Condiments.

Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Stratafied, May 3, 2021 at 10:09 PM.

  1. StratoMutt

    StratoMutt Senior Stratmaster

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    It is worse than bad. Aside from the taste, there is something with the texture that nauseates me.
     
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    And Cole slaw .
     
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    What? No Mayochup?
     
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    No mayo on a burger? That’s just weird.
     
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    Mayonnaise is a man card violation.
     
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    Many seem to like it - they keep making the spoo. HeadScratchL.gif

    Miracle Whip is the Kraft madness of making things cheaper and conning the public into thinking it is somehow superior. Putrid.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miracle_Whip

    "According to Kraft archivist Becky Haglund Tousey, Kraft developed the product in house, using a patented "emulsifying machine", invented by Charles Chapman, to create a product that blended mayonnaise and less expensive salad dressing, sometimes called "boiled dressing" and "salad dressing spread". The machine, dubbed "Miracle Whip" by Chapman, ensured that the ingredients, including more than 20 spices, were thoroughly blended"
     
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    Gross.
     
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    Not a lot I get that's Kraft. Philly cream cheese (original) is pretty damn good. They have not managed to fark that up. Yet...
     
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    Looks similar to mayo ingredients wise:

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    It's not as hard as walking barefoot across the desert but...
     
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    I don't recall the name of the place, but it was a good hot dog.
     
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    Thats like me with cream corn
     
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    Rutts Hutt was probably it, they’re real famous for the fried hot dogs
     
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    Oh man, did I love that as a kid! I do not miss it.
     
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    Here’s another famous place in Jersey!
     
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    Ketchup is for bologna and cheese sandwiches
     
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    For my hot dogs it's chili, mustard, onions

    For the burger it's mayo, cheese, light onions and mushrooms if they're around. Lettuce and tomatoes or optional if they're fresh tomatoes. No red hockey pucks from the hot house

    And Claussen spears on the side
     
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    I just recalled bologna and deli case American cheese sammiches I'd fry up in a pan with a bit of butter as a kid. :) I called it hot dog meat as that is what it is similar to. Do not recall ketchup being part of it.

    Mom was good about letting me try cooking with supervision. No disasters or fires.

    I've mentioned it here before: have gas burners in the kitchen? Get a wooden handled fork and fire roast a hot dog. A trick from Mom. :thumb:
     
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    I do the occasional fried bologna. But just cheese. No other toppings. German bologna gets mayo instead of ketchup
     
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