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Old 2 Days Ago   #3286
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I still cant wrap my mind around 8 dollar Japanese mayonnaise.
I dont really care for much out of that country at all except for some of their NSK bearings and other tooling.
The whole whale harvesting and a few other things related food just doesn't set well with me.

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Tobacco onions are a new one on me. Never heard that phrase before.
Very thin or fine onion rings or pieces, breaded and fried until crispy, looks sort of like threads of tobacco.
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As far as I know Kraft has never made fake mayonnaise they just did a label change.
If you want nasty mayonnaise try the whataberger mayonnaise.
I asked for some on the side for my fries one time and thought I was going to puke it was so sweet.

Then there was where I worked where the idiots froze the mayonnaise packets ruining the mayonnaise.
It went on forever.
We would have take the new squeeze bottle mayonnaise from the counter to the truck.
What I would like to have is some like I read they make in Russia with sunflower oil.
Worth, mayo in Russia taste the same as here. Now, if you would make your own mayo, you would need sunflower oil that was NOT refined. The problem with not refined oil is that it will get old quick. I keep my in refrigerator. I make salads with it, I do not cook with it. It has strong taste and smell. To me it smells like a salad from my childhood. But I do not want to change taste of fried dishes.
In respect it taste and smell as strong as olive oil, just different. To someone who is new to olive oil, they say it is strong, it changes the taste of the dish. Just observation.
I prefer to fry with peanut oil.
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Worth, mayo in Russia taste the same as here. Now, if you would make your own mayo, you would need sunflower oil that was NOT refined. The problem with not refined oil is that it will get old quick. I keep my in refrigerator. I make salads with it, I do not cook with it. It has strong taste and smell. To me it smells like a salad from my childhood. But I do not want to change taste of fried dishes.
In respect it taste and smell as strong as olive oil, just different. To someone who is new to olive oil, they say it is strong, it changes the taste of the dish. Just observation.
I prefer to fry with peanut oil.
Well that ruined it for me.

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I took 3 of my granddaughters out to eat this evening. Ages 13, 7 and 4. Spinach dip and chips to get the juices Flowing followed by chicken tenders, fries and coleslaw. Food was excellent along with the company.
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Got the black cast iron skillet and grease heating up.
Gonna have me some a them there pounded out pork rib eyes flipped in flour and fried.
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Default Sold on cinnamon basil

Sold on cinnamon basil.
I just had a fresh garden salad I picked from the garden as soon as I got home.
A Black Krim.
Cut okra.
Home grown onion.
Cucumber.
Cinnamon basil.
A splash of lime juice.
Sunflower oil.
Salt and pepper.


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Sounds good.

We had pork chops and rice-a-roni ... and then mowed the back yard. Woohoo, the back yard looks good.
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We had pasta salad tonight. I decided to cook only 6 ounces of pasta and keep all the veggies the same. Pretty good tasting salad and we have 7 bowls out of it so lots of leftovers for the week.
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Fried fish and onion rings again. Now, drinking an Fanta orange soda with vanilla ice cream float. Strange color, but tastes real good.

Got the house opened up and airing out as it's got down to the high 70's. Poor electric company, turned off my air conditioner for a bit.
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Last night's dinner salad.
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