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Dee, followed one of your links to Cooks.com and was browsing the recipes, could you tell me what Dream Whipe and Miracle Whip are? Don't know what the alternative is in England. Going to try the froyo.Diana
Sorry, its not Lisa, using my daughter's computer!
And nary a drop left for me, eh? lol.Re: Diana (above). I can't wait to see how you explain the 'whips', Dee. To me - they're both disgusting! Yuk. lol But some people really do like Miracle Whip, though. I think they are all employed by the Miracle Whip factory.
Diana, what interesting questions those turned out to be! I just did a Google-gig to make sure I didn't lead you astray. (smile) Okay, Kraft Foods is the "culprit" for both items. Dream Whip and Cool Whip are both whipped cream substitutes, with Dream Whip being the powdered form to which you add milk and whip, whereas Cool Whip is already whipped. In the UK, Dream Topping seems to be Dream Whip's equivalent.As for Miracle Whip, in any given group of people, you can almost guarantee a food fight by bringing it up. (grin) In the UK, I think Heinz Salad Cream is the equivalent. Do you have more than one brand of salad cream? Miracle Whip is like mayo with a tang -- it's like it's got more vinegar and sweet pickle spices in it. Kate, sorry about not leaving any froyo for you. The melt factor, you know. (smile) But YOU can whip up a batch faster with your magic machine and chunks of frozen fruit. (sigh) I dream . . .
Hey I have some rock salt we bought to kill a tree stump. Of course the pigeons are digging through the dirt to eat the salt!
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