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Old 01-02-2005, 07:04 PM   #11
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All the fat, all the way... heck, even fresh mayo when I have the time.

Although I do prefer soy over teriyaky, especially pearl river dark mushroom soysauce which is some of the cheapest, best soysauce out there.

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Old 01-02-2005, 07:08 PM   #12
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Butter or margerine? My Becel margerine, tho' its not available in the USA

Steak Sauce? NO! Diana, if any, but not A1!

Used to be Miracle Whip, intil I read the ingredients! Now changed over to mayo!

Changed to teriyaki...

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Old 01-05-2005, 02:06 PM   #13
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Re: preferences?

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butter or margarine? butter, here! always!
miracle whip or mayonnaise? mayo
A-1 or other brand? alyays A-1
soy or teriyaki? teriyaki
butter, never touch the other stuff
mayo but only on certain things and then used sparingly, not too fond of it myself
I don't use store bought steak sauce
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Old 01-05-2005, 02:21 PM   #14
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butter or margarine? always butter, especially on pancakes, french toast, and grilled corn
miracle whip or mayonnaise? I like miracle whip with a slice of honey-glazed ham on good thick-sliced country wheat bread...and aged sharp cheddar
A-1 or other brand? I like A1 and Worcestershire sauce.. I prefer A1 on my burgers... Worcestershire on my T-bone steak
soy or teriyaki? soy for a great stir-fry with baby shrimp, bamboo shoots, baby carrots/corn, water chestnuts, and long grain rice..... teriyaki, I would use to baste a beef kabob..... skewered chunks of sirloin with onion, gr pepper, zucchini.... maybe even chunks of kielbasa

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