October 26, 2008

Mr. Hatfield's Pickle Dip

Edit #2: Dried beef is not beef jerky. It's very thinly sliced, salty beef that has maybe 10 slices to a package. The brand I use is called Carl Budding and comes in a plastic sealed bag. In the grocery store, you can find it by the bologna and packaged luncheon meats, usually hanging up. It's also the meat that is used a lot for Chipped Beef on Toast.

Edit: I've added a label to attach to each recipe post I do. The link on the label *CK Becky Font* will take you to the free download of this font at Becky's blog. The links to the label *Recipe* will take you to all my posts that have recipes. I'll try to add this reminder to my recipe posts. Enjoy!

How about another recipe? Every month at the high school where I sub, there is a birthday luncheon. The teachers take turns bringing in lunch goodies each month. I was lucky enough to sub on a day when Mr. Hatfield brought in his wife's yummy Pickle Dip. Mr. Hatfield is the girls' PE teacher and he is young and fun and cute and everyone loves him!! I requested the recipe and the girls said I HAVE to name it *Mr. Hatfield's Pickle Dip*. So there ya go.

If you've ever had those pickle roll ups that have dill pickle slices wrapped in cream cheese and ham....well this is it in a much easier version. You chop everything up and make a dip out of it. That's MY kind of recipe, easy peasy!! I serve this with chips or crackers and it's always a hit at the parties. I thought you might enjoy the recipe because we all need a new recipe when the holidays roll around right?

To make my recipe card, I printed the recipe off with my usual Creating Keepsakes Becky Higgins and AFL Non Metric fonts. I chose Karen Lockhart's Pickle Jar image for my accent. Those pickles just crack me up!!
I colored the pickles with various green shades of Copic Sketch markers and then added a BG color for the glass jar. I used Ranger Glossy Accents to cover the entire jar to give it a realistic effect. Finished recipe card measures 4" x 6".
Here's the recipe that you can copy and paste/print:

Mr. Hatfield’s Pickle Dip

1 cup sour cream
1-8 oz pkg cream cheese, softened
2 pkgs dried beef, minced
2-3 dill pickle spears, diced
1 T Worcestershire Sauce
Black pepper, garlic powder & season salt to taste

Mix all ingredients. Serve with firm crackers. Can use light ingredients.

Note: I have SOOO much to share with you all....weekend trip photos from our little day vacay we took yesterday....my first quilt block........a new quilt store I found and NEW fabric (it's as addicting as collecting papers and ribbons!!).......recipes........my holiday cards blitz...and more. Stay tuned, I have so much to share that I'll probably be posting every day that I can. Have a great finish to your weekend, peeps!


Gina Sisco said...

Thanks for the recipe. I love pickle rollups, but hate, hate making them!!! So thanks to Mr Hatfield!!

Basement Stamper said...

sounds yummy! Delete two of the ingredients, replace the pickles with cut up bagels and spices with dill and you have some bagel dip. The ingredients are almost identical and the bagel drip is gorgeous!

Anonymous said...

oooh ,awaiting new quilt and fabric photos. Yes, it is as addictive as scrapping supplies... ;o)

Dip looks yummy. Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

I'm going to try this receipeas I've nevermade the wrapped pickles as found it too time consuming!

Quitling & fabric - watch-out girl - it is addicting - I've been quilting for 25 years & keep adding to my stash (entire double closet) instead of using what I have!

Beth Mak

Eveline said...

That sounds like a great dip. But can you tell me a bit about dried beef, what it is? I'll probably have to find a substitute for that because I'm not sure I'll find it over here.

Mixing-Katie said...

I love pickle wraps, but have never tried making them. This dip might be doable though! Is dried beef a fancy name for jerky? :)

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the recipe Mish. I love trying out new recipes and dips are always a hit at parties. Love that cute little pickle stamp!

glitter girl said...

hello, mish - another recipe to try - thanks so much! are your recipe cards always 4x6? for some reason i was thinking they were c/s quarters.
i can't wait to see what you've been up to!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the recipe - as a big pickle fan, I will have to make it! The only question I have is on the dried beef. Am wondering if we can find it in the northeast or substitute. Thanks!

DeeDee said...

Oh thanks for the new and EASY recipe Mish...I'm always looking for a new, good dip recipe and this one sounds yummy!!! I gotta try it!! I can't wait to see what all you have coming up!! HUGS!!

Tracy Y. said...

Thanks for all the wonderful recipes and projects you share! If you don't mind sharing, I would like to know how you set up your Word document margins for your fabulous recipe cards and do you ever print out more than one on a page? I'm thinking about making our family's favorite recipes into a card set for my sisters for Christmas gifts this year and would love to use your recipe card style and format. Thanks for the info!

Debbie Fisher (debbiedee) said...

I love the pickle roll ups and make them often for family gatherings. I will have to try this dip and compare. Thanks for sharing!

Loved your cards you made with the Karen Lockhart stamp...perfect for this recipe.

I can't wait to see your quilt block, new fabrics and vacation pics!

We had our first "snow day" Thursday!! I wonder if it's a sign of what kind of winter we are going to have. We RARELY use a snow day and now we have one in October!!!!

Mary said...

Huge thanks for these recipes, the recipe cards, and for sharing the fonts used for the printing of the recipe cards. The link made it so simple to find and download the CK Becky font!!!!Also, the Lockhart stamps are just perfect. I will certainly make sets of recipes for the family for Christmas gifts!! Thank you for this fantastic project.

barb mann said...

So... looking forward to your quilt square & fabric shop. But I have to say, this shop is my favorite quilt fabric store (I am a little biased as it is my daughter's online fabric shop). Check it out - http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5973558
also check out her new online shop - fabricworm.com
You'll love what she puts together!

Michelle Tech said...

I made Mr. Hatfield's dip last night and OOOOOHHHHHHH was it good! I love dried beef and pickles. For the crackers I used the new Townhouse FlipSides Pretzel Crackers...yum! TFS!

Debbie Olson said...

I adore dill pickles, and this sounds SO good! Darling recipe card, Mish!

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