Deviled eggs are completely wrong without it, too.
I hate cutsie, nonsensical, throw-random-shit-together-and-hope-it-memes Venn diagrams.
That one, however, appears to be completely correct.
So… what are those, exactly? Seasoned Mayo?
Brad: Okay, here’s your preparation stuff. You got your sliced tomatoes, shredded lettuce, secret sauce…
Arnold: What’s the secret sauce?
Brad: Thousand Island dressing. What’s the secret sauce at Bronco Burger?
Arnold: Ketchup and mayonnaise.
Fast Times at Ridgemont High
My Tía ran a cafeteria in Central America, and one day I visited for lunch. She was making a vat, like 10+ gallons of “salsa rosada” because that’s how much they went through during a lunch shift. I’m not sure what exactly it was used for, because once I learned that it was basically mayo and ketchup, I stuck with arroz y frijoles for lunch.
Actually, for a few months I lived with her and her family. There was never any food in the house, because they all cooked all day. So I was left to my own devices, which was fine because “salsa rosada”?!?!? nothankyouverymuch.
Yeah, here in Tijuana, I see street vendors buying bulk food items all the time, except condiments like ketchup.
The stuff down here never seems the same, and it slowly dawned on me that they’re making do by watering it down a bit to make it last longer.
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Salad Sandwich Cream on hot dogs? Just kidding.
Anything is allowed on bad hot dogs.
Anything nicer than bad hot dogs should at least be a good ketchup or any given mustard.
And with this heretical statement, the flames of the condiment wars are fanned anew.
New find at the Asian market - Bulldog Tonkatsu sauce. Actually reminds me a lot of HP Sauce. Kind of fruity.