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Synonyms for mayonnaise

egg yolks and oil and vinegar

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all ages of respondents based in the South had a soft spot for mayonnaise or whipped dressing, where 30 percent were more frequent purchasers, having bought in the past month, compared with the Northeast and Midwest at 24 percent each, and the West at 23 percent.
The process of producing a mayonnaise that suits everyone has been quite a journey.
Mr Johns, a pioneer of the Slow Food movement, said: "It's a goodtasting free-range Welsh mayonnaise that's ideal for mixing or dipping on its own.
Health Services officers also pointed out that it is forbidden to serve mayonnaise at school canteens, and the canteen's operator will therefore be reported to the Education Ministry.
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Poached salmon and prawns are set into lemon mayonnaise with skinned and seeded tomatoes and thinly sliced spring onions.
Light mayonnaise (flavored or not) is a great substitute for regular mayo.
will enter the mayonnaise market in early September with low-fat mayonnaise featuring its low-fat Econa cooking oil.
For the only existing copy of Mayonnaise left on the planet, send $50.
What you need: 1 can (6 1/2 ounces) tuna fish in spring water, drained 2 tablespoons lowfat mayonnaise 1 tablespoon sweet pickle relish 1/4 cup chopped celery 1 small green bell pepper Small bowl Large spoon
Deluxe: Fresh Express pre-packaged BLT (bacon lettuce & tomato) with seasoned mayonnaise pounds 3.
For the sambal mayonnaise place the egg yolk in a medium bowl and whisk until thick and lemon colored.
Radish sprout salad (consisting of radish sprouts, mayonnaise, cauliflower, and fish paste) was served with both lunches the cafeteria served on July 11, the only time sprouts were served during July 8 to 14.
Suspecting a lunch served on July 28, the scientists soon focused on a tuna-macaroni salad made with either of two types of mayonnaise -- a commercially prepared mayonnaise or a low-salt version prepared in the hospital kitchen with raw eggs.