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It’s so sad that football season is almost over.
What’s even sadder is that the Lions lost the playoffs to the Seahawks. I guess I kind of figured they would because the Seahawks play a mean game but still! Ugh. There’s always next year, right? During the playoff game on Saturday my husband and I invited friends and family over to watch and of course, we needed to have lots of yummy food to serve. So. I decided to make a delicious Philly cheesesteak dip.
I do reside in Pennsylvania, after all. Plus, this former Michigan girl had to get everyone’s minds of the steelers and on the Lions and what better way to do that than with plate after plate of good food!
I am so excited for you guys and gals to give this dip a whirl. It’s super simple to make and tastes like a dream come true. Plus, it feeds a crowd. My husband brought up a good point while eating it and said that it would be great served on hoagie buns and eaten as a sandwich. So, I gave it a try and it was ding dang amazing!
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Quick Tip: This delicious dip is best when eaten piping hot.