Mayonnaise?

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    I still remember Filipino coke. It was like carbonated pancake syrup. I used to carry a pack of their cigarettes for the habitual moochers too. A couple of puffs of a Filipino camel were enough to cure them from mooching from me.
     
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    Potato salad, tuna salad, Deviled eggs, egg salad.....
    .Gotta have the Mayo

    For me, it has always been Hellman’s
    Whenever anyone said, try this, it is just as good
    It isn’t
     
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    Much easier to spread than butter
    Provides a nice crunchy crust for grilled cheese
     
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    Those foods are banned at my house.
     
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    My favorite by far was German Jaeger Schnitzel...It is traditionally made from pork, but I was fortunate enough to date a young German Fräulein and she took me to her parents home several times for meals... Venison Jaeger Schnitzel was served several times... Spaetzle (dumplings) and a mushroom gravy (hunter sauce) to die for...

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    I like some good malt vinegar and a little salt.
     
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    You are obviously, no gourmet
     
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    Throw in a piece of White Cod and what's its spell?

    Arthur Treacher’s Fish and Chips...
     
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    I heard the vinegar thing came from Canada. Was it Britain?
     
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    :dunno:
     

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