The other night I made a dip for trivia, and I promised you the recipe. Here it is. Nameless Dip, this is it. This dip, according to Nick, is unidentified. "No name dip" is the term I've used to describe it. I get it; it's unique. This dip is inexpensive and easy to make. It consists of four separate parts. No less than four.

The store I went to didn't have the 16 oz kind I like, so what you see in the picture is really two 8 oz sour cream containers. In this case, sixteen ounces will do.
Bits of bacon. You should check their legitimacy. I tried fake ones once, and it was the grossest thing I've ever had.
Miniature cheese crumbled. Although I like cheddar jack, any kind would be great in my book.
A jar of ranch spices. There are several varieties, but the original is my favorite.

16 oz sour cream
Note: If you can't find a single 16 oz container, two 8 oz containers will work just as well.
1 cup real bacon bits
Ensure they are real bacon bits for the best flavor. Avoid using imitation bacon bits.
1 cup shredded cheese
Cheddar Jack is preferred, but feel free to use your favorite type of shredded cheese.
1 packet dry ranch seasoning mix
Use the original flavor for the classic taste.