Discussion in 'Dining and Food' started by DD, Dec 19, 2010.
Mayo or Miracle Whip?
It's a long standing argument in the DD house.
Mayo! Hellman's....the only kind.
Neither. I don't like the 'egginess' of mayo and will substitute ranch dressing if the sandwich seems to need a white sauce on it.
miracle whip on BLT (cut the T), real mayo (preferably herbed) on turkey, prefer real on ham but can tolerate miracle whip. Burgers are mustard only however!!
Either - but I like a spicy mustard with it...
I think I've asked this before, but y'all know how my memory is. Mr. DD has to have MW on both slices of bread. To me, MW is too sweet. This from one who has sampled numerous candy samples this weekend. :roll:
It is definitely sweeter. I grew up on miracle whip so don't think much about it. I like to use it when making tuna/egg salad and especially on my BLT sandwich.
MW... Mayo for special occasions.
Mayo all the way! Although our daughter used to love a Miracle Whip and bologna sandwich. (yuck!). I agree with DD, way too sweet. It's like smearing marshmallow fluff on your sandwich.
I agree, too sweet. Kraft Mayo or Dukes for me!
No argument in our house. We all hate the Whip!
Neither - I use butter!
Not a fan of slimy sandwiches!
Dukes or Hellmans.....full fat. No Miracle Whip here.
I use Kraft Light Mayo -- not my favorite, but I'd rather use my calories and fat grams elsewhere. Never liked Miracle Whip. I like Grey Poupon on ham sandwiches.
Hubby despises mayonnaise and ketchup. He likes mustard however.
The same argument goes on in our house. I like mayo and my wife is a Miracle Whip fan although she prefers my homemade mayo to either one.
Which on the 'Wich is dependent on What 'Wich it is!
Mayo and it MUST be Hellman's.
Mayo only. I have Miracle Whip nightmares after watching my dad make equal parts SPAM and Whip sandwiches.
It is funny that some of you Southerners like the Whip. I thought it was a northern thing- my mom grew up in Minneapolis and Erie, and we only had Miracle Whip growing up. Mayo was a delicacy I could only get at a neighbor's house!
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