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11-04-2014, 11:58 AM
KC does condiments
Going to briefly give my opinion on condiments (these are the condiments that I'm the most familiar with).

1) Most common condiment - Ketchup
It's cheap and an easy go-to in a pinch. Not the best tasting, but it'll do.

2) Most disgusting condiment - Mayonnaise
Bleh. Just ugh. Fat nasty pig vomit.

3) Multi purpose condiment - Mustard
It's great because you can use it on many different foods and it greatly increases the taste ie sandwich, hamburger, tuna.

4) Best condiment to cook with - Worcestershire
It's great mixed in meats and for flavorful cooking. Not good for dipping.

5) Most acquired taste condiment - Dijon Mustard
The flavor can turn you off at first. But, once you get used to it, you really start to appreciate the flavor.

6) Most versatile condiment - Ranch
Can literally go with almost anything.

7) Most specialized condiment - Steak Sauce
It is only good on steaks. Period.

8) Hit or miss condiment - Barbecue
You can never really tell with this because there are so many specialized flavors, and if the meat isn't properly accented with the right things, barbecue sauce can actually ruin a meal.

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11-04-2014, 12:06 PM
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I really like to slather on the mayo K.C.; ooey and gooey, globing and dripping out and off the sides of a lettuce and tomato sandwich, fingers sticky with the stuff.

My cat licks up what drops on the floor.

My place is a virtual mayonnaise palace. I pray to the mayo God Bowing

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11-04-2014, 01:11 PM
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(11-04-2014 11:58 AM)kingschosen Wrote:  3) Multi purpose condiment - Mustard
It's great because you can use it on many different foods and it greatly increases the taste ie sandwich, hamburger, tuna.

Yeah, you can also use it on many different foods if you want its taste to overpower everything and make your tongue feel like it can't taste anything Dodgy

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11-04-2014, 01:18 PM
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(11-04-2014 11:58 AM)kingschosen Wrote:  Going to briefly give my opinion on condiments (these are the condiments that I'm the most familiar with).

1) Most common condiment - Ketchup
It's cheap and an easy go-to in a pinch. Not the best tasting, but it'll do.

2) Most disgusting condiment - Mayonnaise
Bleh. Just ugh. Fat nasty pig vomit.

3) Multi purpose condiment - Mustard
It's great because you can use it on many different foods and it greatly increases the taste ie sandwich, hamburger, tuna.

4) Best condiment to cook with - Worcestershire
It's great mixed in meats and for flavorful cooking. Not good for dipping.

5) Most acquired taste condiment - Dijon Mustard
The flavor can turn you off at first. But, once you get used to it, you really start to appreciate the flavor.

6) Most versatile condiment - Ranch
Can literally go with almost anything.

7) Most specialized condiment - Steak Sauce
It is only good on steaks. Period.

8) Hit or miss condiment - Barbecue
You can never really tell with this because there are so many specialized flavors, and if the meat isn't properly accented with the right things, barbecue sauce can actually ruin a meal.

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11-04-2014, 01:20 PM
RE: KC does condiments
Mayo in baked beans, don't knock till you try it.

Mustard is great because there are zero calories.

Steak sauce is great on burgers.

That is all.

And you forgot salsa.

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11-04-2014, 01:21 PM
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(11-04-2014 12:06 PM)Dee Wrote:  I really like to slather on the mayo K.C.; ooey and gooey, globing and dripping out and off the sides of a lettuce and tomato sandwich, fingers sticky with the stuff.

My cat licks up what drops on the floor.

My place is a virtual mayonnaise palace. I pray to the mayo God Bowing

This! How dare you besmirch the wonder of mayonnaise?

Mayo on a burger with some bacon on it is beyond amazing. Drooling

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11-04-2014, 01:50 PM (This post was last modified: 11-04-2014 02:43 PM by Anjele.)
RE: KC does condiments
(11-04-2014 11:58 AM)kingschosen Wrote:  1) Most common condiment - Ketchup - agreed


2) Most disgusting condiment - Mayonnaise - only good for making tuna salad, otherwise agreed
Bleh. Just ugh.

3) Multi purpose condiment - Mustard - agreed

4) Best condiment to cook with - Worcestershire - best ingredient in almost everything

5) Most acquired taste condiment - Dijon Mustard - learned to like it

6) Most versatile condiment - Ranch - see Mayo - I can't like it

7) Most specialized condiment - Steak Sauce - A good steak shouldn't need steak sauce...just sayin'

8) Hit or miss condiment - Barbecue - depends on the kind, very hit or miss - agreed

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11-04-2014, 02:11 PM
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Ketchup
Disgusting, taste isn't too awful but the smell is just...yuck

Mayonnaise
Amazing. Love it. On everything. Especially in chili or slopped onto sopes de al pastor with really spicy avocado sauce.

Mustard
Mustard is a nice flavor enhancer in foods like tuna salad, potato salad, deviled eggs, or cheese ball. I don't like it on things like hamburgers because it's too strong and it over powers the food. Now, honey mustard, that is good on everything!

Worcestershire
Great for cooking. Also great for chex mix, and making any kind of dip that has cream cheese.

Dijon Mustard
What is this?

Ranch
I like ranch. It's good with pretty much any food that you can eat with condiments.

Steak Sauce
I don't like steak except like the super thin sliced bistec but I eat it with salsa and avocados and stuff.
But I do enjoy A1 on a cheese burger occasionally.

Barbecue
I like barbecue sauce. A lot. My favorite is Jack Daniels original barbecue sauce. It's so tasty.

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11-04-2014, 02:14 PM
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Someone get me out if here I am so hungry now

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11-04-2014, 02:45 PM
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I'm obsessed with sesame steak sauce right now. It's so delicious!
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