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What's for lunch.

martym

I Leave The Toilet Seat Up.
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After I finished my workout this morning I went into the kitchen and my breakfast was cooked and waiting for me and my lunch for work was packed. Hmmm??
 
Hear, hear! It's too easy to do at home.

Hellman's had a strange, artificial tang. Dukes and Kewpie are too sweet.
What's your recipe? Mine is two yolks, a heaping teaspoon of Dijon (Maille or Fallot) a hearty pinch of salt, juice of a tart lemon (no Meyer lemons), and a cup of peanut oil. If there is turkey around I'll toss in a chipotle with plenty of adobo for turkey sandwiches.
 

TexLaw

Fussy Evil Genius
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What's your recipe? Mine is two yolks, a heaping teaspoon of Dijon (Maille or Fallot) a hearty pinch of salt, juice of a tart lemon (no Meyer lemons), and a cup of peanut oil. If there is turkey around I'll toss in a chipotle with plenty of adobo for turkey sandwiches.
That's pretty much what I do. I don't typically use all the juice from the lemon (but I might--depends on the lemon), and I itsy olive oil.

I often add a little garlic.
 
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