chip and dip

chip and dip

A snack or appetizer consisting of chips, vegetables, or another such easily dippable food and a saucelike condiment to dip them into. Put out a chip and dip for everyone before the show starts.
See also: and, chip, dip

chip and dip

Also, chip'n dip. A snack food or an appetizer consisting of potato chips, crackers, or raw vegetables (like carrot sticks) that are used to scoop up a dip, a savory creamy mixture. For example, There wasn't much to eat; all they served was a chip and dip. The term is also used for the utensils employed for this dish-a plate for the crackers and a small bowl for the dip. [Mid-1900s]
See also: and, chip, dip
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Instead of buying a chip and dip bowl make your own bowl by placing the chips in the bowl and in the centre place a small glass or bowl and fill it with your dip.
The Co-op's own label Loved By Us Chip and Dip Bucket (300g), PS3, Nacho Cheese Jalepeno Bites (160g), PS2.
The promotion will be supported by the brand's biggest-ever chip and dip media campaign, including TV, PR and a digital push via Facebook, gaming sites and mobile phone.
Items include tumblers, bowls, plates, pitchers, a chip and dip server and a new divided server.
Also available in the new Fun Frost and original Packerware colors is a chip and dip server.
While football shaped chip and dip trays are standard, why not add a little patriotic influence?
The new advertising campaign for Doritos spearheads this year's 12m [pounds sterling] investment by Walkers aimed at developing the Chip and Dip category.
Wilton is offering two of its chip and dip selections as promotional items: the Radish and the Chili Pepper Chip & Dip.