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April 1, 2013 2:35 PM

Make Texas Caviar to serve a crowd at spring, summer parties

Please don't ban me from visiting Texas but I never really enjoyed Texas Caviar until my sister, Anne, made a version of the popular black-eyed pea dip over the weekend. For me, the delicate black eyed pea flavor is too often drowned out by too much bottled Italian dressing. Not so with Anne's variation. After seeing several postings on

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, Anne made up her own variation, keeping our family's tastes in mind. She replaced the commonly used yellow onion with a red one and omitted the cilantro.

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