It's Not A Party Without...

Dip Collage

No matter if it's a well-planned soiree or an impromptu get-together, dips are always a must at any party of mine. They're an invitation for your guests to mingle, snack, and make themselves right at home. Plus, they are easy to whip up even if you're busy cleaning the house or shopping for gifts. In the midst of entertaining season, it's a good idea to have your go-to dip recipes ready, so here are three of my favorites to add to your rotation:


Hot Artichoke Dip

Spinach and Artichoke dip is a classic for a reason, and one of my very favorite dishes to make with Ocean Mist Farms Artichoke Hearts and Spinach. This Hot Artichoke Dip is made in the Instant Pot, so everything gets cooked quickly and in the same pot. Serve with crusty bread or your favorite assortment of crudites for dipping. Definitely a step above the rest!


Chef Tony Baker's Cranberry Fennel Sauce

Skip the canned stuff and make it fresh! The addition of citrus, ginger, and fennel makes for a flavorful cranberry sauce like you've never had before. Chef Tony Baker's Cranberry Fennel Sauce is the perfect addition to a charcuterie board or complement to your protein of choice. 

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Bacon Ranch Dip for Artichokes

If the title alone doesn't already have you on your way to the grocery store, what if I told you this Bacon Ranch Dip for Artichokes only requires 4 ingredients?  It doesn't get much easier (or delicious) than this, so save time for everything else there is to do this time of year!

Find our products in a store near you, and be sure to tag us on social media sharing how you're making Ocean Mist Farms vegetables the star of your holiday entertaining!


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Diana McClean
Growing up on California's central coast, I enjoyed delicious artichokes around the family dinner table and always on Christmas Eve! It is beyond perfection that I now market artichokes for a living and get to share the Ocean Mist Farms story and my love of all things fresh.
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