Used to, I could find it only in the international market, but now both Kroger and Meijer carry it, so it's easy to get nowadays.I don't think I have ever seen it in stores here.
Used to, I could find it only in the international market, but now both Kroger and Meijer carry it, so it's easy to get nowadays.
Some people will say, "Oh, that's the British version of Miracle Whip," but it tastes nothing like MW - it's its own thing. Not mayonnaise, not MW, just...salad cream.
According to the internet, it is manufactured in the UK.You would think it would be available here, since Heinz is a US company, based in Pittsburgh. But, I just assumed it was a product for the European market only. I can't imagine they would make it here, and ship it overseas.
That's what I'm after. What are some of those "foods from hell?" - unless revisiting them would require therapy.I would leave it right there on the shelf. Can't stand the stuff. Childhood memories of foods from hell.
I still bear the scars - a beetroot and salad cream sandwich, my two food hell's brought together between two slices of bread. By coincidence I was reminded of salad cream last week. We had a yen for a Caesar salad, but lacked the wherewithal to make one (being on holiday). My wife spotted a packet of Heinz Caesar dressing in a supermarket, and we thought, why not? Tart it up with some extra anchovies and garlic, seasoning etc., how bad could it get? Well, 'salad cream' is how bad it got. I'm sure Heinz must have a special division devoted to the creation of disgusting, taste bud assaulting, stomach churning concoctions of pure evil.would require therapy