Blackened Cajun Mayo

  • Posted June 4, 2008 by Dadlak in Various. Viewed 3984 times
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My daughter and I are puzzled by Burger King's promotion of their use of “blackened Cajun mayo” in the new “Indy Double Whopper”.

As a cooking technique, blackening usually means that a substance (fish, chicken, beef) is coated with pepper and seared on a very hot surface. How this could be done with mayonnaise is a real mystery.

Another mystery is how Indiana Jones has anything to do with Cajun culture.

Marketing is so much fun!

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      2008.06.05 Edited

      [b]damned "marketing consultant"!!! love Indy, love burgers, cannot stand this kind of falsification!!!
      great funny post, there is always something to learn :):):)[/b]