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Old 01-02-2005, 01:33 PM   #1
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preferences?

butter or margarine? butter, here! always!
miracle whip or mayonnaise? mayo
A-1 or other brand? alyays A-1
soy or teriyaki? teriyaki

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Old 01-02-2005, 03:14 PM   #2
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Real butter
mayonnaise
A-1
soy sauce
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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... always!
Miracle whip on sandwiches but, mayo for cooking (Deviled eggs, dips)
Salt pepper and garlic on my steak please.
Teriyaki on meat and veggies but, soy on sushi or rice
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Old 01-02-2005, 03:40 PM   #4
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Butter... Always!
Miracle Whip (except mayo for artichokes)
No sauce on a steak (but Lea & Perrin's Worcestershire Sauce in some foods)
Soy (but I like teriyaki too)

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Old 01-02-2005, 03:53 PM   #5
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Butter
Mayo
Don't like steak
Teriyaki
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Old 01-02-2005, 04:10 PM   #6
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I think we did this before, but I do not mind doing it again

BUTTER only
MAYONNAISE only
A-1, occasionally heintz 57, or my own creation of JD steak sauce
Soy, I make my own terriaki
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Old 01-02-2005, 04:11 PM   #7
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Whipped Butter
A-1
Mayo
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Re: preferences?

butter or margarine? I was raised on margarine for my bread, but I'll cook with butter, and sometimes margarine.

miracle whip or mayonnaise? I don't really like either, although I do keep some mayo around for Tuna Salad, devilled eggs, etc.

A-1 or other brand? A good steak has a nice dry rub applied to the outside. Those seasonings, and blood/juices from a medium steak are all I really need, but sometimes I do put a little A-1 on.

soy or teriyaki? I'll cook with soy, but don't like it as a condiment. I make my own Teriyaki.
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Real butter
a-1 cause thats all i've ever used
mayo
teriyaki of course
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butter, but i have to use margarine because my son is severely allergic to dairy products
A-1
Miracle whip
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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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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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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
soy
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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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