Blue Plate Mayonnaise

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Item #: 10032
Blue Plate Mayonnaise is a staple in any New Orleanians pantry. Try Blue Plate Mayonnaise on your next sandwich or po-boy. It is also great in potato salad due to its smooth creamy texture. If you are in New Orleans don't forget to ask for your po-boy dressed (lettuce, tomato, and pickles) and Blue Plate mayonnaise. For a spicier mayonnaise, try TABASCO Spicy Mayonnaise.
$5.35

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Thumbs up!! Review by Karen Dodge (Posted on 7/18/2014)
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Two thumbs up for Blue Plate Mayonnaise!!!
FANTASTIC !!! Review by cbh8383 (Posted on 7/18/2014)
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Takes me back to the days when "Hellman's" tasted like this. This product is great, will order again.
Blue Plate Mayo Review by Chuck (Posted on 7/18/2014)
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Best tasting Mayo I've ever had. Wish it were available here in MA. Full rich flavor.
MAYO' WHO KNEW?' Review by Idahogran (Posted on 7/18/2014)
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As a fan of Best Foods or Hellman's for years; I just thought they were the best. Little did I know. After seeing Blue Plate being rated the best tasting on America's Test Kitchen, I had to try it. WOW! What a difference. So much richer and not at all expensive, even with postage. Do yourself a favor & give this mayo a try. Every bit as good as 'home-made'!
Hard to believe people live without Blue Plate Mayo. Review by Louis (Posted on 7/18/2014)
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The Blue Plate Mayo was wonderful as always. It is hard to believe people live without it. The french bread was great. Zapp's potato chips where as tasty as ever, I really miss them too.

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In the late 1920s, Mr. J. B. Geiger, a chemical engineer, was working for a subsidiary company of Wesson-Snowdrift Oil. When they bought out another company, the new employees were assigned to produce mayonnaise, which was growing in popularity. Mr. Geiger headed the research team, and within three years the plant was up and running. The plant soon had its own label Blue Plate and had expanded to include other products such as peanut butter, jams and jellies. The mayonnaise itself was made in a Gretna, LA warehouse. In 1941, it was decided that the new division of the Wesson-Snowdrift Company needed its own home. A site was found at 1315 S. Jefferson Davis Parkway. In 1974, Blue Plate Foods was purchased by the Wm. B. Reily company that bought the Jefferson Davis site as well. Reily Foods, another New Orleans tradition, also produces CDM coffee and Luzianne Tea.

Customer Reviews

Thumbs up!! Review by Karen Dodge (Posted on 7/18/2014)
Product
Two thumbs up for Blue Plate Mayonnaise!!!
FANTASTIC !!! Review by cbh8383 (Posted on 7/18/2014)
Product
Takes me back to the days when "Hellman's" tasted like this. This product is great, will order again.
Blue Plate Mayo Review by Chuck (Posted on 7/18/2014)
Product
Best tasting Mayo I've ever had. Wish it were available here in MA. Full rich flavor.
MAYO' WHO KNEW?' Review by Idahogran (Posted on 7/18/2014)
Product
As a fan of Best Foods or Hellman's for years; I just thought they were the best. Little did I know. After seeing Blue Plate being rated the best tasting on America's Test Kitchen, I had to try it. WOW! What a difference. So much richer and not at all expensive, even with postage. Do yourself a favor & give this mayo a try. Every bit as good as 'home-made'!
Hard to believe people live without Blue Plate Mayo. Review by Louis (Posted on 7/18/2014)
Product
The Blue Plate Mayo was wonderful as always. It is hard to believe people live without it. The french bread was great. Zapp's potato chips where as tasty as ever, I really miss them too.

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