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Old 03-10-2013, 08:28 PM   #111
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The Brand Dad bought was Kraft! Thanks, helped my memory.
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Old 03-11-2013, 01:22 AM   #113
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Snip, what is sandwich spread? Here, it could be just about anything that is spreadable.
Looks like you've been answered already. Sorry, missed your post.

It's a tangy thick mayo based spread with finely chopped bits of veggies in it. Things like carrots, onions, peppers and pickles etc.
We have more than one flavour in SA.



I make a homemade version with peppadews too :)
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Snip, I don't think the ones we can get here in the US have the extra veggies, just pickle and maybe pimento. But I noticed when I "googled" that the UK also has the veggie one.

Oh and PF and Dawg, the brand my grandma served, may well have been Kraft too......
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Snip, I don't think the ones we can get here in the US have the extra veggies, just pickle and maybe pimento. But I noticed when I "googled" that the UK also has the veggie one.

Oh and PF and Dawg, the brand my grandma served, may well have been Kraft too......
We have Kraft brand too
Sandwich spread is easy to make, this is one of my variations...

Homemade sandwich spread

1 cup of hellmans mayonnaise
1/4 cup of yellow mustard
1 large dill pickle (finely chopped)
1 small carrot (finely chopped)
1 shallot finely chopped
2 tbsps of finely chopped sweet pickled peppadews or sweet pickled peppers
Tabasco sauce to taste
Mix well and refridgerate till needed.
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Old 03-11-2013, 06:22 AM   #116
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that sounds good. sort of mayo and relish together.

i'll brt it would go well on one of my favourite sandwiches that some people condier a little weird: thinly sliced boiled ham, iceberg lettuce, mayo, and doritos on soft white bread.
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Old 03-11-2013, 07:14 AM   #117
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that sounds good. sort of mayo and relish together.

i'll brt it would go well on one of my favourite sandwiches that some people condier a little weird: thinly sliced boiled ham, iceberg lettuce, mayo, and doritos on soft white bread.

It would! I eat sandwich spread with lettuce, ham and and Lay's crisps on soft bread sandwiches often

The bread must be soft and the lettuce crisp!
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Old 03-11-2013, 07:42 AM   #118
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that sounds good. sort of mayo and relish together.

i'll brt it would go well on one of my favourite sandwiches that some people condier a little weird: thinly sliced boiled ham, iceberg lettuce, mayo, and doritos on soft white bread.
To me it is more like a glorified tartar sauce.
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Old 03-14-2013, 12:53 AM   #120
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Not a meal but weird nonetheless,

Orange or tangerine lightly sprinkled with sea salt.

Yum!
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