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#97

my first cubemate started Planet Ranch years ago. I always enjoyed his, “What I Ate With Ranch” posts.

http://www.planetranch.com/home.htm


#98

This is literally happening right now. Suck it, ketchup.


#99

There was a feature on the now-defunct Jezebel sub-blog Kitchenette that was stories from restaurant servers and cooks. One of the ones I remember most is the family that asked for giant bowls of ranch dressing and proceeded to use it on everything. And I do mean “everything”. They put it in their iced tea.

EDIT: It’s still up! Last story: http://kitchenette.jezebel.com/people-in-restaurants-do-the-weirdest-shit-to-their-foo-1622750716


#100

BEHIND KITCHEN DOORS! Oh man, I loved that sub!

Wait, no… Behind Closed Ovens!


#101


#102

This actually exists. Available at your local Rocket Fizz.


:game_die: Would You LIKE to Play a Game? :video_game:
#103

Ugh. No.


#104

Welp, I guess I’m starting my diet like … right this very second.


#105

You’re having slugs on your hot dogs?

Bon Appétit!


#106

Wrong on all counts. Super-duper-extra wrong on the last count. The answer you’re looking for is mayo.

:smirk_cat:

[Yes, I am evil. Why do you ask?]

@nothingfuture: Mac & cheese is a perfect application for most varieties of hot sauces. Ketchup will work in a pinch, and is the only thing that will make leftover Kraft edible, but it has to be real ketchup from the likes of Trader Joe’s.


#107

I’d love to see slugs try and live in that much salt and mustard.


#108

Maybe they’re mutant slugs with highly resistant mucus?


#109

Are we all familiar with the sordid history of ketchup? Because, let me tell you: it’s gross.


#110

Ditch the Heinz and whateverthefuck that other brand is, and get some without fake sugar. Shouldn’t have more than about 5 ingredients in it: be tomato, spices, vinegar, sugar, and a pinch of salt.


#111

Or: go big.


Roasted Tomato Ketchup. Oh holy yes (but still not on a hotdog).


#112

I don’t even eat hot dogs (no land animals in my diet, and I don’t even want to think about what might be found in Notdogs), I’m just enjoying the theatrics here.


#113

Putting salt and mustard on slugs is wrong.

If you’re gonna eat slugs do what we did when I was at summer camp: fry them in garlic butter.


#114

Disclaimer, did not read the thread yet. Why are you people at such a different time schedule?
Ketchup, when well made, is pure tomato elixir. And indeed, when used in several occasions, definitely a food group in itself. :wink:


#115

The only reason to put ketchup on a hotdog is if you’ve run out of curry sauce.


#116

Whattaya mean? It’s Ketchup time I mean dinnertime there now, isn’t it?