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Buffalo Chicken Dip recipe in an Instant Pot

Warning! Do not make this dip unless you want to totally lose control. You won’t be able to stop eating this totally addictive buffalo chicken dip. Make for a party or for the whole family, so you don’t end up eating the whole batch by yourself (aherrrm. Not that I’ve ever done that ;0). This chip dip is insanely delicious. In the Midwest, it’s a fixture at just about any football tailgate or house party. It’s mostly served with tortilla chips, celery sticks, and carrot sticks, but you could also use this same recipe to fill lettuce wraps, or serve over rice or quinoa. Chances are, you’ll love it so much, you’ll end up grabbing a fork and eating it right out of the pot. Also try this Buffalo Chicken Dip Pasta Salad. Classic buffalo chicken dip has usually been prepared in the oven, or even a crock pot, but…

12 Iconic All-American foods invented right here at home

American cuisine takes a lot of flack for borrowing heavily from other cultures. Even the beloved hot dog and apple pie are imports (thanks Germany and England!). Over the decades, so many nationalities have influenced the food scene in the United States, it might be hard to point to many original inventions in your daily diet. But here are 12 everyday foods that you can proudly say are purely a product of America: Pecan Pie: Pecan pie is practically a food group in the Southern states. To claim anyone else came up with this classic would be a crime. Early New Orleans settlers from France are often credited with inventing the dish after they were introduced to the pecan but by Native American tribes. Corn Dogs: The classic American street food can be traced back to the Texas State Fair sometime between 1938 and 1942, when Carl and Neil Fletcher started selling their corn battered hot…