I grew up on miracle whip. I always assumed back in the day it was much cheaper. If I eat bologna, there is nothing better than MW.
But has anyone really used it as salad dressing?
Funny how everyone has different tastes. I guess that's why there are different brands.
My wife will only eat Kraft Mayo. No Miracle Whip. She only eats Peter Pan peanut butter. Luckily, both go on sale frequently.
I may come unhinged if Kroger stopped making their Honey peanut butter. This week the 16 oz is on sale for $1, regular price of $1.50. Rebates and coupons notwithstanding, I would pay $3 for this instead of paying $2 for Jif, Peter Pan, Skippy or the others..
For me personally, this is the best peanut butter ever made at any point in time since the beginning of time. To suggest it is the greatest thing since sliced bread is a massive insult, for it is more probably the greatest things since the wheel. They should rebrand it Peerless Peanut Butter.
Did you actually know that? If so, how or why? Seems sort of random.
Maybe Billy Carter may have planted some of the peanuts I am eating now. If I drank beer, I may wash a sammy down with a Billy beer.
There are 20 states with an Albany. 30 with Washington, not counting DC, and 29 with Jefferson
Springfield - 34.
Riverside is in 46 states (only HA, AK, LA, & OK do not have a Riverside)
Search at your leisure
@Janet1964 I grew up in a house divided. My mom would only eat Miracle Whip and my father would only touch real Mayo. My mother often made her own salad dressing and used to slip in miracle whip - it was like an inside joke because somehow he never figured it out. Lol