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Mayo with Pizzazz

Submitted by: Juanita 
Living In: Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA
This is a simple homemade mayonnaise-based spread with capers, dill, lemon juice, and white wine vinegar you make in a blender. 
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Spiced Mayo

Submitted by: Nana Anna 
Home Town: Burnt Cove, Newfoundland, Canada
Living In: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Stirring lemon juice, cilantro, garlic, cumin, paprika, and cayenne pepper into mayonnaise gives you a zestier condiment for your sandwich needs. 
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Lime Pepper

Submitted by: MARGARET CARR 
Living In: Pensacola, Florida, USA
Lime pepper is a little different from lemon pepper, and even better because you make it yourself! 
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All Purpose Lime Marinade

Submitted by: ANTHONYTHEOBALD 
Home Town: Saint Louis, Missouri, USA
Lime juice, teriyaki sauce, and ancho chili powder combine to create a great marinade. It is good on just about anything. 
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Coconut Lime Martinette (Alcohol-Free)

Submitted by: joderita 
This alcohol-free version of coconut lime martini includes pineapple juice, lime juice, and coconut cream for a refreshing mocktail that is very easy to drink. 
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Lime Cilantro Vinaigrette

Submitted by: Andi 
This uniquely zesty salad dressing blends fresh lime juice, cilantro, and apple cider vinegar. 
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Caper and Lime Vinaigrette

Submitted by: Tatiana 
Capers and lime juice are whisked together with olive oil forming a nice and light vinaigrette perfect for crab cakes or salad. 
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Key Lime Martini

Submitted by: KNIGHTSOFNEECH 
This lime-flavored martini needs a bit of simple syrup, lime juice, half-and-half, and vanilla-flavored vodka. 
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Chef John's Mayo Method Steak Sauce

Submitted by: Chef John 
It's so easy to whip up your own steak sauce from mayonnaise plus a few other things. Vary the basic formula to make it your own. 
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Chipotle Mayo

Submitted by: CLOUDSSUNRAIN 
Living In: Chicago, Illinois, USA
This recipe is super easy with a food processor! Use this mayo on cold cut sandwiches or mixed with canned fish. Don't use Miracle Whip or salad dressing for this. Neither one qualifies as mayonnaise and are not as thick as the real thing, which will make your result much runnier. You can get the chipotle chiles in adobo sauce at a supermarket with a good variety of more authentic Mexican items. They are either canned or bottled. 
 
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