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lumberjim 06-10-2018 06:59 PM

Sandwich cream?

You mean Miracle Whip?

Gravdigr 06-11-2018 12:00 PM

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I thought the exact same thing, kinda.

I think it's different though.

I was thinking about this stuff:

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xoxoxoBruce 06-11-2018 12:12 PM

Kraft Sandwich Spread...
Quote:

water, vinegar, sugar, soybean oil, chopped pickles, modified food starch, contains less than 2% of salt, eggs, natural flavor, mustard flour, red bell peppers, xanthan gum, potassium sorbate and calcium disodium edta (as preservatives), spice, paprika, garlic, onions, turmeric, oleoresin paprika.
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Heinz Sandwich Spread is a blend of salad cream and relish popular in the Netherlands and Britain. It is classified by the manufacturer as a sauce or relish. The relish ingredients are carrots, celery, gherkins, red peppers and mustard in a finely diced spreadable form. In this respect it is similar to spreadable piccalilli, but milder in flavour. The salad cream base results in a more tart flavour than similar mayonnaise-based sandwich spreads found in the United States.

Carruthers 06-11-2018 12:37 PM

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I suppose a more accurate description would be salad dressing.
Since the nation's trendsetters are now using it as a sandwich filling, the marketing bods at Heinz wish to call it 'Sandwich Cream'.
Vinegar sandwich, vicar?

monster 06-11-2018 07:40 PM

They are so missing the boat ....... package the same product twice, once as Sandwich Cream and once as Traditional Salad cream. Increased audience, increased £££

Griff 06-12-2018 07:44 AM

Yep. They'll probably lose some salad cream customers...

Carruthers 06-12-2018 02:45 PM

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Originally Posted by monster (Post 1010005)
They are so missing the boat ....... package the same product twice, once as Sandwich Cream and once as Traditional Salad cream. Increased audience, increased £££

My Dad's uncle worked in a putty factory in Beverley, Yorkshire.
He said that the only difference between oak putty and elm putty was seven shillings and sixpence a barrel. :)

Carruthers 06-14-2018 09:51 AM

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Another day another irritation.

When attempting to access aspendailynews.com I get this:

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Similarly, clicking on the wnep.com link in Griff's post prompts this response:

'Sorry, this content is not available in your region'.

I thought that I'd have a go via startpage.com where a proxy can be used. No luck there either.
Once again I shall have to invoke the 'embuggerance' word.

fargon 06-14-2018 10:13 PM

Try right clicking on the link and going to "Incognito Window".

Carruthers 06-15-2018 04:05 AM

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Originally Posted by fargon (Post 1010177)
Try right clicking on the link and going to "Incognito Window".

Unfortunately that doesn't work. I'd concluded that IP addresses might have been the stumbling block here.
A search has come up with an article from the (UK) Evening Standard...

Quote:

“We do identify EU internet protocol (IP) addresses for the purpose of determining whether to direct you to USA TODAY NETWORK’s EU Experience.”
Evening Standard.

fargon 06-15-2018 11:02 AM

Sorry about that, I'm just waiting for that to happen here.

xoxoxoBruce 06-23-2018 05:50 PM

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Ever meet a woman that everyone likes, is always smiling, never a bad word about anyone, and brightens the day of everyone she encounters?
I have. I went to her funeral today. :sniff:

glatt 06-23-2018 06:20 PM

That sucks. Sorry Bruce.

BigV 06-23-2018 06:46 PM

The poem is pretty...

I'm sorry you're missing your friend, xoB.

(I hope I don't presume too much. The poem seems bright and hopeful. Surely she will be missed.)

Clodfobble 06-23-2018 07:03 PM

Sorry, Bruce. :(


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