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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

I am actually not very picky and will eat or at least try most anything with the exception of organs and entrails.


Amen to that, my bruthuh!!!

No liver either!!!


Liver is my worst of organs. My parents loved liver and onions. Except for the nauseating smell I looked forward to their L&O dinners as I got a hamburger.Big smile  


I doubt there's enough ketchup, mustard (yellow or brown), barbeque sauce, hot sauce or horse radish in the world to cover up the oddly nasty taste of liver.

I know the onions sure as hell don't do it.



I'm not sure about the taste. I could never get past the smell. The same with cooked oysters. I tried a couple of raw in the half shells and they were OK. When I was a kid KFC was new. I would get a 2 piece meal. My mother would get a small bucket of chicken livers and gizzards! YUCK! YUCK! YUCK!!!
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Originally posted by Virginia Dare II Virginia Dare II wrote:

If one can fall in love with a ketchup then I'll be announcing my betrothal very shortly.   Man...this is such a great one.  Not all loaded up with cloves which I hate.   Fresh tasting...less salt and sugar !   ClapClapClaphttp://www.sirkensingtons.com/products#ketchup-anchor
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I'll be trying some of their products, I'm certain.
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Heinz, industrial slop.
https://www.edrugsearch.com/heinz-ketchup-warning/

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Originally posted by Dejoh Dejoh wrote:

Heinz, industrial slop.
https://www.edrugsearch.com/heinz-ketchup-warning/

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DeadPlease allow me to be the first to tell you that was terribly disgusting, but I've bought it out of Dollar Tree more than once (but no more). And I'll never add it to my dog meat Hormel Hot Chili again.WinkBig smile
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I use Annie's Organic Ketchup.  It tastes good and does not have high sucrose corn syrup.
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I use Walmart Great Value ketchup.
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I like liver.  Hated it as a kid, though.  My mother used to make me a hamburger patty instead.  However, in order to get the patty, I had to eat one bite of the liver first.  Next time, it was two bites.  Then, three.  Suddenly, I found myself really liking it.  I guess that's the definition of an acquired taste.
 
 
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Confused^^^Who said anything about LIVER? Do you see LIVER anywhere in this thread? Heck, *I* even love liver, but I never mentioned it. Don't give us any of that "I was talkin' 'bout 'acquired tastes', fer chrissakes! "-silliness. Good gosh almighty! This thread is about HORMEL CHILI and constipation and sh*t fits and ketchup and Jackson Pollack. Quit being such a 'rebel'. 
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Confused^^^Who said anything about LIVER? Do you see LIVER anywhere in this thread? Heck, *I* even love liver, but I never mentioned it. Don't give us any of that "I was talkin' 'bout 'acquired tastes', fer chrissakes! "-silliness. Good gosh almighty! This thread is about HORMEL CHILI and constipation and sh*t fits and ketchup and Jackson Pollack. Quit being such a 'rebel'.


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^^^Well, yeaaaaaaaa...kinda sorta - I mean, granted, Sarge DID say 'chicken livers', but those aren't LIVERS in the sense of livers as Thor mentioned - they're little livers - small enough to where the mention of them shouldn't count...but if somebody has to take a hit on this one, I suppose I'll sacrifice myself for the 'better good' of properly cooked calf liver with onions and gravy.
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

^^^Well, yeaaaaaaaa...kinda sorta - I mean, granted, Sarge DID say 'chicken livers', but those aren't LIVERS in the sense of livers as Thor mentioned - they're little livers - small enough to where the mention of them shouldn't count...but if somebody has to take a hit on this one, I suppose I'll sacrifice myself for the 'better good' of properly cooked calf liver with onions and gravy.


Nope.

Nothing about chicken livers.

There's an ongoing conversation about just plain old gross, disgusting liver.

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Let's talk about relish.  Do we like relish on our hot dogs when we are not dousing them with Hormel Chili?  I like sweet relish and I get the kind made with real sugar, not high fructose corn syrup.  I would buy organic but it can get quite expensive and by the time those little cukes and other yummy things that have been pickled make it to your hot dog or hamburger, it doesn't really matter anymore, does it?

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Sorry, but I'm a DILL RELISH fan, though I do enjoy Vidalia onion relish. If you've never tried Vidalia onion relish (made with onions from Vidalia, Ga) I suggest you give it a try.

There's also (or used to be) a thing called "Hot Dog Relish" which was nothing more than regular relish with yellow mustard already mixed in.

Pretty good, but a waste of money cuz you can make your own so easily.

But dill relish is my numero uno hot dog condiment of choice.
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I'll eat braunschwieger (it's best on crackers), but not liver per se.  Not even with relish on it...  LOL
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Braunschwieger (liverwurst) is great.

