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Old Sep 3, 2012, 8:15 PM   #11
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Miracle Whip must be a southern thing. I guess it requires a Dr. Pepper chaser.
Nope, not southern. A product of Kraft Foods, came out of Chicago in the 1930s, and popular not only all of the USA but also Canada. And definitely beats mayonnaise hands down.
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Old Sep 4, 2012, 6:43 AM   #12
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And definitely beats mayonnaise hands down.
Better not let Linda hear you say that - them's fightin' words. You be diss'n a company that brought us the Words To Live By:

"Keep cool, but do not freeze"

(From the Hellmann's mayonnaise jar - see the letter K entry here.)
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That is a huge tomato Eric, what kind of hormones did you give it ?
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Old Sep 5, 2012, 6:17 AM   #14
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Better not let Linda hear you say that - them's fightin' words. You be diss'n a company that brought us the Words To Live By:

"Keep cool, but do not freeze"

(From the Hellmann's mayonnaise jar - see the letter K entry here.)
Bump, to be sure Steven is aware of this advice.
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Bump, to be sure Steven is aware of this advice.
LOL. Actually the Hellmanns jar says "Refrigerate after opening. Do not freeze." I think that the keep cool but do not freeze line actually started out as fathers advice to teenage daughters when they were old enough to date.
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LOL. Actually the Hellmanns jar says "Refrigerate after opening. Do not freeze." I think that the keep cool but do not freeze line actually started out as fathers advice to teenage daughters when they were old enough to date.
No, it really did say Keep cool, for years. They changed to the word refrigerate later on, but I remember the old phrase when I was growing up. Even as a high school kid I knew it was good general advice. (Not that I necessarily followed it...)

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No, it really did say Keep cool, for years. They changed to the word refrigerate later on, but I remember the old phrase when I was growing up. Even as a high school kid I knew it was good general advice. (Not that I necessarily followed it...)

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Wow... that's a big tomato, with basil, mozzarella cheesse and olive oil is heaven..!!!

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