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Baked Olive, Tomato, and Feta Dip

Summertime is a perfect time to explore new snackable flavors. This healthy baked olive, tomato, and Feta dip bring a taste of the Mediterranean straight to your plate. We highly recommend making this for your next dinner party. Thanks to Kendra Vaculin of Food52 for this week's delicious recipe. Author Notes: Keep leftovers from this party fave in your fridge overnight; just pop the dish back into the oven to re-soften the cheese the next day. Makes: 1 block of feta Ingredients: 1/4cup tomato sauce, homemade or store-bought (a teeny amount! so the cheese doesn’t stick to the bottom! a perfect use for leftovers or the dregs of the jar) 8ounces block of feta cheese, drained 1/2cup pitted and chopped Kalamata olives 1 1/3cups halved cherry tomatoes 2cloves garlic, minced 1teaspoon dried oregano ...

Red Pepper & Walnut Dip with Naan Bread

A bold, vibrant red pepper & walnut dip that has just enough spice, and tons of rich flavor. By Kayla Howey Originally posted by The Original Dish If there’s one dip I’d want for the rest of my life… it is this one! Red peppers get roasted until blackened and soft, peeled, and then pureed with classic flavors that add a ton of depth to the dip. I found some dried chipotle morta chiles, but you can use any type of dried chiles that you can find. These get plumped up in hot water until they’re soft enough to work with. I then toast two things: walnuts in a dry pan and grainy bread in a touch of olive oil. The walnuts add that nutty, rich bite to the dip and...