Almost 2 years ago I purchased a prohibitively expensive and exceptional stove. It has provided me with so much cooking enjoyment, that I have been known to sit on the floor while eating a little bit of lunch, and just stare at my Wolf range.
I can't believe I have just admitted what I did. Be that as it may, I have formed a friendship with one of the people who works for Wolf, and from time to time recipes have been tossed back and forth.
Believe me, I know from white truffles, foie gras, and all sorts of luxury ingredients and recipes. The following recipe is at the complete opposite end of the spectrum---but that's fine with me, because one day I could be craving risotto with shaved white truffle, and the next day it's creamed tuna in patty shells. Guess I'm a food whore.
In any event, my Wolf connection sends me a recipe to dip pretzels in. It sounded so odd to me, that I had to give it a try---and our little family of two is really enjoying it.
1 cup sugar
1 cup Miracle Whip (I used Kraft Mayonnaise instead)
4 tbsp. vegetable oil
4 tbsp. yellow mustard (I used regular French's Mustard as opposed to any type of Dijon style mustard)
3 tsp. Garlic powder (I use dried granulated garlic as opposed to garlic powder)
Blend the above
Enjoy it if you feel like experimenting. When all of the ingredients are wisked together, the ending dip emulsifies into an unexpected texture. No one would know that Mayonnaise is a part of the recipe.
Obviously this is a fairly big recipe. I "thirded" it.