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Old 10-20-2004, 02:38 AM   #1
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condiments/extras you couldn't go without?

i have many. very many. i think i have a severe addiction. an intervention may be in order.
and i can't just use one per food. i have to try out all different ones. i put them onto things that don't even require condiments.
if i HAD to choose, i say:
-horseradish
-worcestershire
-olives
-vinegar
i had some beef jerky earlier and i had to try it out with worcestershire, inglehoffer, yellow mustard, A-1, horseradish, hot sauce and vinegar.
i have to splash worcestershire in soups, add horseradish and mustard to lunchmeat and leftover cold roast, i eat capers on anything i can, douse udon noodles in teriyaki sauce, on and on. i have 5 kinds of mustard.
and hot sauce, oh my. that goes in beans, on cheese, pretzels, in soups, in pasta, anywhere. i love my wasabi, too. i love it! i eat capers plain and eat pickle chips minus the burger.
any other condiment junkies out there? :D

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Old 10-20-2004, 08:11 AM   #2
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hard for me to eat any type of meat sandwich without mayo. however, I prefer hot dogs and polish sausage with mustard only - no relish, onions, etc.
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Old 10-20-2004, 08:59 AM   #3
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mayo, ketchup, and vidalia onion steak sauce (better than A-1)
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Old 10-20-2004, 09:23 AM   #4
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Raw white onions and tabasco on my pizza.
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Old 10-20-2004, 10:11 AM   #5
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Well, I don't really like Mayo on anything. The only thing I use Mayo for is Tuna salad. Same thing with sweet relish, although I'm starting to use sweet relish on the hot dogs at work.

However, I like a good Dijon Mustard, or a nice Creole Mustard.
BBQ is a must. I'm from the South. We put BBQ on everything, burgers, dogs, the wife, the kids, etc. :)
Pace Medium Salsa. A must for eggs and Mexican.

That's basically it for me. However, my DW and her older two boys are more mainstream, with yellow mustard (bleck!), ketchup, mayo, cocktail sauce, and tartar sauce. My DW likes to put soy on rice. I only use soy sauce when I'm cooking.
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I can't live without Miracle Whip and mustard.. those are the main two I always have to have. When I make my tuna fish, I like to use part Miracle Whip and mayo, then I squirt alittle mustard in too.. even alittle dill pickle relish.. yummy!
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Old 10-20-2004, 11:22 AM   #7
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Mayo(Dukes only please!), mustard, ketchup, Tobasco or Texa Pete, are always in my fridge.
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Old 10-20-2004, 11:33 AM   #8
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I have always liked Mayo and 57 sauce on my hamburgers.
Mustard and sweet relish on hot dogs.
Mustard on corn dogs.
Mayo on most other sandwiches consisting sandwich meats.
And then for steak I like A-1 steak sauce or Soy sauce along with
most teriaki sauces.
I like ketchup on french fries once in a while but mostly
enjoy the fries just plain with salt.
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Old 10-20-2004, 12:05 PM   #9
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For steak it would be the sesame sauce I posted long ago. To DIE for yummy. And for wings...Franks Hot sauce.
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For steak it would be the sesame sauce I posted long ago. To DIE for yummy. And for wings...Franks Hot sauce.
When I worked as part of management for a restaurant/pub.. we always used Frank's for wings...it's awesome! For godzilla wings, we used to chop up jalapenos and just straight Frank's and whiz them around in a blender, processor... people loved it!
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