Re: Ketchup Tips
- From: zekfrivo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (GregS)
- Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 13:27:13 GMT
In article <4c3cf845$0$23734$ec3e2dad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, hrbrickerNOSPAM@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
On 13-Jul-2010, zekfrivo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (GregS) wrote:
In article <t0ghgfj3l3vz$.dlg@xxxxxxxxxxx>, Sqwertz
On Tue, 13 Jul 2010 15:08:31 GMT, GregS wrote:
Is it not stupid to eat fries that have been salted and add salted
You would probably put ketchup on hot dogs.
I put ketchup on hot dogs and so do several million others. In
fact I've never seen a hot dog vendor that did not offer ketchup
along with mustard and other condiments. Now, if you want
to travel to Germany, you;ll likely find many vendors that do
not offer ketchup. But then tomatoes are not a prolific crop
in Germany and folks tend to eat what they have. It's also
amazing that I grew up not knowing that I was supposed to
have an aversion to salt until I was over 40..
Oh I'm sure I have seen a shop on TV that was strickly no ketchup.
Even Dirty Harry knows. Its right there in his dialog.
Usually I like just onions and yellow mustard. I'll eat the
brown mustard too, but I like it sour, and I love crout.
I would only eat beans and cheese on the side dish.
Ketchup and dogs is basically sickening. The first
time I had it when I was a kid, I barfed. Mustard cuts the grease.
I also like relish of some sort. But, absolutely have to have onions.
There is a popular shop here that has unusual topping sauce.
Jim's sauce. I would describe it mildly mustardy, but
its light brown sauce. The story was, he did not want to
sell the recipe to Heinz.
On the other side, I'm perfectly happy eating hot sausage sandwiches.
I think when it cooked in a tomatoe sauce it OK.
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