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Old 10-09-2012, 07:33 PM   #11
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Not sure what to tell you the mayo is to hold the other ingredients together, you might try miracle whip or even a little butter, what else escapes me right now. I'm sorry
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Oh no...miracle whip is yucky to me too. The butter might work. Hmmmm
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Old 10-09-2012, 07:33 PM   #12
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How about a little buttermilk, heavy cream, sweetened condensed milk, sour cream or cream cheese thinned with some milk.

Not exactly low calorie, but that has never been my strong suit!
Oh, the cream cheese might work. That sounds good. Thanks!
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Old 10-09-2012, 08:08 PM   #13
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Oh, the cream cheese might work. That sounds good. Thanks!
I agree to the cream cheese but milk is not going to get it to hold together. Yes I'd soften that cream cheese and give that a whirl.
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Old 10-09-2012, 09:28 PM   #14
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I agree to the cram cheese but milk is not going to get it to hold together. Yes I'd soften that cream cheese and give that a whirl.
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That's what I was thinking.
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I don't like mayo. Any ideas for what else might be good with this combo?
I'm not a mayo fan either, sometimes I mix soft cheese spread with sour cream or milk instead of mayo for dips etc.
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I'm not a mayo fan either, sometimes I mix soft cheese spread with sour cream or milk instead of mayo for dips etc.
Thanks Snip. That would work too!
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Having a party? Want some appies? This will work deprnding how you cut them. You will need 1 cup of cooked chicken diced.1/2 cup of chopped dates, 1/4 cup toasted walnuts or almonds, 1/4 crisp crumbled bacon, 1/2 cup mayo, salt and pepper and 12 slices of thin white bread. Combine everything except bread, mix well and then spread on the bread that you've buttered. Trim off the crusts and then cut into desired number of triangles. I'd cut into 6-8 triangles per slice for my gang. If you're having a luncheon cut into 2, 4 per slice for tea,
Enjoy these are so good with a cool drink like this one for Ginger tea.
you will need 4-1/4 inch thick slices of ginger root,1/4 cup of light brown sugar and 6 cups of boiling water, Bruise the ginger root with the flat side of a large knife. Place in a 6 cup tea pot along with the sugar and boiling water. No I didn't forget a thing, maybe tall glasses and Ice...No real tea involved.
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I don't like mayo. Any ideas for what else might be good with this combo?
Try some creme' fresche, or Neufachelle cheese. Plain yogurt, mixed with a little canned milk might work well with this combo as well. Marscapone cheese would probably substitute nicely.

But I'm thinking that the creme fresche, with a hint of lemon and onion would be great.

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