We’ve made it easier to order Kimo’s Dip Mixes online by instituting a single shipping fee, taking away the need for you to figure the shipping charge for your order. Go by the comment page and drop me a line and let me know what you think of this new policy.
Here’s a picture of me on the balcony of our hotel on a recent trip to Hawaii. I really love the 50th state and my husband Bruce and I vacation there annually.
Kimo’s (Say KEE-mohz) Dip Mixes are made and packed by hand using only fresh herbs and spices to insure that the dips are always top quality and always fresh.
I have three children, two boys and a girl, and five grandkids, including my new baby granddaughter. Bruce and I live in Beaverton, Oregon, where I have the family over for dinner — big family dinners — quite often. I always have two or three of my dips for hors d’oeuvres. Sometimes I use Kimo’s Dips other ways. Some of my dip mixes make great pasta toppings or salad dressings. Wasabi is great with beef roast or prime rib. Let me know about the unique ways you use Kimo’s Dip Mixes in your kitchen.
If you live in the Pacific Northwest, you’re invited to stop by one of my many booths at local farmers markets throughout the spring and summer. I’m a regular every season at the Beaverton, Lake Oswego, Astoria, Milwaukie, and Gresham markets. Some of the shows I attend include the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show in Portland, The Newport, Oregon, Seafood and Wine Festival and the Razor Clam Festival in Ocean Shores, Washington.
Stop by and sample any or all of the 21 dip varieties. Check our schedule for a market or show near you.