Scrambled eggs, chocolate cake and 8 other unique ways to use Duke’s Mayonnaise

Founder Eugenia Duke originally started selling sandwiches, complete with her homemade mayonnaise, at Camp Sevier, a National Guard Training Camp in the late 1910s. While the sandwiches themselves were a huge success, it was the mayonnaise recipe that proved most popular; in 1923 she began selling the spread as its own standalone product. It is still sold, using almost exactly the same recipe, 100 years later.

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