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Hi Everyone. It's been quite a long time since my last visit here and an surprised of the format change. it will take some getting used to.  Do any of you great VBBers out there have a recipe for
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SANDWICH SPREAD

posted at 10/21/2010 8:31 PM EDT
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Hi Everyone. It's been quite a long time since my last visit here and an surprised of the format change. it will take some getting used to.  Do any of you great VBBers out there have a recipe for Sandwich Spread like the type sold in stoores? An 18oz bottle here is $3.29 It must be cheaper to make it from scratch.

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posted at 10/21/2010 9:32 PM EDT
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msgracie m...

Are you looking for a sandwich spread with meat or cheese in it?
 

Re: SANDWICH SPREAD

posted at 10/21/2010 9:34 PM EDT
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In Response to SANDWICH SPREAD:
Hi Everyone. It's been quite a long time since my last visit here and an surprised of the format change. it will take some getting used to.  Do any of you great VBBers out there have a recipe for Sandwich Spread like the type sold in stoores? An 18oz bottle here is $3.29 It must be cheaper to make it from scratch.
Posted by msgracie m


HMMM! Not sure why there is an extra "m" in my name and why two posts came up and both different? I tried ti edit and it didn't work; any ideas?

Re: SANDWICH SPREAD

posted at 10/21/2010 9:35 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: SANDWICH SPREAD:
In Response to SANDWICH SPREAD : HMMM! Not sure why there is an extra "m" in my name and why two posts came up and both different? I tried ti edit and it didn't work; any ideas?
Posted by msgracie m


No. The kind with mayo, mustard? pickles etc.

Re: SANDWICH SPREAD

posted at 10/22/2010 8:21 PM EDT
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My Mom made a sandwich spread with spam!  I must say, it was very good!  She would put it in a food processor, add sweet pickles, hard boiled eggs, parsley and then added mayo.  It was yummy!!

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posted at 1/10/2011 9:28 AM EST
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My mom made a sandwich spread by grinding bologna and sweet pickles.  She then mixed in some sweet pickle juice and some Miracle Whip.  You could also add a small amount of yellow mustard if desired.  I make once and a while today.  We really liked it.  It keeps for about a week in the fridge.

Re: SANDWICH SPREAD

posted at 1/10/2011 11:11 AM EST
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This brings back some memories.
My Mom made a sandwich spread with cream cheese and a jar of pimento stuffed green olives.  She chopped the olives and some pecans or walnuts and mixed them in softened cream cheese, added a bit of the juice from the olives if it needed to be "loosened" up a bit.  (Did I mention I hate green olives? Think this might be why?)
She did have a "thing" for cream cheese. She did make a sandwich I loved, a roast beef sandwich with a horse radish, cream cheese spread.

Re: SANDWICH SPREAD

posted at 1/10/2011 2:52 PM EST
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Mom used to grind up a big chunk of "baloney" with home-made sweet pickles, boiled egg and MIRACLE WHIP. 
After that stuff it's a miracle I still like Miracle Whip.

Re: SANDWICH SPREAD

posted at 1/10/2011 3:07 PM EST
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In Response to SANDWICH SPREAD:
Hi Everyone. It's been quite a long time since my last visit here and an surprised of the format change. it will take some getting used to.  Do any of you great VBBers out there have a recipe for Sandwich Spread like the type sold in stoores? An 18oz bottle here is $3.29 It must be cheaper to make it from scratch.
Posted by msgracie m


Msgracie,

So good to see you back again.

Bakery and/or Bakery1

Re: SANDWICH SPREAD

posted at 1/10/2011 4:14 PM EST
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First: 7/11/2010
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ms Gracie are you talking about a sandwich sauce kind of like a bigmac sauce? There is a restaurant here that has been in business for over 50 years. They have a "sumburger" and everyone here wants the recipe for the sauce, which is:1/2 cup miracle whip,1 TBSP relish,2TBSPsugar,2 TBSP minced onion, 1tsp. ketchup. It is really good on sandwiches.

Re: SANDWICH SPREAD

posted at 1/10/2011 4:29 PM EST
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Hi msgracie m,I'm working on something I'll let you know later tonight if is't any good.Gotta go for now dinner is almost ready.

Re: SANDWICH SPREAD

posted at 1/10/2011 6:50 PM EST
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Hi msgracie m, I came up with a similar recipe as Debra M. I used Hellmans mayo,ketchup,sweet pickle relish,onion powder,celery seed and a few drops of worcestershire sauce.The taste is a lot like a sandwich spread that we have used in the past.I didn't measure just put in as I went along,I like it and I'm going to use it on Rubins when I make those,it's kind of like Thousand island dressing,that is the only thing I use Thousand island on so this will be much more ecomomic for my family,I hope this helps.

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posted at 2/7/2011 12:40 PM EST
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Even worse than the price, I think the stores have changed the formulas (new & improved,etc).  My Dad always used sandwich spread and now he does not like the taste of it. Frown

Re: SANDWICH SPREAD

posted at 2/26/2011 11:11 PM EST
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I never use sandwich spread.  Use either mayo or mustard.  That's about it.  Oh, catsup on a burger.  Can't help with a recipe.  Sorry.

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