In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- I said that because of the condiments: the mustard and mayo, the lettuce, tomato and onion.
- Stir together the mayo and the creme fraiche or sour cream.
- On our last visit we tried the BBQ pork with pickles, mayo, soya sauce and cilantro for $3.50.
- You can have marinated chicken and spiced mayo in a French loaf or grilled aubergine with mozzarella in multi-grain bread.
- To add zip to your fat-free mayo, mix in some cayenne pepper.
- I always bring things like pre-made chicken salad, tuna salad and salmon salad - minus the mayo.
- There's no special sauce or anything, although they do use ketchup, mustard and mayo.
- Than he would come back five hours later for lunch and he would sit in the same stool and order the pastrami on rye, easy on the mayo and a large coke, with a side curly fries.
- To save calories, hold the mayo and add some yourself if you need it.
- Ginger-wasabi mayo and Asian slaw spark the wine's lemony finish.
- It's particularly tough to notice the excess in California rolls because the white crab conceals the mayo.
- The potato base was accompanied by generous chunks of salmon and leak and served with salad and a wasabi mayo.
- Yes, this carnivore's haven offers a veggie burger that, when ordered without the mayo, is actually low in fat.
- I had a hummus and chicken wrap with roasted peppers that would have been delicious but for the watery mayo it was drenched in.
- The big man was delighted with his prawns, which were simply but attractively presented with the garlic mayo served in half an oyster shell.
- First prepare the mayo: place the egg yolks, mustard, 1 tsp lemon juice and plenty of salt and pepper in a food processor and process for a few seconds.
- The mayo calls for 2 egg yolks, salt, dry mustard, vinegar, and one cup of olive oil.
- Mix together the low-fat mayo with the cheese and garlic.
- Inscribe this on my tombstone: He liked his mayo, but gave his life for his schmaltz.
- As we all know, the mayo in the tuna, the oil in the tofu and chocolate chips in the pudding contain enough calories and fat for an entire day.
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