Condiments.

Mouse

The Knees of Rock
Apr 25, 2012
23,900
New Jersey
I'm fairly comfortable with most condiments (even the apparently loathsome ketchup) and will mix and match depending on my mood. I am however happy that no one brought up this hipster favorite. I have an irrational yet strong hatred toward the stuff...so much so I refuse to type it's name here.


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BelairPlayer

Strat-Talker
Apr 3, 2012
443
Northern California
The only meals that should come with ketchup on anything are Happy Meals because ketchup is a child’s condiment. Holy §[¥#! Ketchup on a burger? Barfsville. Too think that poor cow died to have its corpse desecrated with such disregard.
 

Guy Named Sue

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Feb 11, 2015
27,639
Terra Incognita
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rcole_sooner

Most Honored Senior Member
Mar 11, 2010
9,800
Oklahoma City, OK
To each their own.

I'm pretty big on mustard on my burgers and dogs, but am really very flexible other choices as well.

I go through a big bottle of this every few weeks.

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Miotch

Most Honored Senior Member
Jun 28, 2011
5,345
ok
I have literally saved millions of calories and thousands of dollars in my 60 years simply because I loathe condiments. Meat, bread and sometimes cheese. Everyone says I'm weird, but I just like them that way and always have. Never liked mayo, ketchup nor mustard. Don't like any garden on my burgers either.
 

Mouse

The Knees of Rock
Apr 25, 2012
23,900
New Jersey
The only meals that should come with ketchup on anything are Happy Meals because ketchup is a child’s condiment. Holy §[¥#! Ketchup on a burger? Barfsville. Too think that poor cow died to have its corpse desecrated with such disregard.

I'm pretty sure once you've been ground down into a fine mush, the condiment that adorns you is the least of your problems. ;)
 

Tremoluxer

Strat-O-Master
Gold Supporting Member
Jul 28, 2020
514
Ypsilanti, Michigan
Catsup is for fries and fries alone.

I'm very particular about the ingredients, so I'm going into detail.

Burgers
  • Onions: always a sweet variety, e.g., Walla Walla, Vidalia, or Maui
  • Mustard: always French's yellow (Plochman's yellow mustard, as good but bottle shape is a no-go bothers arthritis)
  • Pickles: Kroger brand "Hamburger Dill Fast Food Chips"
  • Cheese: always Boar's Head White American (real cheese doesn't even come close to the gooeyness factor)
  • Bun: white Ballpark or locally-baked if available
  • Beef: 90-95% lean (a concession for my arteries)
  • Seasoning: Lawrey's Seasoned Salt or steak rub depending on burger style
  • A1 Steak Sauce
Burger A: mustard, pickles, raw or sautéed onion, cheese
Burger B: A1 Sauce, carmelized onions (occasionally plus cheese)

Hot dogs
  • Onions: always a sweet variety, e.g., Walla Walla, Vidalia, or Maui
  • Mustard: always French's yellow
  • Chili: no beans, ever! Tony Packo's, Hormel, or a local brand -- Detroit is the hot dog chili aka "Coney Sauce" capital of the world
  • Bun: white Ballpark or a locally-baked if available
  • Dogs: natural casing Koegel's (local) Viennas (beef and pork) or Chicken Viennas, (my wife doesn't eat red meat). I dislike all-beef dogs, IMO the flavor is one-dimensional and just too beefy
Hot dog A: mustard, and lots of it, raw onion
Hot dog B: only mustard, lots more of it
Hot dog C: chili, mustard, onions
 


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