A story from my exciting journey to America!
I am aware that this is not the norm, but I’ll be damned if I didn’t go to America and get a sandwich that turned out to have a cup of mayonnaise on it. Pic related, close up of my face.
Yeeeeah… I never ever ever get mayo on subs here ’cause otherwise that happens. Like seriously if I want mayo I want an extremely thin layer. Since that isn’t “policy” I always have to pick other things to keep my sandwich from being dry (because mayo is the only thing they slather on like that, thank goodness)
Indeed. I learned a harsh, disgusting lesson this week.
Eww…I’m not a fan of mayonaise to begin with, and that’s just plain disturbing. At least you wanted some mayo on your sandwich, and didn’t specify “no mayo” and get 2 cups of the stuff on a sandwich half that size.
The important question: did it at least taste good?
No, it tasted like lard ):
I was pretty hungry though, so I ate about half a half.
Oh noes, lard-wich! Well, a quarter of a bad sandwich is better than being bitten by a poisonous snake.
How can you even stand mayo? I literally cannot eat it at all, otherwise I start vomiting.
Oh hey you got a new hairdo :D
I don’t understand things like mayo, butter, etc. You’re just basically putting flavorless grease on your food. Blech.
I only use butter if it’s essential for using in a recipe. Otherwise, I’d rather just have mustard or some other sauce.
It really depends on the mayo– I agree that the thin stuff you get in the supermarket is pretty tasteless, but homemade mayonnaise (and the stuff you get at restaurants that also make their own) can be amazing, with a flavour that’s both rich and subtle. I still wouldn’t eat a ton of it at once, but a super-thin layer of it in a sandwich or a dab of it to dip french fries into can be great.
Yeesh, mayo haters much! I wouldn’t say that much is standard though, I like the taste of mayo(it’s not flavorless and it’s not lard, it’s made from eggs) and I usually need to order extra to get both sides spread. I don’t like mustard or oil and vinegar though either, so to each their own. ;)
Hah! Your face looks like pizza. Also, I used to eat mayo with some food sprinkled on it. Then I paid for it, and I paid dearly, and your face looks like pizza.
If you can’t take the mayo, just add bacon. Because bacon makes everything better.
americans make excellent bread but bad sandwiches.
they stuff them way too much.
I doubt very much they actually use mayonnaise instead of that fluffy chemical soup they call mayonnaise but is labeled as some sort of whipped sandwich spread.
If it tastes like lard then it most likely is lard.
I like butter but its hard to actually get any from fast food places since most use cheap margarine that literally glows from all the food coloring.
That’s the only way I can imagine them staying in business with such irresponsible saucing!
Just a tip.
Mayonnaise is comprised of oil, egg yolks, mustard, vinegar (or dill pickle juice) plus salt and white or black pepper to taste. If you’d like a healthier alternative that has a similar flavor profile to mayo and also keeps your sub moist (hehe, I said moist) then consider skipping mayonnaise entirely and using oil and vinegar with mustard, salt, and pepper (to taste), to dress the bread instead.
mayo is also good if you add boiled peas, ham and carrot cubes.
I don’t know how it’s called in the resto of the world but in Italy we call it Insalata russa (Russian salad)
We also like another version called Insalata giardiniera (Gardener salad), wich is pretty much the same but with no meat and the veggies are raw and string cutted, and you can add every type of crunchy veggie you like in it
I think that has more to do with particular parts of America. Were you in the south? I’ve never had anything close to that much mayo put on a sandwich I ordered before. But then, I’m from the northwest.
This reminds me of your earlier comics about trolls.
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