Here are a couple of Greek dips that will expand your taste a little, if you're stuck on a typical American Diet, this should add some new flavours. You might find commercially made stuff, but it is well worth the effort to make your own.
Try getting some Tahini from a Greek or Continental Deli, but the raw stuff and not the premixed commercial stuff. Tahini is sesame seed paste.
Mix about 1/4 cup Tahini with some freshly minced garlic, add some EVOO, lemon juice and water and keep alternating them until you get a fairly creamy mixture with a slightly runny texture. Add chopped french (flat leaf) parsley. This is great for dipping warm pitta bread in or even fresh bread of any kind.
Pitta bread can be any type according to what you like to eat, wholemeal are probably better from a diet pint of view.
You could also make kebabs (note the spelling, kabobs are nothing like em :p) with pork, chicken, lamb or beef, put them in the pitta with some chopped onion, chopped cucumber, chopped tomato and finely shredded white cabbage. Drizzle tahini dip onto it.
Or make some Tzatziki, finely grate cucumber, drain, add some greek yogurt (note, you could use any plain old yogurt, but the greek type is way better, try and get an imported one made in Greece) freshly minced garlic and dried mint. Mix well. Either dip pitta bread into it or put it into the pitta with your kebabs.
This should be a whole new taste experience to many of you.