Fries with Bearnaise sauce stands head-and-shoulders above all other options. Trust me on this!
That’s just fancy mayo with some green bits in it.
I neglected to top the list with “gravy and cheese curds” but that’s not really just fries anymore and a whole nother dish of its own.
Not at all. Mayo is oil emulsified with something tart via the power of raw, usually whole, eggs. Bearnaise is a hot cooked sauced of clarified butter emulsified with specifically vinegar using cooked egg yolks and flavored with herbs. They’re related. But Bearnaise is basically dressed up hollandaise. Its harder to make, doesn’t keep as well, and has a hell of a lot more going on than mayo.
Prefer Mayo on fries. Bearnaise is best on roasted potatoes and steak.
Best sauce on chips is all of them. At once. Including toum.
When I was about ten years old, I insisted that I was going to market a condiment which had ketchup and mustard in the same bottle, called “Barf-o Juice”. But I can’t remember why.
:game_die: Would You LIKE to Play a Game? :video_game:
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I could have sworn this existed. But it looks like its just one of those presumably brilliant ideas everyone is always going on about.
Though given how this worked out:
I doubt it’d be too useful. They some how put both the worst peanut butter and the worst jelly in there and thought it was a good idea.
My fellow Americans…there is but one way to eat a dog that is hot, and that is without your Godless condiments, without your Commie ketchup or Liberal mustard. Eat that processed animal flesh the way that the Founding Fathers intended us to - naked and in amounts that would make an average human being physically ill
I thought it was a beverage.
I got your four food groups:
Where milk is plentiful, gov’mint cheese is real, somewhat unaged cheese rather than processed-cheese-food-product.
Do you really want to get into a black pudding throwdown?
Going for a walk now.