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Title: Mayonaisse
Post by: Dreams of Vrblthr on November 20, 2012, 04:27:58 pm
How do you guys feel about mayonaisse?

I like it, but I feel like its put on too much stuff. It is a sauce that adds a distinctly creamy flavor to whatever you put it on, right? If that's the case, then I feel like it should only be up on stuff that would benefit from having some creamy flavor undertones added to it, ad the taste of the mayonaisse should not be overpowering.

But anyway. I feel like chicken salad fits into this category (of foods that benefit fr am added creamy flavor). Hamburgers do not.

Opinions on America's second-favorite condiment?
Title: Re: Mayonaisse
Post by: Iara Warriorfeather on November 20, 2012, 04:28:58 pm
Not my thing.

Spicy brown mustard, on the other hand... ;)
Title: Re: Mayonaisse
Post by: Ryffnah on November 21, 2012, 03:50:06 pm
How do you guys feel about mayonaisse?

I like it, but I feel like its put on too much stuff. It is a sauce that adds a distinctly creamy flavor to whatever you put it on, right? If that's the case, then I feel like it should only be up on stuff that would benefit from having some creamy flavor undertones added to it, ad the taste of the mayonaisse should not be overpowering.

But anyway. I feel like chicken salad fits into this category (of foods that benefit fr am added creamy flavor). Hamburgers do not.

Opinions on America's second-favorite condiment?

I hadn't thought about it that way, but this sort of makes sense to me.  I agree that mayonnaise is pretty essential in a good chicken salad, and I do usually find it sort of superfluous on a hamburger.  I mean, it won't ruin a hamburger.  But, if I'm fixing the burger myself, I'm more likely to just put on a little extra ketchup and mustard.

I do like mayonnaise in cucumber sandwiches.  For whatever reason, that works really well.
Title: Re: Mayonaisse
Post by: werecat2012 on November 21, 2012, 08:24:14 pm
I've never really liked mayonnaise that much. I never understood the thinking behind putting mayonnaise on a burger either.

I prefer to season food (especially anything that features baked potatoes) with barbecue sauce, spicy mustard, and hummus.
Title: Re: Mayonaisse
Post by: Korin S. on November 22, 2012, 01:09:23 am
I like mayonnaise. I would normally use it in most salad dishes, but it does have its uses outside of salad. I would have it on a burger or sandwich too, if it happened to have lettuce and pickles and tomatoes and stuff on it. Anywhere else, I agree mayonnaise should be used carefully. The taste is a bit strange when you get too much of it.

Also, though I can't remember where I read this, apparently french fries are eaten mainly with mayonnaise in England. Now, that seems a bit silly even to me. If the fries were actually fish 'n' chips, though, and the mayonnaise tartare sauce, I'd understand. I love fish with tartare sauce.
Title: Re: Mayonaisse
Post by: Loc on November 22, 2012, 01:15:08 am
I like mayo, but generally prefer to use salad cream. I usually only put it on salads or mixed in with tuna.

Korin: I'm in England and I have never met anyone that eats chips with mayo. :P
Title: Re: Mayonaisse
Post by: Kobuk on November 22, 2012, 01:21:10 am
Miracle Whip.  I won't settle for anything less. ;)
Title: Re: Mayonaisse
Post by: Shim on November 22, 2012, 01:34:28 am
(http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lnv1gi8BrX1qaeb8j.jpg)
IT'S GOOD FOR YOU!

Regular Ordinary Swedish Mealtime
Title: Re: Mayonaisse
Post by: Elusive on November 22, 2012, 03:28:01 am
Only have mayonnaise when when I eat artichokes, other than that I don't touch the stuff. 
Title: Re: Mayonaisse
Post by: charcoal on November 25, 2012, 11:48:45 am
(http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lnv1gi8BrX1qaeb8j.jpg)
IT'S GOOD FOR YOU!

Regular Ordinary Swedish Mealtime
nasty x_x
Title: Re: Mayonaisse
Post by: Katra on December 02, 2012, 10:35:32 pm
Bread with mayonnaise and nuts. (or sunflower seeds, crumbled blue cheese, or bacon bits.)  Otherwise it's an ingredient.

(I'll also use tartar sauce on my french fries.)