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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by Eddd, Nov 18, 2020.
Usually a spicy brown mustard or Frank's buffalo or hot sauce.
Do you eat the ice cream and the dogs together ?
I can see that.
Why? Ketchup and/or catsup is its own food group.
Is there any other way?
No other way,just like chocolate cake and sardines ,yummmm.
In RI we have Rhode Island Hot Wieners, something we probably stole from NY. Venders line them up on their forearm and load them up with your choice of "fixins". If you say "all the way" they get the works, everything from meat sauce and onions to arm hair and sweat.
I put Ketchup on my Ketchup
Have you ever had the hot dogs at Lebelle in Lachute?
The only thing I use ketchup for is french fries. I prefer the Chicago style dog. Probably because I'm from Chicago and grew up with that. I won't go full ketchup **** on anyone for their preference though!
Native Texan here.
Ketchup on a hotdog, burger, or especially steak will get you punched in your face.
Ketchup is for children, the cutoff age is about 10.
Fries are allowed.
No. It's gross...
That Jr has beautiful bevels ! What year is it ?
You're not tempted to put a P94 in it ? The routing being quite far from the bridge would give it a really fat and rich tone.
On meat pie only, if homemade fruit ketchup is unavailable.
Is that right? How do you order your What-a-burger?
Is this a safe space to mention...Miracle Whip?
Although I do like ketchup on a burger I agree 100% on ketchup and steak. I'm not sure we can be freinds after that. A cow did not give its life for you to order steak well done or for you to put ketchup on it. That's just plain disrespectful.
If it can't be a child cheese dog--then ketchup, maybe onions.
But I rarely eat hot dogs any more.
Hotdogs? New York style: mustard, relish, sauerkraut.