I have to admit to liking the canned stuff when I was little.

Used the large holes of a 4-sided box grater, and mixed the meat with mayo, sweet pickle relish, Dijon mustard, Worcestershire, malt vinegar, black pepper, Old Bay Seasoning, cayenne, and smoked paprika (then refrigerated overnight). I love this stuff too and especially on Rye bread or French Bread with extra Dijon Mustard on top. Sounds like fun! Oh my goodness! Table salt is also refined from sea salt. The only negative is that the sauce really overpowers any hint of meat smell. I can’t wait to try your recipe!
Oh man, I loved deviled ham but have hesitated to buy the canned stuff for my kids.

This is different from potted meat, an older noncommercial method of preserving meat. I just tried this recipe today & love it. Yeah, it’s really North AL. LIke so many others, I was a big fan of Deviled Ham in my childhood & also our family often had the homemade bologna version of this treat. I wonder too! Stacey, as I was growin’ up, my mama loved to make deviled ham sandwiches (served alongside potato chips) for lunch when it was just too hot to cook. She used to add a little mayo (Only Best Foods/Hellman’s of course), a little sweet pickle relish and a little salt and pepper, spread on fresh white bread with plain Lays potato chips and a tall glass of iced tea.

http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/showprofile.aspx?memid=12769 kland01s So if you're considering prepping for our impending doomsday -- and if TLC's current programming is any indication, you fucking better be -- you'll definitely need to know which canned meats (the brand is irrelevant to what's inside the can) are the least disgusting. It was sooooo good (I couldn’t stop eating it). This is one book that can safely be judged by its cover.Bunker-worthy? I couldn’t believe my taste buds. Glad you have fond memories of the stuff like I do. It could be anything, really. Luckily, I haven’t had to try to choke down potted meat since I was a kid. Thanks for such wonderful recipes! I was like "Wow! Hope u enjoy!!!! I'm thinking the generous liquid smoke injection really helps the illusion.Texture: Way too rubbery. [:D]. I hope you enjoy it, Edie! How cool are you, and brave for admitting that you once ate that horrid canned stuff with childish oblivious pleasure. It's salty but so subtle compared to the other sodium bombs.Texture: This feels like actual meat! I’m glad to see that someone else is fond of deviled ham. Luckily, I haven’t had to try to choke down potted meat since I was a kid. I also add some horseradish and a handful of grated cheese to mine..& lots of black pepper. Piece of cake right? .

LOL I just love meat from a can. Required fields are marked *. Sweet Gherkin

It's a nice break from all the mush but it feels not unlike chewing on an eraser.Bunker-worthy? At 8 yrs old I’m surprised they would even think about canapes! I know there is eggless mayonnaise out there but he is still apprehensive about that. This topic contains 30 replies, has 0 voices, and was last updated by  BackAlleyBurger 14 years, 4 months ago. Armour Potted Meat Food Product: Stacey Little's Southern Food & Recipe Blog. I am so going to eat the heck out of this!!! And when I say head to to toe, I mean baseball pants, belt, pajama shirt, helmet with face mask, and he was vigorously trying to put on his batting gloves. Thanks, it’s next on my “to-do” list! I love it though especially on some pulled pork. Less than 2 percent: Mustard, Natural Flavorings, Dried Garlic, Dextrose, Sodium Erythorbate, Sodium Nitrite. I, too have had yummy ham sandwiches, but..only made with bologna. Will it produce the same gag reflex too? Tasted just like I remembered! It sticks with you. I have 2 cans of the processed deviled ham in my kitchen cabinet.

. I made this using your recipe a few years ago, but never commented. The result was not far off from my memory. Absolutely! Thanks for the great memory. This was my favorite growing up too. Now he’s 85 and still eats that stuff – but only a few times a year on fishing trips. The canned meat stuff in the can with the white paper wrapper… kinda like potted meat. I remember so many lunches with deviled ham as a kid.
A muddled pinkish brown marbled with layers of gray fat and oil.Aroma: Freshly spit-up cat food with a touch of musty rotTaste: Pronounced oil and fat notes with very little actual meat taste. I have made ham salad for years.