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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Snattlerake, Apr 6, 2021.
I didn't even know that existed until a few months ago, but that's good stuff.
Green eggs, ham and ketchup.
Wifey puts ketchup on about everything, I like ranch or BBQ sauce...do like Whataburger spicy ketchup.
Hi everyone. My name is Mac, and I was a ketchup baby...
The Doc took Mom off salt completely when she was carryin' me (she was 39 when I was born), and apparently she put ketchup on EVERYTHING for flavor. I may have literally had it in my veins.
I do love the stuff (bread dipped in ketchup has always been a favorite snack), but I don't put it on everything. Not usually on chicken/turkey, eggs, or hot dogs, for example. But beef, pork, and seafood often get it applied liberally. And of course, french fries.
It's just tomato gravy...
I use more mustard than catsup( sandwichs, corndogs,eggs,hashbrowns,french fries) but i like my steaks dry i wont to taste the flavor and tell if it was cooked right or just hastely throwed on the fire by someone that dont know how to cook a steak, pork, chicken and fish the same way dry. I use to eat rach dressing on my salads til i discovered there is other things to put on it that makes it taste a whole lot better.
Oh NO! Whatever will Grumpy do??
Never been a tomato or ketchup fan. Although I do like Whataburger’s hot fries ketchup, and Freddie’s fries sauce.
For me, I’m more of a French’s mustard and Hellman’s mayonnaise guy. I put that combo on everything from sandwiches to burgers.
And, as a transplant from “Mizzsippy,” I can attest to the fact they ranch dressing for fries is a staple there as well.
I have found a new product recently, Heinz “Mayomust,” it is actually good, and in the same ratio that I put on my burgers etc.
I have tried Heinz’s ‘Mayocue’ and “Mayochup,” believe it or not they were both good.
We now keep these on hand to use while picnicking at State Parks in OK. It’s WAY more convenient carrying two condiments in one vs multiple bottles!
“Watch your six, count your rounds, and keep your powder dry.”
I could not load the article but think it has to do about a shortage in foodservice packets of ketchup. I have not heard of any issues with retail brand and their supply.