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The Golden age of dips

The Golden age of dips

We're living in the golden age of dips. Crudité platters, previously reserved for displaying rows of baby carrots and slivers of bell peppers at fusty, obligatory wine receptions, are popping up at beloved New York spots like MeMe's Diner in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, and the Grill in the Seagram Building, peppered with Lilliputian French Breakfast radishes and gumball-size Japanese turnips.  Whether you're blitzing some creamy white beans or whipping a pint of ricotta to a delicate, airy consistency, dips are one of the easiest things to throw together the day before a party and pull out just as people start to walk in the door.

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