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In the wake of improved airline security concerns, cutlery has disappeared from most coach airline meals. Most of these meals are now sandwiches packed with a little packet of mayo or "Dijonnaise" (which must have been invented on this website!) With the lack of utensils, you are forced to do a messy,
and pretty ineffective spreading job with the top of the packet.
By adding a little bit of semi-rigid plastic to the top of the packet (in a half-circle shape), a positively MarthaStewartonian spreading job can be done, yielding clean fingers and a nicely condimented sandwich.
No reason that this shouldn't be included with all those little handy-packs that get packed with deli sandwiches, etc.
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||Or what about reconstituting the condiment into a cheese-like consistency, so that it can be placed on the sandwich like a sheet of processed cheeese--possibly temperature-sensitive so that it is kept cold until distributed for application, and when at room temperature it melts into creamy rather than cheesy consistency.
||"Ham salad sandwich, please. And a slice of mustard."
||I think I want my mayo cool and liquid, thank you, to moisten the food.