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“The slow poached organic quail "egg salad" sandwich, shown at left, is prepared with romaine hearts and Ronnybrook dijonnaise.”
“A homemade dijonnaise is delicious on a sandwich—just mix a teaspoon of mayo with a teaspoon of Grey Poupon or your favorite brand.”
“The second was the turkey and shiitake mushroom : tenderloin, roma tomato, red onion, peppercorn dijonnaise.”
“* And just so this isn't all about films and games; the pot roast was even better as leftover hot pot roast and Swiss sandwiches tonight than it was as pot roast on Sunday, and no, sadly, the Polish sausage didn't absorb all the flavors of the winter vegetable stew dijonnaise.”
“Spicy pork and smoked shrimp sausage, with a blue cheese dijonnaise dressing...”
“Roast Beef & Havarti with sliced red onion on toasted rye, with horseradish dijonnaise 6.95”
“The food was excellent, with highlights including a mammoth jambonneau à la dijonnaise, a roasted canard de pékin, and such bruxellois classics as stoemp saucisse, but almost as big a draw was Les Brassins 'impressive selection of beers.”
“Grilled Ham & Gruyere with dijonnaise on Country Bread 6.95”
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