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Creative menu items include the Carlos Santana sandwich, made with flank steak, bacon, ham, a sunny-side-up egg, Swiss cheese, and smoked mayo; and the Public Enemy Mac & Cheese with the addition of jalapenos, queso, and, of course, bacon.
The Polish Cuban with rice and black beans, kielbasa sausage, sweet plantain and avocado with spicy mayo.
Most days for breakfast, Dinah has an egg sandwich with lettuce, tomato, bacon, avocado, and light mayo.
In the restaurant, Paper Daisy, Noma alum Ben Devlin showcases innovative dishes that make the most of the area’s offerings, such as the prawn roll with avocado, mayo, and iceberg lettuce, and the paper bark–grilled cod with onion and seaweed.
Straightforward toppings — lettuce, tomato, onion, mustard and mayo — complemented the meat, a skinnier patty cooked a shade less than the Project X’s medium.
Esquites is similar in spirit but easier to eat: The kernels are shaved from the cob, cooked in chicken broth with herbaceous epazote, ladled into a plastic cup, and topped with mayo, queso, and chili.
In a clean pan, put some mayo on the bread and grill that.
In a medium bowl, gently mix together the crab, avocado, mayo, lemon juice, and chives.
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