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Thread: Penzeys "Creamy Peppercorn"

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    PickyJaz Guest

    Default Penzeys "Creamy Peppercorn"

    Wow! This week I have replaced the favorite "white" salad dressing
    for three of us at work, usual faves being Blue Cheese or Ranch. I
    made a try-it batch exactly as suggested on the seasoning, using Best
    Foods/Hellman's Mayonaise and Knudsen Sour Cream, and no suggested
    liquid add:
    Creamy Peppercorn
    This robust, pepper and herb dressing will enhance the heartiest
    salad. Great spread on turkey or roast beef sandwiches, or used as a
    dip for fresh garden vegetables. Also nice for dressing potato or
    pasta salad. Mix 1 TB. seasoning with 2 TB. water, let stand 5
    minutes, then whisk with Cup sour cream and Cup mayonnaise. Thin
    with a few tablespoons of vinegar or water. Reduced fat mayo or sour
    cream can be used, and yogurt works well as a replacement for sour
    cream. Hand-mixed from: Tellicherry cracked black pepper, coarse salt,
    garlic, sugar, thyme, parsley.

    I called in another Penzeys yesterday, including a good supply of this
    new to me one. 'Twas suggested that I try using this blend for beef
    or pork roasts, including their pan-roast veggies. As I've never
    knowingly used Thyme for red meats or any vegetables, perhaps that
    single ingredient is what makes this mix a new and wonderful surprise
    to me!
    ....Picky

  2. #2
    Kalmia Guest

    Default Re: Penzeys "Creamy Peppercorn"

    On Jun 25, 8:07*pm, PickyJaz <Picky...@msn.com> wrote:
    > Wow! *This week I have replaced the favorite "white" salad dressing
    > for three of us at work, usual faves being Blue Cheese or Ranch. *I
    > made a try-it batch exactly as suggested on the seasoning, using Best
    > Foods/Hellman's Mayonaise and Knudsen Sour Cream, and no suggested
    > liquid add:
    > Creamy Peppercorn
    > This robust, pepper and herb dressing will enhance the heartiest
    > salad. Great spread on turkey or roast beef sandwiches, or used as a
    > dip for fresh garden vegetables. Also nice for dressing potato or
    > pasta salad. Mix 1 TB. seasoning with 2 TB. water, let stand 5
    > minutes, then whisk with Cup sour cream and Cup mayonnaise. Thin
    > with a few tablespoons of vinegar or water. Reduced fat mayo or sour
    > cream can be used, and yogurt works well as a replacement for sour
    > cream. Hand-mixed from: Tellicherry cracked black pepper, coarse salt,
    > garlic, sugar, thyme, parsley.
    >



    I bet you can come close to duplicating this yourself for a lot less $$
    $ than their mix.


  3. #3
    jmcquown Guest

    Default Re: Penzeys "Creamy Peppercorn"

    "Kalmia" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    On Jun 25, 8:07 pm, PickyJaz <Picky...@msn.com> wrote:
    > Wow! This week I have replaced the favorite "white" salad dressing
    > for three of us at work, usual faves being Blue Cheese or Ranch. I
    > made a try-it batch exactly as suggested on the seasoning, using Best
    > Foods/Hellman's Mayonaise and Knudsen Sour Cream, and no suggested
    > liquid add:
    > Creamy Peppercorn
    > This robust, pepper and herb dressing will enhance the heartiest
    > salad. Great spread on turkey or roast beef sandwiches, or used as a
    > dip for fresh garden vegetables. Also nice for dressing potato or
    > pasta salad. Mix 1 TB. seasoning with 2 TB. water, let stand 5
    > minutes, then whisk with Cup sour cream and Cup mayonnaise. Thin
    > with a few tablespoons of vinegar or water. Reduced fat mayo or sour
    > cream can be used, and yogurt works well as a replacement for sour
    > cream. Hand-mixed from: Tellicherry cracked black pepper, coarse salt,
    > garlic, sugar, thyme, parsley.
    >

    I bet you can come close to duplicating this yourself for a lot less $$
    $ than their mix.



    Question: Have you ever tasted anything from Penzey's?

    Jill


  4. #4
    Melba's Jammin' Guest

    Default Re: Penzeys "Creamy Peppercorn"

    In article
    <[email protected]>,
    Kalmia <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On Jun 25, 8:07*pm, PickyJaz <Picky...@msn.com> wrote:
    > > Wow! *This week I have replaced the favorite "white" salad dressing
    > > for three of us at work, usual faves being Blue Cheese or Ranch. *I
    > > made a try-it batch exactly as suggested on the seasoning, using Best
    > > Foods/Hellman's Mayonaise and Knudsen Sour Cream, and no suggested
    > > liquid add:
    > > Creamy Peppercorn

    (snips)
    > I bet you can come close to duplicating this yourself for a lot less $$
    > $ than their mix.


    Not if she has to buy the component ingredients and doesn't use up the
    supply in a reasonable amount of time. And if she guesses as to amounts
    she can use a lot of ingredients and still not hit on exactly the right
    combination that she's discovered she loves.

    Go, Miss Jeanine! I'll be going by Penzeys this afternoon and on your
    recommendation may fetch a small bottle to test.

    --
    -Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJ
    http://web.me.com/barbschaller - good news 4-6-2009
    "Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a great battle."
    -Philo of Alexandria

  5. #5
    Marcella Peek Guest

    Default Re: Penzeys "Creamy Peppercorn"

    In article
    <[email protected]>,
    PickyJaz <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Wow! This week I have replaced the favorite "white" salad dressing
    > for three of us at work, usual faves being Blue Cheese or Ranch. I
    > made a try-it batch exactly as suggested on the seasoning, using Best
    > Foods/Hellman's Mayonaise and Knudsen Sour Cream, and no suggested
    > liquid add:
    > Creamy Peppercorn
    > This robust, pepper and herb dressing will enhance the heartiest
    > salad. Great spread on turkey or roast beef sandwiches, or used as a
    > dip for fresh garden vegetables. Also nice for dressing potato or
    > pasta salad. Mix 1 TB. seasoning with 2 TB. water, let stand 5
    > minutes, then whisk with Cup sour cream and Cup mayonnaise. Thin
    > with a few tablespoons of vinegar or water. Reduced fat mayo or sour
    > cream can be used, and yogurt works well as a replacement for sour
    > cream. Hand-mixed from: Tellicherry cracked black pepper, coarse salt,
    > garlic, sugar, thyme, parsley.
    >
    > I called in another Penzeys yesterday, including a good supply of this
    > new to me one. 'Twas suggested that I try using this blend for beef
    > or pork roasts, including their pan-roast veggies. As I've never
    > knowingly used Thyme for red meats or any vegetables, perhaps that
    > single ingredient is what makes this mix a new and wonderful surprise
    > to me!
    > ...Picky


    It is delicious. That's our favorite dressing mix of theirs.

    marcella

  6. #6
    blake murphy Guest

    Default Re: Penzeys "Creamy Peppercorn"

    On Thu, 25 Jun 2009 17:07:56 -0700 (PDT), PickyJaz wrote:

    > Wow! This week I have replaced the favorite "white" salad dressing
    > for three of us at work, usual faves being Blue Cheese or Ranch.


    jeez, at first i read the subject line as 'creamy popcorn.'

    your pal,
    blake

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