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Inspired by conversations on the FOOD52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun. Today, a very special guest demonstrates how to make mayonnaise (and then aioli).
Ah, mayonnaise. The delicious condiment that enhances pretty much anything it's dolloped on. While some of us are fans of classic brands like Hellman's or Duke's, everyone loves homemade mayonnaise. Making it yourself is always satisfying, and you have the added bonus of complete control. It's also really simple to make.
Our friend Tamar Adler is such a fan of homemade mayonnaise, she decided to make a video tutorial for us. You may know her book, An Everlasting Meal, a lovely collection of essays about cooking and eating "with economy and grace." Tamar will be sharing tips and tricks with us from time to time because she's all about kitchen confidence, and so are we.
An Everlasting Meal is coming out in paperback June 19th, you can preorder it here.
Today's video was shot and edited by Adriana Stimola.
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