Instagrammer @Costcohotfinds spotted this Spinach, Artichoke, and Parmesan Dip and Spread by La Terra Fina and it looks all sorts of delicious. I didn’t get an impression of having too much garlic in any of the containers I’ve had, and I’ve had about 5 total to sample from. tub @ Costco Hawaii Kai. Set aside. According to the label, the key ingredients listed are: Parmesan Cheese, Mayonnaise, Water, Artichoke Hearts, Garlic, Dehydrated Spinach, Salt, and a few chemicals I can’t pronounce and don’t wanna’ know about. You’ve got your creamy, your chunky, your savory, your umami combination of spinach, artichoke, and Parmesan. LOL. I’m sure there’s some in there but this new dip is not loaded with it like previously. What you are getting, though, is a vegetarian option, unless it's cooked on the same grill as the beef burgers and grilled chicken sandwiches and some of those juices find their way into the burger, which is possible for both. Too tempting. Perhaps your batch was botched. Therefore it’s power-packed with flavor right off the showroom floor. Here you can sort of see the large gratings of real Parmesan. It is actually Haagen Dazs vanilla ice cream being sold under the Kirkland name. 2 tablespoons provide 100 calories, with 80 of that being fat calories. This is a dip I can get behind. Some of our favorite recipes using Dips & Spreads. I used to crave this and make special Costco trips just to get it. I recently bought it from Costco and, along with new packaging, the taste was completely different. I couldn't agree more for a store-bought dip. Auwe. Love this Spinach & Artichoke Parmesan Dip. The primary reason being this really is a PARMESAN DIP, where the Spinach & Artichokes have supporting roles, while the Parm’ is the star. Pomai, No I’m not. Add the spinach dip, half-and-half, cheese, onions, salt and pepper. In a large bowl, combine the baby spinach, 500 mL (2 cups) Italian cheese blend, Saputo Ricotta di Campagna, lemon zest and nutmeg. You know how there’s those food samples that are pretty good in a “Yeah, that hit the spot. tub. On my first shopping experience there, I brought home a large tub of the popular dip. I was going to say, just make your own from scratch, but eh, humbug. That’s just wrong! It seems to have a sweeter, creamier texture even while cold. Tender, savory-buttery artichokes & earthy-green-toned spinach are the perfect marriage with the rich and bold Parm’. Notice the new recipe also has sour cream in it, where that wasn’t mentioned in the ingredients in the tub I reviewed. Will try in crescent dough with some flour added to dip filling to firm it and wrap it up and bake. Costco Hawaii Kai, $7.59/30 oz. Actually, monterey jack cheese is listed ahead of parmesan. Later that night it made a reappearance for 3 hours! From where did you buy it and how much did it cost? I couldn’t find the ingredients on StoneMill Kitchen’s website for their current product, however has it: Stonemill Kitchens Spinach & Artichoke Parmesan Dip. Pour the egg mixture into the pie crust, and bake till golden brown, 25 to 30 minutes. I also remember vividly the appearance of shredded parmesan before I heated the dip. I must admit, the product is very rich, and I can only handle maybe 4-6 crackers worth in one sitting. Holding them by the toothpicks, dip the strawberries and marshmallows into the chocolate mixture. Weird and processed flavor. Ready to serve. But for that brief moment in time, this Spinach & Artichoke Parmesan Dip is pure bliss. *L* That dip does look lovely…and I love spinach and artichoke dips even without dippers. Zippy’s apparently is cost-cutting all over their menu, where their Zip Pac now uses generic frozen battered whole fish “sticks” (tastes like haddock) in substitution for fresh-battered Mahimahi they used to include in it. I made it as an “empty the fridge” meal at a friend’s beach house at the end if a vacation. Auwe! Come on now, let’s keep things ZIPPY’s FRESH! I’m planning a Costco trip very soon. Good lunch! Speaking of which, have you noticed the price of Mahimahi lately? Saute onion in olive oil for 4-5 minutes or until translucent. This is absolutely delicious served warm tossed with pasta and cut up grilled chicken. I rarely dine at fast-food restaurants in an all-out effort to better my diet, but after hearing so many positive, and a few negative, reviews, I took a spin through both fast-food drive-throughs in Soddy-Daisy and placed my orders. By the sample lady of course! Whisk eggs in a large bowl until smooth. A friend suggested getting them with cheese which, he felt, would give it better taste and texture.