Sandwich Loaf

Baking By Mish22 Updated 17 Sep 2005 , 12:28pm by IHATEFONDANT

Mish22 Posted 15 Sep 2005 , 3:13pm
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Does anyone know what a sandwich loaf is? I can remember getting one at a bakery in Minnesota & it is a long loaf of white sandwich bread torted into 3 layers and filled with sandwich spread (egg salad, tuna salad...). Anyway- my question is the cream cheese icing that is used to frost it. It cannot be sweet, and you would need a consistancy to be able to frost the loaf & decorate with flowers & writing. Does anyone know where I can find a recipe for that icing?

It may sound weird but if you like those sandwich fillings & cream cheese you will LOVE this thumbs_up.gif ! I think it may have been popular in the 50's or 60's when ladies would lunch together.....

Thanks so much!!!

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sue_dye Posted 15 Sep 2005 , 3:57pm
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Hi Mish22,

I have a picture of a Christmas sandwich loaf.( From Wilton holiday book)

The frosting is...
4 package (8 oz each) cream cheese
2 tablespoons milk.

Mish22 Posted 15 Sep 2005 , 4:15pm
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WOW icon_eek.gif - that is BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!! Thank you SO much for this!!!! What a great idea!!

I am so glad I stumbled upon this site!!!

Thank you Thank you!!!


sue_dye Posted 15 Sep 2005 , 4:18pm
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Your welcome, glad I could help.

IHATEFONDANT Posted 17 Sep 2005 , 12:28pm
post #5 of 5 took me down memory lane...they were a big thing....and I had a few of them...and really thought they were nice for a lunch...I remember one in particular...shrimp salad was one of the fillings used and it was great.

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