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  • Susan Eggert

    Pimento loaf - do they still make this? I always wondered why/how anyone could eat this!!! I can still imagine the smell of it as it was in our house once in a while. our pimento lunch meat didn't have those big olives in it...yuck

  • Jackie Legan

    Olive loaf! Yummy. I just love green olives and bologna!

  • Susie Carberry

    What strange foods we ate. My Dad used to tell me this was horse meat and the green and red stuff was parts of the saddle ground up in the meat! ugh!

  • Bobbye Jackson

    Pimento loaf This is olive loaf. There was also pickle loaf dutch loaf

  • rox bix

    Pimento loaf - we ate it on wonder bread

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