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  • on October 13, 2014

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    Excellent and easy. Used my mandoline to easily julienne the veggies. On a tip from uberChef Yottam Ottolenghi I used lemon juice on the celriac and apple after cutting to stop browning. Have made it w/homemade mayo and top quality store brought, both with excellent results. Love the fennel seed. Added a small handful of chopped organic walnuts:this was great, adding excellent flavor and crunch. When my Granny Smith apples were surprisingly lackluster I boosted ithe apple flavor by adding 1.5 t apple balsamic vinegar and a pinch of organic sugar; worked magic. Goos with 2x the apple. Also, did add a tad of very finely sliced parsly...perfection. I like this recipre because the flavors are light and refreshing; some remoulades use capers, mustard, and cornichons and tend to have a heavier, tart presence that I find less appealing. This version could go very nicely with grilled chicken sausages or a nice roasted chicken, etc.

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  • on February 02, 2014

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    forget the apple ! all you need is homemade mayo, julienne celery root, lots of lemon juice, salt and white pepper - and do not cook the celery root before hand, the lemon juice will cook it enough -
    annie the frog

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  • on July 18, 2012

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    OMG! This is so good! In a pinch I used regular mayo and didn't have any celery root, so I used jicama instead. It turned out great but I can't wait to use the home-made mayo and celery root like the recipe calls for. Laura is genius with simply delicious French fare.

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  • on June 08, 2012

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    I tape Laura from time to time, her food is really delicious. This recipe is fresh and light. Over the summer I find that I will probably make in place of coleslaw.

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  • on February 27, 2012

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    Fabulous, elegant, the mayo was fun to make & utterly delectible~!

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  • on February 26, 2012

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    I may never be able to go back to store bought mayonnaise. Easy and delicious!

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  • on October 25, 2011

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    YUM! This was good even when I made it with prepared mayonnaise in a pinch. Laura Calder has definitely taken over in my estimation as the host of the best cooking show on TV. Everything I've made of hers is fantastic, and it really is as easy as she makes it look!!

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