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mayo ketchup

A condiment made by combining ketchup and mayonnaise. It is typically served with French fries. Hey, can you get me some mayo ketchup, please? I don't like to eat my fries with just ketchup.
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mayo

(ˈmeo)
n. mayonnaise. I’ll take both mayo and mustard, thank you.
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As Jacqueline Mayo watched the news reports predicting Hurricane Katrina's latest twist, she knew it was time to get out.
But, this was a familiar drill for Mayo who left with her family last year during Hurricane Ivan, and had also lived through another brutal storm--Hurricane Betsy--in 1965.
This time, however, Mayo fears she will not be so lucky.
Among the no-fats (less than a half-gram of fat per tablespoon, actually), Smart Beat Fat Free tasted the most like full-fat mayos, which have 11 to 12 grams of fat.
Mayos that are made with canola or safflower oil aren't nice replacements for regular (soybean oil) mayo, though.