This zingy, pink-tinged mayonnaise spices up an old-fashioned aspic, and it also takes the bland out of potato salad, slaw, and deviled eggs. For a lovely traditional mayonnaise, skip the paprika and cayenne, or reduce to a tiny pinch.
Looks Indian, tastes Tex-Mex: This winter stew gets its flavor from tomatoes, garlic, cumin and chiles, but the hearty texture comes from chopped collards. I prefer to use organic, salt-free canned beans and tomatoes, which I season to my own taste.
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