The Mid-Century Menu
Retro Recipes Tested Here!
Is this a fake mayonnaise like Miracle Whip? Or more like fluffer-nutter.
Like Miracle Whip, I think. At least, that is what the recipes in the pamphlet seem to indicate!
I am somewhat bothered that “moisture” is listed as an ingredient.
Gee, thanks, flurrious. Now I’m bothered too!
It would make a truthful advertising slogan. “Jelke’s Good Luck Whipped Dressing: it’s filled with moisture!”
Turns out that Jelke also made Good Luck Margarine. It’s an appealing mixture of cream, beef fat and pork fat! Here’s a link to their cookbook -
Miracle Whip. Blech! My father loved it, and it was all my mother used, including in recipes calling for mayonnaise. It wasn’t until I was in college that I started to experience actual mayonnaise, something akin to enlightenment. Some years after that I first tasted real, homemade mayonnaise, and that was an epiphany. Then years later I was in England, and there were packets of something called “salad cream” on the table of a restaurant. I thought I’d give it a go on my salad, and, behold, it was Miracle Whip (or at least the UK version). Blech.
I’m with you on the Miracle Whip, Dan. YUK x a zillion. I’d go without before eating anything made with Miracle Mess.
It is a recipe similiar as todays miracle whip… rumor has it the recipe was stolen
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