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Spring is finally here! I love the weather. Well, everything except pollen. Gross! At this time of year, I love to take my afternoon breaks on the covered terrace. It is very relaxing to sit outside and have a Canada Dry® Ginger Ale and a small snack. I am a big fan of Canada Dry Ginger Ale. I love the crisp, real flavor of ginger and the refreshing bubbles. It's hard to beat the cold Canada Dry Ginger Ale and read a book, magazine, or just listen to the birds on the terrace in the afternoon. I appreciate "my time" in the evenings.
Last week, I have been eating this country peach and cream ham sauce. OMG! It's so good!!! It is super easy to do; just drop everything into the food processor and you're ready to eat. Cream cheese, canned peaches, green onion, ham and dijon mustard. I love the salinity of country ham. I found the country ham with all the other diced hams at Walmart. It was in the refrigerated center section of my Walmart. If you don't like country ham, you can substitute it for plain cooked ham. This would even be good with some leftover Easter ham.
I served the peach sauce and country ham cream with some crackers, but it would be nice with a little celery, too. We are going to a party this weekend, and I have to bring a snack. I am totally bringing this dip. I am sure it will be a success!
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Peach dip and country ham cream 2 cups (Printable recipe)
- 1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, softened
- 1/2 cup (4 oz) diced cooked ham
- 3 tablespoons of canned peaches
- 1/4 cup sliced green onion
- 1 tablespoon of dijon mustard
- 1/4 cup chopped walnuts
In a food processor bowl, add cream cheese, cooked ham, canned peaches, green onion, and dijon mustard. Pulse 5 or 6 times, until almost creamy. Transfer the mixture to the serving bowl and top with walnuts. Serve with crackers and celery.
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