Arby's-style Horsey Sauce

  • 1 cup mayo
  • 3 tablespoon bottled horseraddish cream
  • 1 sauce
  • 1 tablespoon sugar -- or 2 pkg equal

Cooking Directions:

Mix all well. Keep refrigerated, tightly covered to use in 2 weeks. Do not freeze.

Servings: 1

Source: Gloria Pitzer's Copycat Cookbook

About Arby's®


On July 23, 1964, Leroy and Forrest Raffel opened the first restaurant in Boardman, Ohio serving roast beef sandwiches, potato chips, and Texas-sized iced teas. The brothers decided to their new restaurant Arby's, which stands for R.B., the initials of the Raffel Brothers - although many still believe the R.B. stands for roast beef.

One year later, Leroy and Forrest never looked back sold the first franchise to Sam Feldman beginning a heritage of several multi-generation franchise owners. In fact, Jim Raffel the son of one of the founders, owns and operates three locations in Maine.

41 years later, the spirit of Arby's continued as the company added an average of 50 restaurants a year in the 1970s creating menu favorites, Beef 'n Cheddar, Jamocha Shakes, Curly Fries and Arby's signature sauces, Arby's BBQ sauce and Horsey Sauce®. Today, Arby's has expanded to 1,000 restaurants and also offers another American favorite - chicken.

With great sandwiches at reasonable prices, it's no wonder people are thinking Arby's!

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