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Old 11-12-2007, 06:04 PM   #11
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Sounds freaky, but the olive sprad you describe is wonderful on date-nut bread. My mom used to get the kind that was in a can. Dunno why, but I seem to remember it being called "Boston brown bread"

Sounds weird, but you get a great salty/sweet thing going on.
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Old 11-12-2007, 06:40 PM   #12
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Not weird at all, Cherry. Cream cheese is a popular spread on date-nut bread.

Brown bread is not date-nut bread, but it is delicious and is great with a cream cheese spread.

B&M makes two kinds in a can - with and without raisins. Excellent when sliced and toasted! Welcome to B&G Foods, Inc.

I love the idea of the cream cheese, olive, green onion thing, thinned with olive brine. The recipe name for that on the internet is "Dirty Martini Dip". Yum! I would go with party pumpernickle loaf for that.

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