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2-foot wire form (half form used in special)
Lemon leaf branches
A variety of fruits and herbs
Insert bamboo skewers through form and set in place with floral wire. Attach lemon leaf branches to form with floral wire. Insert skewers through fruit and herbs, being sure to place largest fruits at the base of the form for stability.
Large white platter
Green vegetables (baby zucchini, broccoli, baby artichokes, watercress, avocado, pea shoots, green bell peppers, parsley, asparagus and Anaheim chilies)
Dandelion greens and kale
Knife and cutting board
Line platter with greens. Place a wooden form on top of greens, fill with grass and nest cherry tomatoes inside. Fill in the platter with vegetables. Place a knife and cutting board near the platter, so guests can serve themselves.
Prep Time: 5 minutes
16-ounce container of sour cream
1 cup finely chopped green onions
3/4 cup mayonnaise, Best Foods® or Hellmann’s® brand
1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley
3 tablespoons chopped fresh dill
2 teaspoons seasoned salt, Lawry’s® brand
2 bags bagel chips, Bagel Crisps® brand
In a medium bowl, combine sour cream, green onions, mayonnaise, parsley, dill and seasoned salt. Serve dip with bagel chips or vegetables.
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