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Old 07-28-2008, 10:55 AM   #1
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Meat spread

I often make meat spread with ham or balogna, plus hard-boiled eggs, Miracle Whip, sweet relish, mustard and maybe some cheese.

But I had a big chunk of leftover boneless pork loin roast left over in the fridge, and I remembered that my mom used to make meat spread with pork or beef roast too, so DH got out the the grinder and we whipped some up. I'd forgotten how good it was!
So the next time you have some leftover roast, give it a try!

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Old 07-28-2008, 11:58 PM   #3
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Do you have a food processor? You can use that to grind your meat.
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Old 07-29-2008, 12:22 AM   #4
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Mom always did that! I do it too, in my food processor. I use the end of a roast beef, and add a bit of ketchup, mayo & some seasoning if it needs it. I love it! Thanks for the reminder, Constance
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jkath..I think a little horseradish would be good in the roast beef or even BBQ sauce.
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Do you have a food processor? You can use that to grind your meat.
I've got a juicer I don't use anymore. Will that work?
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I've got a juicer I don't use anymore. Will that work?
Sure, just pour it into a bread bowl!
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jkath..I think a little horseradish would be good in the roast beef or even BBQ sauce.
Are you a mind reader, Dove? My boys ALWAYS want BBQ sauce!
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My mom used to make a meat spread out of left-over ham and some crushed pineapple - I think there was cream cheese in it too, along with those things you mentioned Connie. Maybe it was MW instead of cream cheese but I'm pretty sure it was cream cheese.
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That's a good idea about putting the horseradish in with the roast beef, and the crushed pineapple with the ham sounds good too!

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