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    Nevan is *gagging* on saucey -sauce?? Lucky you!!!
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    That purple and green shit is gross too. I just am not a fan of mayo. Of course, there are things that NEED mayo, but I always use the least amount possible.

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    1. i love hellman's mayo (called Best on the left coast)

    2. never had heinz' mayo, but kraft mayo is an abomination. it's like they put SUGAR in it or something.

    3. ketchup+mayo is the base for russian dressing

    my happy hour just started so excuse me if this is totally non-sequitor. it's easier than getting into a debate about whether young girls were willing to have sex (GAG) with PA.

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    Kraft does have sugar in it. I can't stand the sweet stuff either.
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    but nothing beats homemade mayo. so awesome.
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    or homemade toum, if you want something that will kick your taste buds in the pants.

    https://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2018/01/toum.html
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    We always had home made as a kid, mum just buys it in France now (lasts longer, less work, tastes excellent) she occasionally makes if for special occasions.

    I’d not heard of Russian dressing, it’s different from Rose Marie but the same (mayo & ketchup)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Novice View Post
    Rose Marie
    I hadn't run across this term before so I had to google, and I hit this:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rose_Marie


    Actress Rose Marie in 2013 in Beverly Hills, California.


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    i've never heard of rose marie. *shrugs*

    twitchy - that toum sounds good. but what's the significance of removing the germ from the garlic? is that an idiot question?


    eta: meant rose marie the dressing, not the MTM writer.

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    I had no idea about the germ. Just did it automatically. More googling.

    Should You Remove The Germ From Garlic?

    Here’s The Short Answer

    • Young garlic has a full, vibrant, and round garlic flavor, which all the tasters unanimously preferred in both raw and cooked applications. There wasn't a significant difference between young garlic with and without the germ removed
    • Old garlic with the germ intact was perceived as overwhelmingly pungent and harsh when raw, and acrid—even slightly burnt-tasting—in the cooked application.



    so, I guess it makes it more mellow.
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    ah. i guess i've mostly seen young garlic. had no idea!

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    NOOO!!! There’s ketchup and mayo in Russian dressing?? What about the creamy French dressing??

    The best mayo I ever had was from a now closed coffee joint downtown. It was homemade, more creamier and less jiggly like jello and the killer part was that it had fresh basil throughout. I had it on a BLT and I think I might have had a moment a little shy of the deli scene in When Harry Met Sally.

    Other than that, I only eat Hellman’s.
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    I thought if you could see the green inside garlic (the germ part), it meant it was bad or going bad. I always remove it anyway (if I don't throw all of it out) because it's almost impossible to find garlic that isn't turning green anymore.

    I like when mayo and ketchup mix together on a burger, but probably because I don't like ketchup that much. I don't see the point in buying it already mixed.

    Duke's is better than Hellman's on a sandwich, but Hellman's works better for cooking or making potato salad. Whole Foods and Sir Kensington's are pretty good, too. But I'm a freak that loves mayo...but I hate Kraft and obviously Miracle Whip.


    1000 Island and Russian dressing both start with mayo and ketchup...I think one has pickles (or extremely gross pickle relish) and one doesn't. French dressing is ketchup and oil I think.

    From epicurious:

    Russian dressing and Thousand Island dressing are often confused because both begin with a base of mayonnaise and ketchup or ketchup-style chili sauce, which results in a pink salad dressing. But where Thousand Island is a bit sweet and studded with pickle relish, Russian dressing is on the spicier side, with a hint of heat from horseradish and hot sauce. For more information about salad dressings and tips on making them from scratch, see our
    Homemade Salad Dressing Primer
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    Russian dressing sounds like cocktail sauce to me?
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    ^ we call it cocktail sauce here, too. No horsradish, though, but a bit of lemon juice.
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    Yeah, I've never associated the two things until now. In the US, I think cocktail sauce is usually ketchup, lemon juice and horseradish.
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