You won’t like me when I’m angry.

October 4th, 2008 by katie

Have you had a game night lately?  You really should.  We try to have Game Night maybe once a month or so.  We make drinks and snacks and play board games until the wee hours.  It’s a ton of fun and fodder for weeks of inside jokes.  Last week’s game night was mojitos and Cranium.  I swear the people who make the Cranium games are geniuses.  They have some really fun, easy kids games and their adult games are hilarious.

Here’s the hostess with the mostess mastering charades.  Notice the empty mojito glass. 

Don’t pay attention to the mess behind me.  This is what constitutes cleaning up for company at my house apparently.  Since you can’t play games and have drinks without snacks we usually divvy it up potluck style.  My contribution was a super quick, onion dip that I got from Mr. Chaos’ mother.  Next time, I’d like to plan ahead (hahahaha) and try this dip or this one to see if I can replicate the flavor without the onion soup mix.  Since that won’t happen anytime soon, here’s the recipe.  It is tasty and fast if you ever need to entertain on the fly.

Easiest Onion Dip

serves a crowd, prep 1 min, make 30 min ahead
  • 16 oz sour cream
  • 3 oz cream cheese, room temp
  • 1 packet onion soup mix
  1. Combine!  Chill 30 min before serving.

So what movie title was I acting out?

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8 Responses

  1. Stacy

    I am going to take a stab in the dark and say the Incredible Hulk?

    Ding! Ding! We have a winner! -Katie

  2. Jill

    That was my guess too! Hulk, definitely.

    My mom used to make a version of this onion dip when I was a kid and I really liked it. Hmmm, if it wasn’t my month of nothing, I think I’d go get stuff for it right now. Potato chips are what I am craving most.


  3. noble pig

    The Forty Year Old Virgin?

    LMAO -Katie

  4. Rayrena

    First, there is no shame in using soup mix. I love that stuff. I’ll have to post my sinfully good baked french fry casserole dish with onion soup mix, sour cream and cream of chicken soup. I know, sounds gross but when I serve it, the folks can’t stop eating it 🙂

    Incredible Hulk sounds better that what I was thinking… I was trying to remember of Lorne Michaels ever made a movie about Hans and Franz…

  5. Rayrena

    Oh duh, I just noticed the title of the post *hanging head in shame*…

  6. Melissa

    You’re adorable!

    And hell, I can never manage to plan ahead either. When it’s food for fun I whip up the easiest but still tasty stuff I can think of.

  7. Nancy

    I’m going to go out on a limb here and gues The Hulk!

    I love those cranium games (and mojitos).

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