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MAYOMayonnaise
MAYOMexican-American Youth Organization
MAYOMusical Arts Youth Orchestra (Bloomington, IN)
MAYOMonroe Area Youth Organization (church youth group in Monroe, LA, USA)
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When choosing a mayonnaise or whipped dressing, 40 percent of all respondents said their #1 factor was taste, followed by 19 percent claiming price, 18 percent noting brand, 12 percent naming nutrition and 11 percent saying variety was the key characteristic.
To eat, fold the breadcrumbs and parmesan in a lettuce leaf and dip into the mayonnaise.
The mayonnaise suits many of our customers who positively promote Welsh food in their menus and recipes," said Tony.
And popular Welsh chef Gareth Johns, co-owner of the Wynnstay Hotel, Machynlleth, said he thinks it is the best pre-made mayonnaise he has tasted.
The new label will also include the '57 varieties' message and highlight the fact free-range eggs are used in all Heinz mayonnaise recipes from this month.
Three of them ate sandwiches with tomato, cucumber and mayonnaise, while the rest had chicken and mayonnaise sandwiches," said Aristos Aristidou, President of the School's Parents Association.
2 Drain the pasta and toss it with the mayonnaise mixture, peppers and onions.
Place cream cheese, sour cream, mayonnaise, green onions, parsley, dill, salt and pepper in bowl of a food processor fitted with steel blade.
Try our Grilled Turkey Burger with Roasted Red Pepper Mayonnaise for a tangy and delectable burger that's perfect for a weeknight meal or casual entertaining with friends.
ADM takes over Sunlight Foods' mayonnaise, sauces and salad products business to form ADM Sunlight Foods for markets in the south eastern U.
There wasn't much mayonnaise and the bread was cut into very thin slices.
Lamb cutlets set with parsley aspic or poached chicken breast fillets coated with set mayonnaise and a sprig of tarragon, create eye appeal and taste delicious.