Wednesday, May 25, 2011

The Miracle Whip Blogger Challenge...You Decide!

MIRACLE WHIP OR MAYONAISE????  WHICH IS YOUR CHOICE TO SPREAD ON THAT SANDWICH??? AND TOSS THAT POTATO SALAD WITH???  AND DIP INTO WITH THAT ARTICHOKE LEAF???

                                               Miracle Whip Commercial Review: I Love It!


Leave a comment below and give us your vote!  I'm thinking that I have to throw my vote to the MAYO side...there you go...now you choose.  Oh, and you have to have a reason too.  Mine is simple...who wants a sour tasting sandwich???? Hmmmm....I like the taste of my pastrami, salami, swiss cheese on sourdough or rye with a smooooth taste.  And Hellmann's (Best Foods) get my vote.  And to liven it up just a bit, a little deli mustard and don't forget that kosher dill on the side!...There you go.


OR     ????

And we are adding this option...NEITHER! (Looks like this option is getting more popular)

The tally will end on Sat. May 28th!  (Well, you know...we have to make room for "Tippets" on Sunday!

32 comments:

  1. neither. I take my tuna sandwich dry. The only miracle whip I like is mixed with mustard :)

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  2. Miracle Whip is a brighter, improved mayonnaise. Mayonnaise is just an egg-y, emulsified, oil sauce. The characteristic flavor of mayonnaise comes from lemon juice and cayenne pepper. Add more lemon juice and you get a brighter, lighter flavor and mouth feel or Miracle Whip. If you have sophisticated taste buds, you can sense the gammy, omelet like profile of commercial mayonnaise as well as the heaviness of the oils.

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  3. Mayo and spicy brown mustard on my pastrami and Swiss on rye, please!

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  4. pends on if I make the sandwitch or someone else..
    No it doesnt, It doesnt matter a bit to me, I seriously dont look for the differences, both just weird white stuff to make my sandwitch taiste funny after it gets too warm.
    When I say mustard..... you say________..
    "MUSTARD"

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  5. It's Hellmann's or nothing.

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  6. I like Hellmann's. Mix in some Papa Scott's Camp Dog Cajun Seasoning, now that's a sandwich spread!

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  7. Neither, they're both just "fat in a jar"

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  8. I have no idea what is in miracle whip! Mayonaise is oil, vinegar, and egg whites.

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  9. Thanks Clif for making me throw up a little in my mouth. I vote either, but probably use Miracle Whip a little bit more often.

    And I just have to say WHAT'S WRONG with YOU People? Pastrami, salami on rye and swiss cheese with Mayo? Please brown mustard or nothing.

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  10. Same here, I love em but too much fat!

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  11. Cofisher ~ I did mention the brown mustard...totally agree there! I'm just feelin' sorry for D. Nash and Clif with those dry sandwiches!!

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  12. yuck, and yuck! If I have a sandwich it is either with peanut butter and jelly or say I go to subway I just get with no sauces.

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  13. I'll have to go with neither myself. Mustard in moderation, yellow or brown. Claussen kosher dill on the side.

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  14. no need to feel sorry, rd. I am completely happy without any mayo or whip. now, spicy brown mustard or hot sauce are totally different. my sandwich will always have room for that.

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  15. Hellmann's over Miracle Whip...Mustard over both...and if someone is making me a sandwich with any or all of the above...bring it on!

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  16. What does this have to do with fly fishing? I use fat free miacle whip myself if the sandwich calls for it. It's great with turkey or chiken, but ham is definately mustard no mayo or whip. The only connection I see to fly fishing is lunch on the river, and to me that's bourbon and a cigar.

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  17. CBFF ~ Yes, there is a reason behind my madness. I am going fishing a couple days this long weekend. I like Mayo and my buddies like Miracle Whip...which makes me get out both jars! And it started me wondering...why do people like that stuff???

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  18. ` I think it is a valid post lol.. I even made a poem for advanced lit in my senior year of college named " Vial substance called miracle whip" :)

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  19. Dustin ~ hahaha. It seems that I have a more serious problem today besides the MW dilemma...All my followers disappeared from my side bar...what's up with that? You didn't all leave me did you??? Can anyone see them over there?

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  20. I see them so everything seems good on my end

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  21. Mustard. Also, James Carvelle whatever his name is - just about made me puke. Can't stand the guy. uuugh.

    mustard, though. Mayo ( or miracle dip) is just plain out nasty. kinda like some people think about pork rinds. ;) LOL

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  22. Got to go with the Mayo , reason is simple the real thing always taste better than an artificial trying to taste like the real thing. This hold true here you are exactly right the Miracale Whip taste sour.

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  23. Dustin ~ Do I still have 128?? Lol. Hmmm...It's awfully black over there. I hate to keep you guys in the dark! : )

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  24. when I view this post they are not there but when I view your home page they are. Yes 128

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  25. Mine isn't working either, and I can't see yours...just a big black hole.

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  26. Cofisher ~ I knew that we would find outer darkness by spending too much time blogging...

    Dustin ~ It looks like maybe a temporary blogger mishap that will be corrected in...ugh, 3 days? Hey, Mel!!! Where are you and how is that new URL going??? Ha.

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  27. Deep Blu ~ I couldn't agree more...Am I the only one dipping my artichokes in Mayo and lemon? Ha...maybe it's a California thing. I bet FR eats artichokes...he eats wild mushrooms!

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  28. RD, I am here. Sounds like I am a little late getting to the Sandwhich line. I like Mayo over Miracle whip, but, when I am fishing I tend to go with Dustin's style. Peanut Butter & Jelly. Sticks to your ribs longer!

    As far as the URL. Been working great. No problems so far. At the moment, very happy I moved over from Blogger.

    By the way, I will be posting a picture on a post sometime tomorrow that you will definitely want to look at. There is your tease!

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  29. Mayo if it's a white meat, spicy brown mustard if it's red meat. yeah, I'm weird like that.

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  30. I'll just say it again..hellmanns...and you're absolutely right on the artichoke and mayo thing...one of the best treats ever :-)

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  31. Another "Neither" vote. I like my sammiches dry, I can't eat potato or egg salad, or macaroni salad. It's all nasty any way you cut it. I like a sammich or salad to stand on it's own merit, without need for sauces of any sort (except say, a BBQ pulled pork or chicken sammich)

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  32. The Results are in...Dry Sammie 5, Doesn't Matter 2, Miracle Whip 2, and Mayo 8 (The Winner!) Thanks everyone for participating!

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