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Hey Karen, remember this post where you mentioned deviled eggs and not being able to
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Posted to Thread #28847 at 7:08 pm on Jul 6, 2016
I was just looking at DUKE'S Mayonnaise (which I have in my pantry thanks to Angie's suggestion) wondering if it would work for the Mexican corn dish. (I didn't know if Duke's was a "dressing" or a true mayonnaise.)
The online description says it has more egg yolks and less sugar than other brands and is used mostly by Southern cooks.
Do you think the woman with the deviled eggs may have used this brand?
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Other messages in this thread:
- 28847. Hey Karen, remember this post where you mentioned deviled eggs and not being able to [LINK] - MarilynFL - 7:08pm on 07/06/16 (9)
- I don't know because it was many years ago, but I have bought Duke's mayo - KarenNoCA - 10:59pm on 07/06/16
- According to the ingredients list for Duke's Mayo, there is no sugar - KarenNoCA - 1:48pm on 07/07/16
- That IS a nice price, what with that dang Best Foods (Hellman's) mayo going. . . - mistral - 4:29pm on 07/07/16
- It certainly is a good price considering that the first time I bought it from Amazon - KarenNoCA - 7:31pm on 07/07/16
- The last Duke's I bought has sugar free right on the label. Mario Batalli cited it as his favorite - Curious1 - 9:27pm on 07/07/16
- I've become a Dukes convert since living in the south, Except when broiling or grilling fish. - Janet in NC - 9:06pm on 07/08/16
- The "danger" of Amazon Prime! Just ordered.. I tried our local stores, not available. [NT] - barb_b - 8:54pm on 07/09/16
- How much was it for a 32 oz jar with Amazon Prime? [NT] - KarenNoCA - 2:39pm on 07/11/16
- $10.63 [NT] - barb_b - 12:59am on 07/12/16