mayonnaise


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mayonnaise

[′mā·ə‚nāz]
(food engineering)
A semisolid emulsion prepared by whipping a mixture of raw eggs or egg yolks, vegetable oil, vinegar or lemon juice, salt, and condiments; used as a dressing.
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The world is divided along the mayonnaise line and the feelings are intense.
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COOKING: 15 mins boiling 25-30 minutes oven (suitable for vegetarians) INGREDIENTS: 650g Sainsbury's Taste the Difference British Gem New Potatoes 50 ml olive oil 1 tsp paprika 1 tsp salt 120g good quality mayonnaise preferably rapeseed 2 tbsp red or green harissa 1 tbsp chopped flat leaf parsley METHOD: 1.
5 May 2016 - US-based food sauces and flavorings producer Ventura Foods has reached an agreement to acquire the dressings, sauces and mayonnaise business of Minnesota-based food products provider Cargill, the company said.
George Freedman, grandfather of Empire Mayonnaise's Elizabeth Valleau, had a tradition of taking the young co-founder to the ballet for a Hanukkah treat.
Dubai: Two women were cleared on Thursday of kissing publicly in a restaurant after one of them contended that she had removed the mayonnaise off her friend's cheek with her tongue.
Whisk together 1/4 cup mayonnaise, vinegar and honey in large bowl.
Once a year, we all still get together and put mayonnaise in our hair for old times' sake."