1 tbsp mustard (english is good)
salt & pepper
2 egg yolks
1 1/4 cups oil (olive, sunflower..)
1 tbsp vinegar (white is good)
* Beat together mustard, salt, pepper, and yolks.
* Add oil a few drops at a time, beating into the egg
mixture until fluffy (add until you have no more oil
left or are bored)
* Add vinegar a few drops at a time, beating into the
egg and oil mixture until fluffy. This will cause the
mixture to lighten in colour and smell and taste as
mayonaise should. More vinegar can be added to taste.
* Use within 5 days.
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