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A tidier, more polite lobster roll ... courtesy of Canada

Friday, August 29, 2014

The lobster roll is a summertime favorite in New England. Fresh lobster, a little mayo, some dill and a splash of lemon juice. All mixed together, and then slapped on a hot dog bun. But up north in New Brunswick, you can find some delicious Canadian variations on the lobster roll. Leave it to Chicago-based food writer Steve Dolinsky to try them all.

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Mayo Clinic: My Attempt to Make My Own Mayonnaise

Saturday, November 10, 2012

WNYC

I'm spoiled.  I live about six blocks away from Empire Mayonnaise, the artisanal mayo shop that sells little pots of mayonnaise in flavors like lime pickle (my favorite), bacon and black truffle.  

But at $6 to $8 a pop for a 4 ounce jar, it's pricey. So, with a nudge from New York Times food writer Melissa Clark, I decided to make my own.

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Artisanal Mayonnaise: You Knew It Was Coming

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

WNYC

Walking down Vanderbilt Avenue in Brooklyn one weekend, I did a double take when I saw a little storefront selling mayonnaise. Just mayo? Does the condiment deserve such a spotlight?

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