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Cheesey Bread (apetizer)
    Cheesey Bread (apetizer)

    On a baking tray (covered with foil to make a 'nest' for the bread) 1 loaf (round) sour dough bread - sliced cross-hatch down almost all the way, top to bottom leaving about 1/2 inch in tact (don't cut it all the way through) Monterey Jack cheese - cut in slices then placed in all the bread slices so all the bread slices are filled 1/2 cup melted butter poured over the top 1 pkg good seasons [new] Roasted Garlic dressing (original recipe called for Italian) sprinkled over the top to the cheese/bread/butter

    Bake in 350 oven 15 minutes or until the cheese has melted
    Serve warm

    I know, this isn't really "hot" as CHers like it, but picutre this with Hot Pepper Jack, or your own concoction of peppers placed in the slices with the bread . . . now you get the idea - I tried it with some dried Jalapeno (like the crushed red pepper type seasoning only better) and it was delicious . . .

    From: Sharen Rund Bloechl
    Posted By: Sharon Rund Bloechl

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