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I can make wonderful hollandaise sauce from scratch.

We pour it on asparagus.


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Only excuse for not liking mayonnaise is an egg allergy. Smile

And absolutely love Eggs Benedict with real Hollandaise.



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Only excuse for not liking mayonnaise is an egg allergy.

^^^^^^^^^^^
This seems like a love hate thing. Strong opinions here. I thought that only Southerners had this fascination with Mayo.
 
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They seem to put that snot on everything!

Most everything anyway. At least Chick-fil-A doesn't put it on the spicy chicken biscuit, but I'll have to make sure they haven't changed it. Wink


CFA deliberately doesn't put sauce on anything, letting the customer pick the sauce. the Chargrilled still comes with the Honey Roasted BBQ, and the old wraps had a specific dressing they were supposed to "come with" but we'd always still ask what they wanted, sauce wise.



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Mayonnaise and Miracle Whip are disgusting. Leave it off!


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It has its place

Dave's Killer Whole Wheat Bread
Home grown tomato
Duke's mayonnaise
 
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It has its place

Dave's Killer Whole Wheat Bread
Home grown tomato
Duke's mayonnaise
Sounds good.

Bacon would improve it.



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Mmmmmmm.....

Bacon improves everything Big Grin




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I like Mayonnaise (Duke's) on certain things like a Sub. Never on a burger or eggs or anything like that.

Thank god a lot of you guys aren't eating food in Central America. They put equal parts: Mayo, Ketchup, and Mustard on damn near everything that's on a bun. Burger's, hot dogs, egg sandwiches, Sweet onion terryaki sub at subway......it's the GROSSEST concoction I've ever tasted.
 
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Loves me some mayo on French FriesSmile (Too many years in W. Germany.



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Loves me some mayo on French FriesSmile (Too many years in W. Germany.


Try tarter sauce on fries it's even better than mayo...….or Taziki sauce also is great for dipping fries into.
 
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We love mayonnaise and Miracle
Whip, both. Only thing about CFA, is that I gotta take it home and put my own Miracle
Whip on the sandwich.

I'm not from Central America, and have never been there, but it sounds like my kind of dining-mustard, ketchup and mayo on everything with a bun. Or on any sandwich, bread, bun, muffin or bagel (okay, maybe not PB & J).

Bob

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I hate mayo too. In the South it seems to be as prevalent as SWEET TEA. I dislike both. I also don't care for special sauce. I had a roommate from the South who ate raw hot dogs out of the fridge after he dipped them in the Mayo jar.


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I’ve unfortunately eaten a lot of McDonald’s breakfast over the years and I do not think they put mayo on ANY of their breakfast sandwiches. If it was mayo they either made it wrong or someone ordered it that way and you accidentally got it. The breakfast bagel sandwiches get smeared with a large goop of garlic butter, which is pretty tasty.


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I'm really surprised at the number of people here on this Forum who don't like mayo and especially surprised that some don't like it on their burger (a ground chuck cheeseburger with mustard, mayo or miracle whip, onion, small leaf of lettuce, small amount of ketchup, on an onion roll is pretty close to heaven for me).

We had a mens group from our Church over at our house a few weeks back (Baptists, so they can really eat) and we got the various sandwiches, like sub rolls from Publix, but we told them no condiments. We set out different mustards, some ketchup (only a couple of odd eaters put that on their subs-yuck, gag!) and pickles, lettuce, Miracle Whip and Duke's mayo. The mustards and the mayo really got slabbed on the sandwiches.

If you don't like mayo, have you tried Miracle Whip? I prefer it over mayo, but I suppose not everyone has tried it, perhaps thinking it is just another mayo. I love it on CFA's chicken sandwich, though I do mayo, too, sometimes (not together, though).

Bob

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You better be serving Duke's or you're not doing it right.


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Loves me some mayo on French FriesSmile (Too many years in W. Germany)


Same here!!
 
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Only excuse for not liking mayonnaise is an egg allergy.

^^^^^^^^^^^
This seems like a love hate thing. Strong opinions here. I thought that only Southerners had this fascination with Mayo.


Well, his location does have South in it.
 
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I love MW on sandwiches, but have never seen it offered by any sandwich places. If only they stock some single serve packets, I won't have to carry a squeeze bottle around like some weirdo. I've never seen them in the wild, so I make do with mayo.
 
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