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Old 11-20-2011, 04:36 PM   #201
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My DD just gave me one (she did this at dinner last night)

Mustard on tuna salad
I always put a bit of mustard in my tuna, egg, potato, chicken and mac salads (if they're made with mayo).
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Old 11-20-2011, 04:42 PM   #202
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I always put a bit of mustard in my tuna, egg, potato, chicken and mac salads (if they're made with mayo).
I put dry yellow Coleman's in those. DD put brown spicy Gulden's on her tuna.
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Old 11-20-2011, 04:56 PM   #203
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My DD just gave me one (she did this at dinner last night)

Mustard on tuna salad
I like mustard but ON tuna salad doesn't sound good, however I do put a small amount in the dressing. When I was in the fifth grade I had lunch at a friends house who had a German mother. I really liked the Tuna Salad. This is how she told me it was made. I still make it this way today.
Tuna
Chopped Celery
Lemon juice
Mustard
Miracle Whip

Sprinkle a little lemon juice on the tuna, break up with a fork. Add Celery. Miracle Whip to taste. Before mixing add a bit of mustard about the size of a dime. Mix well.
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Old 11-20-2011, 04:58 PM   #204
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No and no. Sorry, there is not a fruit/meat combo that works in my world. I know other folks love it, but it just is wrong for me. I keep tasting...but haven't found one that works. Last time I tried the melon/proscuitto thing all I kept thinking was, "What a waste of good proscuitto!" I peeled it off and ate each one separately.
Oh, I did forget my exception. I like Sweet and Sour Pork/Chicken.
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Old 11-20-2011, 05:16 PM   #205
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I like mustard but ON tuna salad doesn't sound good, however I do put a small amount in the dressing. When I was in the fifth grade I had lunch at a friends house who had a German mother. I really liked the Tuna Salad. This is how she told me it was made. I still make it this way today.
Tuna
Chopped Celery
Lemon juice
Mustard
Miracle Whip

Sprinkle a little lemon juice on the tuna, break up with a fork. Add Celery. Miracle Whip to taste. Before mixing add a bit of mustard about the size of a dime. Mix well.
Yeah she used an iceberg lettuce leaf to put tunna salad in it then topped with mustard, rolled it up then was dipping in more mustard. YUCK

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Oh, I did forget my exception. I like Sweet and Sour Pork/Chicken.
I make a pretty good Sweet and Sour Pork/Chicken

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Old 11-20-2011, 08:03 PM   #206
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How about a couple more.... but, they are combos I enjoy

I love to dip potato chips in ketchup

I also love to take big dill pickles and dip them into a ketchup/yellow mustard mixture
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Old 11-22-2011, 02:56 PM   #207
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How about a couple more.... but, they are combos I enjoy

I love to dip potato chips in ketchup

I also love to take big dill pickles and dip them into a ketchup/yellow mustard mixture

My husband does that. But of coarse he ruins most foods with ketchup..




I don't care for ketchup on hotdogs. I hate to even see somebody do that.
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Old 11-22-2011, 02:58 PM   #208
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Ketchup ON over easy eggs <<BRRRRRRRRRRRRR>>

I can't even look at runny yolks with ketchup
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Ketchup ON over easy eggs <<BRRRRRRRRRRRRR>>

I can't even look at runny yolks with ketchup
Well msmofet, that's the first time you and I have split views on food. When I eat over-medium eggs on toast, I love to pop the yolks and spread them all over the toast with ketchup on them.

Put about a half pouund of spicy sausage on the side and I'm in Pig Heaven!
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Old 11-22-2011, 05:25 PM   #210
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Ketchup ON over easy eggs <<BRRRRRRRRRRRRR>>

I can't even look at runny yolks with ketchup
The runny eggs and ketchup provide the perfect dipping vehicle for the toast (with butter and strawberry jam). And a big rasher of bacon.
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