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    The Condiments Thread

    as I get older I enjoy spicy + vinegary + strong foods a lot more
    so condiments are more important to me

    what are your faves?

    I'm so into this at the moment:



    this is great too:



    I LOVE Branston Pickle, still have not found it yet in Montreal:



    lately been trying this out, but I think I need the spicy one


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    hands down the best BBQ sauce I've ever had

    otherwise, I'm not a condiment person. I even eat my salads dry

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    Lately I dip chicken strips in regular old yellow mustard and I just can't get enough of it.

    Also, regarding vinegary foods, I love sea salt and vinegar potato chips.
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    fry sauce. it's regional, just a ketchup/mayo mix with other ingredients like dill pickle brine, sometimes sugar, etc.

    no, it's not thousand island.

    this brand is only so-so, but it's available at most supermarkets in utah and idaho:

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    Mang Tomas All Purpose Sauce. I haven't had it in a while, but was quickly reminded as to why it was one of my favorites when I did.



    I also didn't try A1 Steak Sauce that much either, but I want to try it again, as I loved trying it with burgers and corned beef, and still have yet to try it with beef jerky.



    As for a long-time favorite, I definitely have to go with French's Honey Mustard.



    There's a couple more, but I just thought of leaving it at that for now.

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    I eat anything with chipotle sause.

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    I can't find any store in Canada that carries this shit for a decent price, but it's fucking delicious and I want more.


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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    Lately I dip chicken strips in regular old yellow mustard and I just can't get enough of it.
    Honey Mustard or Plum sauce for me but hell yes!

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    Sorry for ending the thread early, everyone, but this is still the bestest:


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    I'm a huge condiments connoisseur. Any fans of soy sauce here? I've recently become a sucker for these little devils.



    Also, since I'm Greek, I can't resist mentioning my beloved tzatziki.


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    Like putting this in my soup and on my pizza...



    at 6 million scoville units its got some kick.

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    I picked up on Matty Matheson's recipe for his Matty's Pattys cheeseburger, and now I only put this combo on any burgers I make. It's diced dill pickles and onions (I tend to go very light on the onion, or else skip it entirely if there's already some cooked into the chuck) mixed into 2 parts yellow mustard, 1 part ketchup, 1 part mayo. Simple, friggin' delicious, and helps if you shake your exposed beer gut over the top while mixing it like an alcoholic in recovery's ritual incantation:

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    Huge Sriracha fan!


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    Quote Originally Posted by botley View Post
    I picked up on Matty Matheson's recipe for his Matty's Pattys cheeseburger, and now I only put this combo on any burgers I make. It's diced dill pickles and onions (I tend to go very light on the onion, or else skip it entirely if there's already some cooked into the chuck) mixed into 2 parts yellow mustard, 1 part ketchup, 1 part mayo. Simple, friggin' delicious, and helps if you shake your exposed beer gut over the top while mixing it like an alcoholic in recovery's ritual incantation:

    ...Wow. Is that a video about a burger sauce, or existentialism?

    Either way, it looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Channard View Post
    ...Wow. Is that a video about a burger sauce, or existentialism?

    Either way, it looks good.
    Highly recommend watching all of the other episodes.

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