12 Days of Endive, Day 6, 7 and more!

We have a lot to fill you in on here at Discover Endive. First, let’s catch up with Rachael at La Fuji Mama and her 12 Days of Endive series.

When we last saw Rachael, she was extolling the anti-cancer benefits of endive. Next, Rachael shared 12 fantastic ways to “Add Some Diva to Your Salad.” Yes, please! And on Day 8…find out about the mysterious evolution of red endive. Thanks, Rachael, for all you do to educate us on all things endive!

But wait! There’s more? Yes, more…

You can win your very own shipment of freshly packed California Endive. How? Well, check out this juicy (or should I say “Saucy”) tidbit:

Sara over at the Saucy Dipper has come up with not one, not two, but THREE dip recipes perfect for pairing with the endive. The dip recipes come just in time for Saucy Dipper’s special event called Dipstock. Discover Endive is happy to participate in Dipstock, a festival of dips, as Sara likes to call it.
The first 20 Dipstock participants will receive a dip tray from Discover Endive and one lucky winner will receive a free shipment of endive. Anyone can participate. All you have to do is make a dip and share the recipe. Visit the Saucy Dipper to find out more about Dipstock and to get the recipes for a Light Ranch Dip, Spicy Pineapple Dip, and a Greek-Food Lovers Dip, all of which taste delicious when served with endive.


2 Responses to “12 Days of Endive, Day 6, 7 and more!”

  1. 1 Shreela January 26, 2012 at 7:57 pm

    I guess we leave our dip recipe here in comments? Well here’s a dip I came up with while staying with my parents (limited pantry challenge haha):

    Montreal Balsamic Turtle Bean Dip/Hummus

    1 can black beans rinsed
    2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
    1 teaspoon Montreal steak seasoning
    Olive oil to personal preference
    water if needed to blend, but I put in just enough olive oil to blend in, pulsing and stirring a LOT
    I don’t think it needed salt

    Hubby agreed with me that adding 1/4 – 1/2 cup of sauteed onions might be nice the next time I make my new black bean dip. I’m also going to sprinkle about 1 tsp dried parsley to offset the mucky color. Fresh parsley would be nice of course, but I always have dried parsley stocked in the pantry.

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