Definition of mayo
Recent Examples of mayo from the Web
Drake's special is a BLT burger with a fresh, 8-ounce burger with hickory-smoked bacon, iceberg slaw, jalapeno-green tomato jam and Parmesan-garlic mayo.
Remember when a BLT was bacon, lettuce, and tomato, along with mayo, on white toast?
Aioli is a mayo-like Mediterranean sauce made from garlic and olive oil.
Plump crevettes and pan-fried sole are served on slate slabs, salty frites in bowls with mayo on the side.
Place the yolks in a food processor, along with the mayo, mustard, vinegar, salt, pepper and hot sauce; puree until smooth.
Cleveland Known for: The Dynomite Burger, topped with Pepper Jack cheese, jalapeno, onion and spicy mayo.
Asian-Hawaiian bánh mì-style sandwich sports an Angus beef burger with a slice of Spam, hot ghost pepper cheese, cool pickled vegetables, cilantro, lettuce and chipotle mayo on a ciabatta roll.
This time it’s in the form of a slaw (feel free to sub in plain Greek yogurt for all or half of the mayo).
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First Known Use of mayo
Definition of Mayo
Charles Horace 1865–1939 and his brother William James 1861–1939 American surgeons
Definition of Mayo
1play \ˈmī-(ˌ)ō\ river 250 miles (402 kilometers) long in the northwestern Mexico state of Sonora flowing southwest into the Gulf of California
2\ˈmā-(ˌ)ō\ county of northwestern Ireland on the Atlantic in Connacht; capital Castlebar area 2084 square miles (5418 square kilometers), population 130,638
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