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"Sherry - Thank you for sharing this recipe. Of all the Spinach and Artichoke Dip recipes on line, this is my favorite. I've made this for my family since Thanksgiving 2010. All other simular recipes have been dumped! DELISH!"
"We tried this one for Thanksgiving 2011. The whole family loved it. I think next time I will add more Cayenne Pepper and hot sauce per some readers advise. By adding extra Cajun Seasoning, I'm afraid it will get to salty. I didn't want to get it to terrably hot because I wasn't sure how hot it would be for the others. We love spicy food. I a..."
"BIG TIP: Before you add the liquid ingredients to the dry ingredients, add your pepper slices to the seasoned flour first! Shake them around to get them well coated. Remove the pepper slices from the flour, then add your wet ingredients to the flour mixture. This makes the batter stick to the peppers. We use a spicy ranch dressing to dip our's..."
"This is the way my favorite Thai restaurant makes this salad. Instead of slicing the cucumbers, partially peel (take one, leave one), cut into quarters, seed, and cut into bite size chunks."
"I have to say - this is awesomely delicious! I made it exactly as written and used you Peanut Sauce (cut down to less than half!). I think next time I'll use shrimp or pork for a different taste. Served it with Thai Rice and a Thai Cucumber and Red Onion Salad. Delish!"
"OMG! OMG! I've eaten fried dill pickles many times, and these are by far the BEST. This was the first time my daughter and I made them. So easy. We used thick cut dill pickles and they held up beautifully. I will be making these again, soon! Thanks for sharing such a great recipe."