aioli has garlic by default, its one of the primary ingredients in the sauce
that's equivalent to saying pine nut pesto
why would you waste the marbling on a steak to make a burger? the point of grinding the meat is you can add more fat to the mixture manually. All you've done is inflate the price of the burger by using more expensive meat to create something that tastes no different
>with au jus
I hope I don't even need to explain this one
seriously don't eat at places that do this shit, they deserve to go out of business
Basically the same as saying "cheese pizza", meaning it's plain, or perhaps has extra cheese.
Kind of dumb, but it's a way of telling people that the meat was ground on site and didn't come from 200 different animals
>with au jus
It would be more pretentious to put one thing in French, like when Giada overemphasizes her accent on Italian words. At least in 'murrica "au jus" is used as the name of the sauce.
I disagree, not all pizzas need to have cheese. Pizza is about the type of bread its on
I don't need you to say garlic aioli, I know there is garlic in it. tomato ketchup is less redundant than garlic aioli because at lest you can make it with other things.
garlic aioli = chickpea hummus, as in, yeah no shit
That's not how the word "aioli" is used anymore, but you probably know that and are just being autistic.
"Chipotle aioli" is just pureed chipotle in adobe mixed into mayonnaise.
"Pesto aioli" is just pesto mixed into mayonnaise.
You may have just gotten your copy of Escoffier, but it's been this way for decades.