-up veggies
Take ordinary piecrust dough and knead in finely grated sharp cheddar. Cut into small squares and roll each around a black olive. Place on a cookie sheet and bake at 350 degrees for ten to fifteen minutes, or until golden brown.
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That's a tough one...I would probably go with something contrasting...if it is a heavy or spicy chili, so with something lite and sweet (like a pineapple and mango salsa)...if it is something on the tamer side, then shoot for something a bit more bold...
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and salad. I've been asked to bring an appetizer to a party. Any ideas?