Heinz sandwich spread appreciation thread

Good stuff:

Better in a sandwich with either ham or cheese than branston pickle is, imho.

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I have never tried this but I have to say it looks absolutely vile

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That’s part of the charm

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Might get some of this, I know exactly where to find it too, there’s an Asda in Wavertree that seems to specialise in tinned goods and jars of mush that were popular in the 70’s

I can recommend it!

It’s a bit like coleslaw with half a bag of sugar added

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Buy the lidl own brand one of this sometimes, it comes in a massive jar and lasts forever

I love sandwich spreads in all their varieties

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Remember the war

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I tend to just use Branston pickle and squire Kewpie mayonnaise on top of that.

bit of that and some crisps in a sandwich. lovely jumbly

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strong nostalgia for this - my mom used it in school sarnies all the time. I think i grew to really like it but bought a jar a year or so ago to check, and it was gross.

no idea what this is…but you put mayo on pickle!? You crazy, CRAZY man

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It’s just a really nice mayonnaise.

Yes, you have the pickle for the sharp flavour, the mayo to keep it from being too dry. They work very well together.

i feel horrified but i think i may try it one day for lunch this week. I hope you’re right Theo!

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Side point that I am a veggie so I cannot speak for it with meat, I just think it goes well with a cheese and tomato or cheese and salad sandwich.

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i eta meat but not frequently. Think i may go for two types of cheese. Adding salad seems like to much potential for sogginess.

I usually make fresh as I’m at home so I don’t tend to find there’s time for sogginess, but otherwise I agree that salad sandwiches or cheese and tomato ones can easily end up a bit soggy if you make them in the morning for lunch later.

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Good sandwiching this. Can’t really think of a sandwich I’d have that isn’t one slice mayo one slice pickle/mustard/hot sauce/whatever.

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Used to have this as a kid in my school packed lunch. Didn’t like it much then, will not be going back to try it again as an adult. Fuck you, mum.

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Ooooh. You have my attention. They’re only diddy little pots aren’t they? Might have to dip a toe. Or spoon, probably more hygienic

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the only way this could be worse is if it mentioned the word ‘chunks’

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