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    Posted: 13 Aug 2017 at 10:46pm
Apparently  Miracle Whip has gone back to its original recipe from the 1930's.   I was woo'd by the cute print ads.   Now I know....it's NOT Hellmans !!  But Miracle Whip sometimes had its place--even for nostalgic purposes.  This better recipe with good ingredients tastes really good.   A blend of mayo and the old fashioned "cooked" tangy dressings of old that you'd make in your double boiler.   For when you want a bit of sweetness and tang on a sandwich, etc.  Miracle Whip is good stuff.   Give it a chance !  Wink  

The ads are adorable:  http://www.sharpeonline.com/newsandsuch/miracle-whip 

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I think I've only had MW a couple of times in my life. I do remember it tasted a bit tangier than mayo.

I do have a little Miracle Whip promotional pen knife identical to this one...



...that I found somewhere many years ago.


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That's an interesting little artifact, Jimbo !  Hang onto it.  Might be worth something some day.   I just thought that this Miracle Whip reminds me a little of the English Heinz Salad Cream.  Just thicker.  When you read reviews people ALWAYS compare MW to Hellmans and that, as my English Nana would say, is like "comparing chalk and cheese".   


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Oh yeah, I've had it since back in the 80's. Can't remember where I found it.

I just went and dug it out of the desk drawer where it lives.

This is the actual knife in my hand...



Neat, huh?
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Manicure set.   File on left, and dirt-digger-outter on the right.   

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This Kraft Miracle Whip Original Dressing has half the fat of mayonnaise and no high-fructose corn syrup or artificial flavors. It is ideal for dressings, dips and sauces. This light miracle whip has a delicious taste and is nutritious as well. Kraft Miracle Whip Original Dressing:
Miracle Whip dressing has half the fat of mayonnaise
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No high-fructose corn syrup or artificial flavors
Warnings:
Warning Text: CONTAINS: EGG.
Ingredients:
Ingredients: Soybean Oil, Water,Vinegar,Sugar, Modified Cornstarch, Egg Yolks, Salt, Natural Flavor, Mustard Flour, Spice,Paprika, Dried Garlic.
1 Tablespoon is 45 calories.

Kraft regular mayonnaise has 90 calories in 1 Tablespoon.
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Originally posted by Virginia Dare Virginia Dare wrote:

Manicure set.   File on left, and dirt-digger-outter on the right.


That's mostly what it's been used for...

I think I've used it for the occasional hobby application.
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:



I think I've used it for the occasional hobby application.
 

Now why do I hear DEVO singing "Whip it...Miracle Whip it good !"   Great ad campaign...they should hire me for their PR.  Shake up those conservatives !   

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ol'Mule? Nice artifact. Looks like it has spent some long days scraping up MW that has been hardening on the kitchen floor for something like the last 35 years...
 
We always had MW. That is one thing my mother always had on hand. I think I recall one of the first things I bought for my first fridge was a jar of Hellmann's mayo because I had always wondered what mayo tasted like.
I always seem to be able to find real deals on MW and I keep plenty around for my 'MW-garlic-tuna surprise'...but an 'original recipe' version of MW? I'll have to go see if I can find some.
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Originally posted by Virginia Dare Virginia Dare wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

I think I've used it for the occasional hobby application.


Now why do I hear DEVO singing "Whip it...Miracle Whip it good !"   Great ad campaign...they should hire me for their PR.  Shake up those conservatives !



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^ LOL

I worked with a trim carpenter that was also a pretty good friend. Anytime he told me to 'rip' a piece of wood, I would quip back "Rip it good"!  Always good for a laugh. His partner built guitars, I saw some of his inlay work. A very talented craftsman.
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A guy I used to be friends with, lives in Colorado now, got into guitar building. He and another guy started their own company. Don't know how well it's doing.
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The wife likes MW, she just put it on the shopping list. I like Hellmans.
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

A guy I used to be friends with, lives in Colorado now, got into guitar building. He and another guy started their own company. Don't know how well it's doing.
 
I went to the Martin Guitar Factory last week.  Maybe I already mentioned it.  Cool place.  Lotsa good smells.
 
 
 
 
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

ol'Mule? Nice artifact. Looks like it has spent some long days scraping up MW that has been hardening on the kitchen floor for something like the last 35 years...
 
We always had MW. That is one thing my mother always had on hand. I think I recall one of the first things I bought for my first fridge was a jar of Hellmann's mayo because I had always wondered what mayo tasted like.
I always seem to be able to find real deals on MW and I keep plenty around for my 'MW-garlic-tuna surprise'...but an 'original recipe' version of MW? I'll have to go see if I can find some.
Thanks!  
My housewife Mom was always in charge of 'food services'. Miracle Whip was the only option. My first taste of mayonnaise was my second year of junior high school (8th grade) when we were sharing the new high school. The cafeteria offered several ala-cart options which included a PBJ sandwich. Peanut butter and grape jelly on 1 slice of bread with mayonnaise on the other. On the very rare occasions I make a PBJ. That is how I do it. I will give the original MW a try.    
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

A guy I used to be friends with, lives in Colorado now, got into guitar building. He and another guy started their own company. Don't know how well it's doing.
 
I went to the Martin Guitar Factory last week.  Maybe I already mentioned it.  Cool place.  Lotsa good smells.
 
 
 
 
WinkNot around Rockaway, you didn't!LOL 'Nice smells'? Sure it wasn't salamis next to the Eko Martino guitars?
 
Kidding.
 
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