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Mayonnaise Gets Its Moment at 2 Pop-Up Cafes in Japan

by in News, March 22nd, 2017

Mayonnaise Gets Its Moment at 2 Pop-Up Cafes in JapanPeople tend to have their favorite condiments. Ketchup on everything? Mustard for the win? Hey, whatever floats your boat. Those who are partial to mayonnaise now have bragging rights over this: Japan is erecting two temporary shrines to the creamy-white food topper.

Kewpie mayonnaise, a Japanese mayo with a cultlike following (it even has its own museum), is opening a dedicated pop-up “Kewpie mayo café” first in Tokyo (March 1-31) and then in Nagoya (April 3-30). The cafes will feature “a menu of ‘Mayonnaise Magic’ that improves texture, richness and umami by using mayonnaise” — not only as an ingredient in salads, but also to fry, bake and saute foods — according to a press release (translation from Japanese via Google Translate).

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Foodie Call with Justin Warner: Black-Garlic Mayo Steak & Cake

by in Food Network Chef, Shows, November 23rd, 2015

This week on Foodie Call, mayo is on Justin’s mind when he meets with artisan purveyors Sam Mason and Elizabeth Valleau of Empire Mayonnaise. Inspired by their homestyle spreads with exotic flavors such as ghost pepper, Sriracha and rosemary, he uses black-garlic mayo to replace the eggs and oil in his cake batter to create a savory chocolate cake — and you’ll never guess what’s served alongside it. Read more

Your Favorite Spreads, Transformed: 3 New Takes on Condiments

by in Recipes, Shows, July 25th, 2015

Banana Pepper KetchupKetchup, mustard, mayonnaise. This beloved condiment trilogy is an all-star topping on cookout favorites like juicy burgers — and for good reason, as the condiments are satisfying served both separately and when mashed together to create the ultimate spread. But while everyday ketchup, mustard and mayo may indeed be traditional, they can be transformed into all-new ideas with just a few simple how-tos. On this morning’s all-new episode of The Kitchen, the cast delivered three new twists on these classic condiments. From Jeff Mauro’s secret-ingredient ketchup to Geoffrey Zakarian’s caper-studded mustard, read on below for their best ideas.

Ketchup Becomes Banana Pepper Ketchup: Don’t let the simplicity of Jeff’s two-ingredient ketchup recipe fool you; the result is anything but basic. By mixing diced banana peppers with ketchup, he guarantees a pop of pepper flavor in every bite.

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Summer Food Safety: Mayonnaise

by in How-to, July 1st, 2011

mayo with knife
During the latest “Ask the Editor” chat on Food Network’s Facebook page, many readers inquired about mayonnaise in salads and how long they can be left out during summer months. With Fourth of July celebrations upon us, it’s important to practice food safety –you don’t want your guests missing the fireworks because they’re not feeling well. Even if you place Grandma’s famous potato salad in the shade, it has a timely expiration.

So how long is too long?

Read the rules after the jump »