We used to make a sandwich spread like this when I was a kid, every time we made a roast. It's better without ketchup!! We used the old meat grinders you attach to the counter, and tasted until it was right. Quartered onions, whole baby dills and just let it grind up with the meat. Then mixed the mayo, salt and pepper. A few times in later years we ventured out and added chopped peperoncinis. Different, but still no comparison to the original. We ate it on white bread, sometimes with a slice of cheese. Sometimes we spread mayo on the bread because it was easier to add that way and we used less mayo in the spread itself since some liked their sandwiches a bit drier, or healthier.
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We used to make a sandwich spread like this when I was a kid, every time we made a roast. It's...