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More Fanny than Craddock

Home FarmsVerstaile, adaptable, creative and inspirational; just some of adjectives that could be used to describe the career of Sir Lawrence Olivier. Mayonnaise can on it's day though, be another source of inspiration, and if not quite in the same league as Sir Larry, it could certainly share a stage with William Roache of Coronation Street fame. So, please browse back regularly for our eclectic recipe suggestions as the World of Mayonnaise scours the shelf of dusty old recipe books for ways to enliven your dusty old life.

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Today's random felch of culinary creativity is the following golden nugget:



Green
Mayonnaise


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This
simple, herby sauce is a suggested accompaniment to the New England Clambake,
but can be used in a variety of ways. Stir some of this into chopped, cooked
shrimp for a quick and easy shrimp salad sandwich filling
.


1 cup
lightly packed parsley sprigs

1/4 cup chopped fresh basil (or 2 tsp. dried)

1 cup mayonnaise

1 Tbsp. lemon juice


In a
food processor, combine the parsley and basil; whirl until finely chopped.
Add the mayonnaise and lemon juice. Process until well combined. Refrigerate
until ready to serve. Servings per Recipe: 4-6



And remember, all of our recipes are rigorously tested on Romanian orphans, Liberal Democrat voters, lesbian town councillors and small puppies with wet noses, so now you're almost 84.2% safe with our imaginative dining suggestions! Please feel free to to tell us of any unexpected mayonnaise related poisonings, or discuss your own imaginative serving suggestions with us via recipes@mayonnaise.co.uk. Thank you for listening, I don't feel quite so bad now although my head still hurts.

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