Basic Ingredients, Dijon Mustard, Eggs, Mayonnaise, Salt, Sauces, Vegetarian, White Pepper, White Wine Vinegar

Mayonnaise

To finish freshman composition, I had to turn in a paper comparing and contrasting both sides of a controversial issue, with the history of the subject and two personal interviews. Most people went political, but I chose to write about mayo.

Apparently the Italians and the French still argue over whose war-captured chef slave invented the sauce. Regardless, the recipe has traveled all over the world, making all Japanese deep fried foods even more excellent. P.S. Thanks for the whole frying idea, Portugal! (Unrelated and also cool: Ketchup is Chinese. Get over it.)

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Apple, Black Pepper, Celery, Chicken, Flour, Grapes, Grapeseed Oil, Lemon, Lettuce, Mayonnaise, Olive Oil, Raisins, Salads, Salt, Spring, Summer, Walnuts, Yogurt

Chicken Waldorf Salad

I am a big fan of eating without cooking. The week gets busy, and it’s nice to have a giant batch of something that I can just eat straight out of the fridge or throw into a container to take out the door. Chicken salads are a summer favorite, especially when they are heavy on crunchy fresh vegetables and nuts, with some fresh and dried fruit to add a little sweetness.

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