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I want to share a thing that dad made often' in narrative:
he would toast walnuts then crush them with a pestal (no food processors in those days), then he would chop green olives and crush them into the nuts a bit, then add a little homade mayo and quite a bit of cream cheese, whip it all up (by hand with a thing like a potato masher/whisk kind of tool that he used alot for making sauces too). It made a wonderful spread on crusty bread or crackers topped with thin olive slices and pimento (and was pretty as well).