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Old 04-20-2011, 11:18 PM   #31
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I hate ketchup and don't use it on anything. I am not a fan of "yellow" mustard either, though I love dijon or stone ground or a sweet / honey mustard, but I use those to cook with not to really smear on anything. Probably because I'm not a huge sandwich fan, I guess? I don't know. Maybe I'm just weird.
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I hate ketchup and don't use it on anything. I am not a fan of "yellow" mustard either, though I love dijon or stone ground or a sweet / honey mustard, but I use those to cook with not to really smear on anything. Probably because I'm not a huge sandwich fan, I guess? I don't know. Maybe I'm just weird.
Have you ever tried a good homemade ketsup? I used to detest the sweet, icky stuff. My ex used a lot of it. I ended up with a whole lot of tomatoes and had already canned a bunch and made tomato relish (and canned it). So, I figured, what the heck, I'll make some ketsup for him.

Oh my! What a difference. It was so tasty (apparently ketsup means "taste" in some South East Asian language) I was realy surprised. I even put it on my eggs!
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Old 04-20-2011, 11:48 PM   #33
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Have you ever tried a good homemade ketsup?
I have not! Do you have one you'd be willing to share for me to try?
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Old 04-21-2011, 12:09 AM   #34
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I have not! Do you have one you'd be willing to share for me to try?
Tasty Tomato Catsup

It makes a lot, which can be inconvenient. It's best to make it when the tomatoes are cheap at the farmer's market or you have a lot of tomatoes from the garden.

I had a canning party with some friends. We took turns stirring and shared the results.
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I hate ketchup and don't use it on anything. I am not a fan of "yellow" mustard either, though I love dijon or stone ground or a sweet / honey mustard, but I use those to cook with not to really smear on anything. Probably because I'm not a huge sandwich fan, I guess? I don't know. Maybe I'm just weird.
I like yellow mustard and hate dijon and honey mustard!
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Old 04-21-2011, 01:07 AM   #36
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I like yellow mustard and hate dijon and honey mustard!
So I probably shouldn't send you a bottle of horseradish mustard? LOL!!!
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ooh Thanks, Taxlady. 18-lbs of tomatoes is a huge amount! but I'll do some digging around to see if I can find one that makes a smaller batch using yours as a guideline.

Barbara, I guess we'd have to have a BYOC (bring your own condiment) kind of lunch together! heheh
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So I probably shouldn't send you a bottle of horseradish mustard? LOL!!!
Actually I kind of like that sometimes. I have a bottle in the fridge.
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I almost forgot, when I make Braunschweiger and cheese sandwiches, I like to use Miracle Whip and a little wasabi.
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I detest icky ketchup, too.
But I love Heinz ketchup!

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