American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Informal Mayonnaise.
- n. abbreviation mayonnaise
“We'll use the term mayo just to speak as plainly as possible," Mr. Mackenzie says.”
“This time I subbed in creme fraiche for the sour cream, and I got mayo from the English shop again, because I didn't want to risk the potential disaster of subbing in German mayo again!”
“The holiday around cinco de mayo is labor day/workers day -- May 1.”
“Clay aptly described it as “slathered in mayo” and said he “thought it was a lobster roll” on first glance.”
“Anything coated in mayo or dressing should really be avoided.”
“How can oil and lemon juice turn into the white cloud of goodness called mayo?”
“If you do hit up a roadside stop, stay away from fried items and fatty condiments such as mayo and oily dressings - it'll be easier on your digestion.”
“If desired, you also can add condiments such as mayo, hot peppers, mushrooms, etc.”
“To lure the noon-day crowd back from their bag lunches, restaurants are stepping up with speedy and value-oriented fare, such as mayo-laden tuna or egg salad, grilled cheese and sliders (mini hamburgers).”
“I ran out of regular mayonnaise and only have Trader Joe's wasabi mayo which is a leeeeetle too much for tuna salad, maybe ¼ of that and ¾ of regular would work.”
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