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    Re: Practice Safe Eating: Use a Condiment

    I like ketchup. I put it on hot dogs. It tastes good.
    I donít put it on brats and not because itís a kids thing. I donít put it on because it doesnít taste good on brats.

    Hot dogs: ketchup and mustard. Good relish, dill preferred.
    Brats: mustard. If itís a flavored brat I put extras on. Chili cheese brats get shredded cheddar and sour cream. Pizza brats get red sauce and mozzarella. For instance.
    Burgers: bun, dill pickles, k+m, cheese (not melted on grill preferred), lettuce, burger, mayo, bun
    Chicken sandwiches: always mayo
    Fries, hash browns: ketchup
    Sweet potato fries: aioli of some sort, herbs de Provence are good.
    Carrots: poppy seed dressing or bbq sauce (fight me)
    Steak: nothing that didnít come from the steak itself
    Deli sandwich: sometimes mayo, usually Tabasco chipotle, usually one of five kinda of mustard (brown/deli, yellow, honey, stone ground, Dijon), sometimes horseradish sauce (I think itís silverspring applewood - the stuff is insane)
    Pizza: nothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
    Steak: nothing that didnít come from the steak itself
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    Putting ketchup on brats is a crime against humanity. If you are not lucky enough to live in the Secret Stadium Sauce distribution area (or able to buy it online), mustard is acceptable. Ketchup is not.

    Generally speaking, Inglehoffer makes a pickle-flavored mustard. It is amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by state of hockey View Post
    Vinegar. I vastly prefer it to ketchup on fries.
    Fair play. I like malt vinegar on fish and chips about twice a year.

    And yes, brown mustard is the way to go most of the time. Occasionally, the neon yellow stuff is more appropriate (like on a coney or Chicago dog).

    What about our thoughts on sour cream? Hummus? BBQ sauce?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jen View Post
    Putting ketchup on brats is a crime against humanity
    Yes. Even on hot dogs it should be a felony.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jen View Post
    If you are not lucky enough to live in the Secret Stadium Sauce distribution area (or able to buy it online) ...
    That available at Woodman's? If so, I foresee myself making a road trip to Kenosha soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jen View Post
    Putting ketchup on brats is a crime against humanity. If you are not lucky enough to live in the Secret Stadium Sauce distribution area (or able to buy it online), mustard is acceptable. Ketchup is not.

    Generally speaking, Inglehoffer makes a pickle-flavored mustard. It is amazing.
    No, it's not. It's a personal preference. The only thing childish about brats and ketchup are the people who throw a tantrum about people who do it. (NOt saying you're throwing a tantrum, but I know people who do.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
    No, it's not. It's a personal preference. The only thing childish about brats and ketchup are the people who throw a tantrum about people who do it.
    I would not call any food choice "childish" (I personally would consume an entire bag of circus peanuts happily if not physically constrained). But catsup as a sweet condiment on certain meats which already have sweetness (hot dogs, brats) is... ew. Fully adult ew, but ew nonetheless.

    Catsup on burgers, OTOH... heaven.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
    No, it's not. It's a personal preference. The only thing childish about brats and ketchup are the people who throw a tantrum about people who do it. (NOt saying you're throwing a tantrum, but I know people who do.)

    If it feels good, do it.
    As a native of the Chicagoland area who recognizes that ketchup tastes bad, I agree with this. Now, I believe that ketchup tastes bad on anything, but the root of the ketchup on hot dog thing isn't really that it's for kids. It really is because ketchup is particularly gross on a hot dog. I mean, it's gross on everything, but it's especially gross on a hot dog. It just doesn't mix well with the other things that go on a hot dog.

    But the people who get bent out of shape about it are pretty crazy.

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    Adults eat store bought Ketchup?
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    Re: Practice Safe Eating: Use a Condiment

    Quote Originally Posted by walrus View Post
    Adults eat store bought Ketchup?
    Yes. I'm a grad student on top of having a full time job. I don't have time to make ketchup.

    We all don't have the same amount of time as you.
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    Re: Practice Safe Eating: Use a Condiment

    Quote Originally Posted by walrus View Post
    Adults eat store bought Ketchup?
    Pretentious much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
    Pretentious much?
    He could also be trolling. He does that from time to time.

    That said, if you're white and middle class or higher (and 95% of the posters here are), you're probably pretentious about at least a few things in your life. I'll allow it.

    Plus hasn't walrus said something before about dietary restrictions he has to follow?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
    He could also be trolling. He does that from time to time.

    That said, if you're white and middle class or higher (and 95% of the posters here are), you're probably pretentious about at least a few things in your life. I'll allow it.

    Plus hasn't walrus said something before about dietary restrictions he has to follow?
    Fair enough

    Fair enough.

    That had literally nothing to do with dietary restrictions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    I would not call any food choice "childish" (I personally would consume an entire bag of circus peanuts happily if not physically constrained). But catsup as a sweet condiment on certain meats which already have sweetness (hot dogs, brats) is... ew. Fully adult ew, but ew nonetheless.

    Catsup on burgers, OTOH... heaven.
    I knew you were OK in my book.

    Steak and sauce? Just a dab, just to see how it feels. Maybe. Same with ribs (dry rub all the way overall). Any sauce should enhance the flavor, not take it over. Like adding salt to food, etc.

    I should add, on the note of salt, unless it's corn on the cob or green beans, I don't put salt on anything.
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    Hellman's came out with a ketchup that's sweetened with honey instead of sugar. Me likey.
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    Wait, what's the alternative to store bought ketchup? Like, making it myself?

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    I'm trying to think of something more hipster than homemade ketchup. All I can come up with is maybe homemade ketchup made from some fruit other than tomato.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duper View Post
    I'm trying to think of something more hipster than homemade ketchup. All I can come up with is maybe homemade ketchup made from some fruit other than tomato.
    That green ketchup stuff? Maybe?

    Also: salsa? Condiment, or base, or both?
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