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Old 07-30-2008, 11:56 AM   #11
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How many DC members does it take to come up with a meat spread recipe?

OK, in "recalling" I do believe it was mayo or miracle whip more than likely (versus the cream cheese) since that what we actually called mayonnaise way back then and this was something spread on crackers.

ok, I JUST remembered how she did it - way back when Philadelphia cream cheese "flavors" came in these cute little glasses and she would get the one flavored with pineapple and mix it with a little can of Deviled Ham - duh....how quickly we forget So...it was cream cheese!
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It still comes in flavors, doesn't it? That would make a quick tasty snack when we have company drop in.
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It still comes in flavors, doesn't it? That would make a quick tasty snack when we have company drop in.
It does, just not in those cute little glasses
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Old 07-31-2008, 07:03 AM   #14
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I like to use leftover roast beef, onion, mustard (a little) and mayo to make a spread for sandwiches.
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