Talk:Mayonnaise

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 Definition Thick sauce made primarily from vegetable oil and egg yolks. [d] [e]
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I wrote 99% of this article, as it currently stands in CZ, originally at Wikipedia. For CZ I have edited it, rewritten it, and expanded my original WP material There are thousands of useless WP words that I have not imported.Hayford Peirce 18:52, 28 June 2007 (CDT)
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I thought mayonnaise just came in a jar :-) -- Matt Innis (Talk) 19:35, 28 June 2007 (CDT)

My wife grew up on a farm in extreme rural America. They raised their own food. I once asked my mother-in-law what she did buy at the grocery. She paused, thought, then replied, "Hellman's Mayonnaise." ---Stephen Ewen 20:51, 28 June 2007 (CDT)
Probably didn't squeeze her own peanuts or corn to make oil in order to make the mayo. I wonder if it *is* possible to make one's own oil, short of having a industrial-sized farm? Hayford Peirce 11:28, 29 June 2007 (CDT)
Exxxaaactlyy :))) That's real mayonnaise. --Matt Innis (Talk) 20:56, 28 June 2007 (CDT)
West of the Mississippi: "Best Foods". It seems to have established pretty much the standardized American taste for Mayo.... I keep a bottle around to use for tuna-salad sandwiches and such like, along with some Miracle Whip to mix in, plus the homemade stuff to put on the bread first.... Hayford Peirce 11:28, 29 June 2007 (CDT)
As a matter of preference(and opinion), this is the most disgusting food article we have to date. Looks to be pretty well developed though. --Robert W King 11:54, 29 June 2007 (CDT)