Mayonnaise spreads vast flavor potential

07/5/2007 | NYTimes.com

The versatility of mayonnaise extends far beyond tuna sandwiches and makeshift glue for lettuce and cheese slices. Taking a page from classic French cuisine, some use the kitchen staple as a sauce, imbued with a variety of flavors, including saffron and wasabi.

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