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Jamie shows you a great trick for a delicious condiment Added on April 05 2010 | 27 Comments
I'm sure going to make this mayo.
By Edna Lack on March 27, 2011
By Anonymous on March 26, 2011
What kind of oil do you use for the mayo,,,is it olive oil or vegetable oil or what?????
By Myrna Bunskoek on March 26, 2011
how long does the homemade maynoise last in the ref
By lana bennett on March 26, 2011
I need a good recipe for lent for 20 people. thanks louise
By louise andrade on March 26, 2011
Paula, I would like to extend you an East Texas welcome to come and spend a weekend or few days with us in the "Antique Capital of East Texas" Gladewater, Texas is full of wonderful antique stores, plus a lady born and raised in Catana, Sicily, who opened a small kitchen/restaurant called, Alba's Italian Kitchen! I'm over the "Design" of our Main Street Board in Gladewater, TX, and we would LOVE to have you!
By Stephani Chance on March 26, 2011
I'm going to try it, but I've had no luck with homemade Mayo because I'm in love in Best Foods.
Now that I've seen Jaime, I think I'm in love with him as well.
xoxo...have a great day!
By Tracy on March 26, 2011
That was awesome! I luv it!
By melissa coleman on March 26, 2011
We didn't have that in advanced cooking class in Senatobia, MS! Thank You for that receipe, because I Love Mayo!!
By carol rowe on March 26, 2011
Thanks Paula... We LOVE Mayonnaise... Also we have too many eggs from our family chickens. Great Recipe. Love you, Love your show, Don't know how I ever cooked without you.
By Stacy Nier on March 26, 2011
All I can say---- Yum!!!!
By Nancy Sanford Smith on March 26, 2011
Like the tips. How safe is it to consume it with the raw egg? How long could it be kept refrigerated?
By mike on March 26, 2011
LOVED IT !!!!! ALWAYS DO..
We love Fried green tomatoes here too,and I wondered if you was gonna use buttermilk,a lil neighbor lady give me the tip of the buttermilk and I've done that ever since (20+ yrs) but I was shocked out of my shorts that you didn't use butter, I mix a lil corn meal in with my flour and fry them in a mix of oil and butter, in a Iron Skillet.mmmmm so good. But I 'm gonna use your recipe of the mayo and onion,chives,,I've never heard of that and it sounded great.Although your video was very choppy and skipped a lot( could have been my computer) I pretty much new what you was doin, I love you and your sons recipes,and try to copy them down when I can,hopefully someday I will get to meet you in person that is on my Bucket list ,lol seriously. You are an inspiration to all single mothers.
By Deborah ( Debi) Wolfingbarger on March 26, 2011
I don't care for Mayo, I prefer Miracle Whip, but this peaked my interest and we will try it...thanks for the tip, and for your show Paula, we love you and yours here in Michigan.
By Eileen on March 26, 2011
Looks real good. Will have to try it. If you don't have a blender or food processor, can you use a mixer or one of those blending bullets?
By Vickie Noon on March 26, 2011
JAMIE THIS IS GREAT TO WATCH, I REMEMBER MY MOTHER MAKING HER OWN MAYO. AN SHE KEPT IT IN A CROCK JAR. I WAS RAISED IN SAVANNAH TO AN LOVE ALL THE SEAFOOD, AN JUST THE BEAUTY OF IT. LUV YOUR AN BOBBY'S MOM SHE IS MY FAVORITE. PEOPLE SAY I LOOK A LOT LIKE HER AN DEFFINTLY TALK LIKE HER, IT'S AN HONOR TO BE COMPARED TO SUCH A GREAT LADY, LUV THE LADY AN SONS REST. IN SAVANNAH, AN UNCLE BUBBA'S TOO. KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK. WERE GOIN TO HARRAH'S IN CHEEROKEE, N.C. TO HAVE DINNER WITH YA'LL!!!!!!!!!!!
By A.E. HODGES on March 26, 2011
Ha! I was waiting for him to come back and add the rest of the oil, after he added the lemon juice, salt, and pepper. I thought he stopped halfway thru, to add the other ingredients. Then, I barely glimpsed the empty cup sitting there; had to go back and watch that part again. Otherwise, I wouldn't have known he used it all! Something about the way they filmed that part.
Blender mayo is really good stuff. I've made it before. Really, no good reason to buy it, it's so easy to make homemade!
By Debbe on March 26, 2011
By firstname.lastname@example.org on March 26, 2011
I like that cause I mix the mustard with regular Mayonaise all the time for Sandwiches but how do you make the white Mayonaise
By Lovetta Patterson on March 26, 2011
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