1 9-inch loaf of bread (can use a loaf of french bread)
16 oz. sharp cheddar cheese, grated
1 8-oz. pkg cream cheese, softened
1 8-oz. carton sour cream
1/2 c. minced green onions
1 tsp. worcestershire sauce
2 41/2 oz. cans green chilies, chopped
1 c. chopped ham
Cut the top off the bread, reserving top and scoop out the inside. Combine remaining ingredients and mix well. This will be a very stiff mixture. Fill the bread with the cheese mixture, replace the top, and place on a cookie sheet. Bake in a 350 degree oven for 1 hour and 10 minutes. Serve with tortilla chips or tear and dip with the bread (I like to use Wheat Thins). Enjoy!
Look. There's just one thing you need to know about me when it comes to cooking. I'm all about easy! I made the cheese mixture last night and had Wayne fill the bread and put it in the oven tonight while we were at gymnastics. Now, if my man can do this, you KNOW it's easy!!!
My best friend, Leigh, and I love chocolate!! We are members of the "Choc-o-holics Club." I was telling her Sunday at church that Paula Dean has a new recipe magazine out that is nothing but chocolate recipes. There is a picture of Paula on the front holding up this huge chocolate mouse cake. Yum! Leigh asked me why I didn't buy it and I told her because it was rather expensive...$8.99. Maybe I could go to Paula's website and get some chocolate recipes that way. Anyway, I think Leigh is one of the best cooks in the world. Ya'll can just be mad at me, but I told her not to publish the secret-family-recipe for the Oreo Ice Cream. It'll make you slap your momma! Who knows? Maybe she won't listen to me and publish it anyway! Oh, and by the way! Some friend Leigh is! She tells me the NEXT day - after I have made the lasagna - that the noodles I used did not have to be boiled!! I could have just layered the casserole! WELL!!
Alise did such a great job at gymnastics tonight. If you had told me two years ago when we started Mommie-and-Me gymnastics that she would be flipping over the bars and doing cartwheels, I would have laughed and said that that would never happen. I stood at the window and watched her and I was so surprised how well she followed directions and sat patiently. She would look at me from time to time and I had to take her out to go to the bathroom, but other than that, she did really well!
I'll post pictures tomorrow from Bryan's party!