I just had an amazing sandwich.
It seemed simple. turkey, Miracle whip, and tomato on a toasted bagel.
Perhaps it was perfect toasting, or perfect content ratios, or just the humidity and storage that was used during sandwich transportation; for whatever reason, that sandwich transcended delicious.
7 thoughts on “Decidedly Delicious.”
What the hell is “miracle whip”, anyway? It sounds gross.
NO! IT IS AMAZING!
Miracle Whip is like mayonnaise, but it has a tangy zip. It is one very heavenly egg emulsion.
Miracle Whip is WAY better than mayonnaise. I put it on almost all of my sandwiches.
BETTER than mayo? Blasphemy!
Couldn’t they call it something better though? “Miracle Whip” sounds like some sort of Jesus-themed dessert.
OK it does sound good though.
Wait, I take it back: “half the fat of mayonnaise”
Anything with “half the fat” never tastes as good as the full fat version. That’s why the fat is there! It tastes good!
I usually agree with the “half the fat” thing, but that’s when they purposely remove the fat to make it healthy. Miracle Whip is just naturally better for you. They have a low-fat version that I will never ever try.
Miracle Whip Is Gross. It tastes disgusting. And it is not mayonnaise. Mayo is heavenly and delicious.
I rest my case.
Mayonnaise has almost no taste. Might as well just use butter.