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Old 04-07-2008, 09:20 AM   #21
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Mayo, mustard, white vinegar, juice of sweet pickles, celery salt and paprika.
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Old 04-07-2008, 11:14 AM   #22
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Thanks everyone for the great responses.
Katie E- I like the crab meat suggestion, will have to try that sometime.
OSis- I used your bacon idea, didn't have any chives.
Maverick- We usually have the plain ones, but tonight I wanted something different.
GotGarlic-I forgot the pickles.
Babe- that is our usual also.
jpmcgrew- I like all of your suggestions except the cavier and tobasco, DW can't have spicy things.
kitchenelf- I agree with the usual stuff at gatherings, if I took anything different they would throw rocks at me. LOL
bigjimbray- I agree, just about everyone likes deviled eggs.
pdswife- I like the bacon, didn't have any green onions.
sattie- have to leave the spicy things out, I will add them later for me.
miniman-I like onions DW doesn't. RE
buckytom-I love franks, but...........have to fix things without a lot of spice.
Loprraine- I have never had
wasabi mayo, is that spicy?
Chef Mark- again the spicy thing for DW.
Robo410- I like the smoked salmon idea, that's something we could try in the future.
bethzaring- I like horseradish, DW doesn't.
RPMcMurphy- nice spread!
middie- Celery salt would have been nice, just didn't think of that.

This is what I ended up adding to mine last night. Mustard, mayo, bacon pieces, cheddar cheese and sour cream, then sprinkled paprika on top. They were a hit, but not a replacement for the plain ol' boring usual way.

Again thanks so much for input from all of you. JD
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Old 04-07-2008, 11:26 AM   #23
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Beachcomber, don't give up on the tabasco just yet a few drops wont make it spicy but will help bring out the flavor
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Old 04-07-2008, 11:31 AM   #24
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Beachcomber, don't give up on the tabasco just yet a few drops wont make it spicy but will help bring out the flavor
Personally I love Tabasco, but I respect DW's tastes when I prepare dishes and omit any kind of spicy ingredients.
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Old 04-24-2008, 10:20 AM   #25
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olives, mustard, vinegar, oil, salt and pepper
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mashed tuna flakes, oil, lemon juice, black pepper
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Old 04-30-2008, 08:41 PM   #26
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Pickle relish! I beat the daylights out of the yolk/mayo/mustard/ketchup and s&p mix with my Braun handmixer, then add pickle relish. Durkee's sauce is good, and I can see where the other stuff mentioned above would be fun too!
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Old 04-30-2008, 08:52 PM   #27
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Cedar board smoked salmon, fresh dill and a bit of grated cucumber. Watch the wetness factor with the dressing elements with this one.
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YUM YUM YUM!!!
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