ever use this condiment on burgers?

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2007/01/17 10:58:40 (permalink)

ever use this condiment on burgers?

Hellmann's Sandwich Spread?

I used to slather it on my hamburgers and turkey burgers, but havent seen it on the shelves for years.

Gettin a serious craving for it!
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    corabeth
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    RE: ever use this condiment on burgers? 2007/01/17 11:07:10 (permalink)
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    Joisey
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    RE: ever use this condiment on burgers? 2007/01/17 12:02:50 (permalink)
    Nope--no condiments for me. Only thing on my burgers are a healthy amount of cheese
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    RE: ever use this condiment on burgers? 2007/01/17 12:24:08 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by corabeth

    Hellmann's Sandwich Spread?

    I used to slather it on my hamburgers and turkey burgers, but havent seen it on the shelves for years.

    Gettin a serious craving for it!


    I'm pretty sure we have it around here. I'm at the store almost daily so I'll check. Could you maybe mix salad dressing(Miracle Whip), relish, a little ketchup and almost have it? I've never eaten it but checked it out a little, still in the jar.
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    RE: ever use this condiment on burgers? 2007/01/17 12:43:33 (permalink)
    It's very similar to Thousand Island dressing, or Big Mac sauce.
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    RE: ever use this condiment on burgers? 2007/01/17 15:42:40 (permalink)
    My mom used to eat that on all her sandwiches and burgers. I haven't seen it for years.
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    RE: ever use this condiment on burgers? 2007/01/17 16:23:59 (permalink)
    Check out the Best Foods website, Hellman's (now called Best Foods) Sandwich Spread is featured right there on the "our products" page. Must be available SOMEwhere!
    From their website:

    Best Foods® Sandwich Spread
    16 oz

    Best Foods® Sandwich Spread is a delicious blend of creamy mayonnaise and tangy relish that will add pizzazz and zest to your meal. Click on the product image to display nutritional information.
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    RE: ever use this condiment on burgers? 2007/01/17 16:24:39 (permalink)
    Nope.
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    RE: ever use this condiment on burgers? 2007/01/17 18:40:50 (permalink)
    I remember using it (and enjoying it) but haven't in many years. The whole extended family boycotted hellmans because of health reasons (cholestrol) and switched to miricle whip back when I was young so that I actually prefer it to store bought mayo (homemade is a different critter at least to me) But I would still grab an occiasional jar of sandwich spread once I was on my own. I don't know if it's available here because I haven't looked, but I'm willing to bet superwally has it..
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    RE: ever use this condiment on burgers? 2007/01/22 06:43:38 (permalink)
    Yeah, a few years ago I ordered a hamburger "plain and dry" at a hotel restraunt, in Meridian, MS, and it came with mayo on it. I ate it anyway and then told the waitress I'd never heard of that before. She looked at me like I was the stupidest person she'd ever met.

    After that, I asked some other people about it, and the ones who'd heard of mayo on burgers were all from the Deep South and Indiana and Ohio for some reason.
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    RE: ever use this condiment on burgers? 2007/01/22 10:11:28 (permalink)
    No, read the label and you won't either.
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    RE: ever use this condiment on burgers? 2007/01/22 15:46:01 (permalink)
    I see it in the stores around here.
    If you cant find it, let me know and I will send you a jar.
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    RE: ever use this condiment on burgers? 2007/01/22 17:22:11 (permalink)
    I am not sure that Hellmans sandwich spread is available in Knoxville but many other brands are. I like it along with mayo and miracle whip. I use each on different occasions.

    Paul E. Smith
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    RE: ever use this condiment on burgers? 2007/01/22 17:38:47 (permalink)
    I tried it a long time ago.Not that it was bad,I just dont think it added anything..We get such good ground chuck at our local butcher that its too good to cover up the taste with something unneccessarily on the heavy side.Just my opinion.
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    RE: ever use this condiment on burgers? 2007/01/22 18:12:37 (permalink)
    Dearfolk,
    I'd really like to try Mrs. Clark's Salad Dressing on a hamburger just once. It is, by the way, considered the single ESSENTIAL ingredient for making the proper Iowa Pea Salad (unless you ignore English peas, of course, and render the dish pointless!).
    My favorite use for mayonnaise is with canned-in-water tuna; a daub of it well distributed makes it almost illusionarily as rich as the oil version.
    Why do all the really tasty things out there make a person who eats them put on weight? Thank God I love salad with a drizzle of olive oil and a hint of good vinegar....
    No Shrinking, Violet, Ort. Carlton in Seemingly-Ever-Expanding Athens, Georgia.
    P. S. I can't recall seeing Hellmann's Salad Dressing, but -- then again -- I haven't been looking for it, either. Shall I check for y'all?
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    RE: ever use this condiment on burgers? 2007/01/31 14:11:33 (permalink)
    Corabeth, if you want, I can get you a jar of Duke's sandwich spread. There is also another brand, Kraft, I think in the store also.
    But I have heard that Duke's mayo is good. (some people say it is the Best mayo)
    I have not tried it, as I am a "GASP", Miracle Whip kinda person.
    But if anyone else wants to try the Duke's sandwich spead, just send me an email thru roadfood. They do make the smaller jar, so you dont have to get a big one.
    I think it is 2 bucks.
    Corabeth, I tried to email you, but you dont have any contact info listed.
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    RE: ever use this condiment on burgers? 2007/01/31 17:11:20 (permalink)
    Hellmans is not available in our area but JFG is.JFG Is a regional company, I believe they are located in Knoxville
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    RE: ever use this condiment on burgers? 2007/01/31 17:23:04 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by porkchopexpress

    Hellmans is not available in our area but JFG is.JFG Is a regional company, I believe they are located in Knoxville


    They are located in Knoxville and I have used their product for at least 50 years. Very good.

    Paul E. Smith
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    RE: ever use this condiment on burgers? 2007/01/31 17:34:01 (permalink)
    I use JFG & Durkee branded products on a regular basis. They are excellent. Funny thing; they are always cheaper in my area because they are not recognized regionally. That is fine with me.
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    RE: ever use this condiment on burgers? 2007/02/02 19:17:30 (permalink)
    I think that you can make a pretty credible imitation of this spread simply by draining some pickle relish and adding it to your favorite mayonnaise. Who knows? It might actually be better than what is in that little Hellman's jar, and it would certainly be more reasonable in price. I would suggest experimenting with different relishes (well-drained) until you find a relish/mayo ratio that suits you.
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    RE: ever use this condiment on burgers? 2007/02/05 18:31:05 (permalink)
    I've enjoyed JFG sandwich spread since I was a youngster in Morristown, Tennessee.

    Buckshot
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