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“There's no charge for dips, including chipotle and Dijonnaise.”
“Frenchman Alain Buthion still heads the kitchen (had the hugest crush on him in high school), and turns out deliciously rich brunch items like Suzi A La Dijonnaise, Crepes Forestiere, and classic standbys like Belgian Waffles and Sourdough/Croissant French Toast.”
“The lead characters are a wonderful couple and the street people are a delight who refresh the mystery with their antics; fans will especially adore the amateur sleuth transvestites Dijonnaise and Buffet.”
“Rabbit Dijonnaise (page 209) is a quick dish; and the woodland-style rabbit (page 210) takes time, but diners will appreciate rabbit off the bone.”
“Leg 4 Spread the Dijonnaise across two slices of bread, top with ham, cheese and remaining two slices.”
“BTW, there is no Wikipedia entry for Dijonnaise, but there is an entry for”
“What gets to me is this assumption that the average American is some sort of butt-scratching, monster-truck-rally-watching, tobacco-spitting, middle-school-education-having yokel who wouldn't know some uppity brown mustard from a hole in the wall - or, for that matter, that even said yokels wouldn't pick up a bottle of Dijonnaise at the Piggly Wiggly to spice up their hot dogs.”
“⅔ cup Dijonnaise 1. Heat the oil in a large nonstick sauté pan until very hot.”
“5. To assemble the burgers, smear both sides of the bun with the homemade Dijonnaise.”
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