How Mayonnaise Got Its Groove Back

Ask any Russian what her favorite dish is, and chances are it contains mayonnaise . The dinner table I grew up with as a child in Moscow was often white; not the tablecloth, but the food itself, slathered with and doused in the creamy, gooey substance. Exposed to the condiment in the Communist-era '60s, Russians are obsessed with mayo to this day. Olivier salad, a mayo-heavy mixture of cubed potato, carrots and bologna, is the star of the show; ‘French-style’ meat (thin steaks covered in mayo an

Conference aimed at entrepreneurial moms takes its first baby steps

Gift bags, snacks and flowers from local companies were among the perks for attendees of In Good Company Sept. 29 at Fort Mason. Gift bags, snacks and flowers from local companies were among the perks for attendees of In Good Company Sept. 29 at Fort Mason. Gift bags, snacks and flowers from local companies were among the perks for attendees of In Good Company Sept. 29 at Fort Mason. Gift bags, snacks and flowers from local companies were among the perks for attendees of In Good Company Sept.