I like it best on toasted rye bread, though.

Maybe a slice of Swiss and some mustard.

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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:



I've always been under the impression that most people grow out of the impulse to put ketchup on everything around the time they reach adulthood.


You're right. That's why I don't put ketchup on everything. Hotdogs and fries are literally the ONLY foods I will allow ketchup to touch. And of those 2, I almost never eat plain hot dogs to begin with. And even THEN I will only eat ketchup on them if ketchup and mustard are the only condiments available. Normally for condiments I have about a dozen varieties of sauce-jalapeno, habanero, mango habanero, scotch bonnet, sriracha, Tapatio, some Japanese sauce I forget the name off, some kinda garlic pepper sauce, some Caribbean sauce I also don't recall the name of, Tiger sauce, assorted BBQ sauces, etc and I'm more likely to use one of them than anything else. I will only use ketchup if I am at someone else's house, they fix hot dogs, and the options are ketchup or mustard.

Of course, there's also the fact that there's nothing "adult" about mustard, it's eaten on food by kids all over the place. My 9 year old nephew who doesn't want to do anything but play that Fortnite PC game 24/7 and will get mad if you make him get off the PC or will whine if his brother gets to use it? He likes mustard on his hot dog. Very adult, he is.

Honey mustard OTOH is good, but I don't like it with hot dogs.

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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Ketchup certainly has it's place.

Burgers and fries, mainly. Or meatloaf.

Personally, I can't think of anything else it really goes well with.



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Confused...all this chatter about food and liver and relish and crappy ketchup caught up with me while I was shopping at the Grocer's, yesterday.
I bought a bottle of Zeisner Curry Ketchup.
No idea if it is good or bad or even meant for human consumption, but the darned stuff cost almost $5, so it BETTER be good...
 
 
 
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Originally posted by DKS DKS wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

I've always been under the impression that most people grow out of the impulse to put ketchup on everything around the time they reach adulthood.


You're right. That's why I don't put ketchup on everything. Hotdogs and fries are literally the ONLY foods I will allow ketchup to touch. And of those 2, I almost never eat plain hot dogs to begin with. And even THEN I will only eat ketchup on them if ketchup and mustard are the only condiments available. Normally for condiments I have about a dozen varieties of sauce-jalapeno, habanero, mango habanero, scotch bonnet, sriracha, Tapatio, some Japanese sauce I forget the name off, some kinda garlic pepper sauce, some Caribbean sauce I also don't recall the name of, Tiger sauce, assorted BBQ sauces, etc and I'm more likely to use one of them than anything else. I will only use ketchup if I am at someone else's house, they fix hot dogs, and the options are ketchup or mustard.


Wow!!! This whole ketchup thing really is a very serious topic with you, isn't it?

I had no idea.

Re: your list, You really do know how to mess up a perfectly good hot dog, doncha?

YUCK!!!!!

Originally posted by DKS DKS wrote:

Of course, there's also the fact that there's nothing "adult" about mustard, it's eaten on food by kids all over the place. My 9 year old nephew who doesn't want to do anything but play that Fortnite PC game 24/7 and will get mad if you make him get off the PC or will whine if his brother gets to use it? He likes mustard on his hot dog. Very adult, he is.

Honey mustard OTOH is good, but I don't like it with hot dogs.


Anecdotal nephew evidence proves nothing.

Besides, I wasn't talking about overall maturity, just maturity in terms of tastes in food.

Immature as he might be, your nephew apparently has mature taste in hot dog toppings.

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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Ketchup certainly has it's place.

Burgers and fries, mainly. Or meatloaf.

Personally, I can't think of anything else it really goes well with.


You'd ruin a burger with ketchup?


Ruin? You mean enhance.

Aside from Sonic and Krystal, just about every national burger chain includes ketchup as one of the standard toppings on their burgers.

Obviously they know what people like and don't like.

On a burger I tend to prefer both ketchup and mustard.

And dill pickles.

Maybe tomato. Maybe not.
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Let us talk about the lettuce used in the fast-food restaurant hamburgers.  The ads show fresh, green, very green, tender leaves of Romaine or some other nice lettuce, but in reality you get a burger with a hard slab of slimy iceberg lettuce that is white as snow.  Sometimes they leave the nasty rusty part on!  The damn thing is sliding all over with mayonnaise or some other fast-food restaurant-invented "special sauce" or even worse, mustard, which belongs ON THE MEAT or bun, not the vegetables, i.e., lettuce and tomato, or pickles.

I hate this so much I usually order everything with NO LETTUCE unless it is for sure Romaine or some other nice lettuce that is not iceberg crap.
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Originally posted by DarkRealmStar DarkRealmStar wrote:

Let us talk about the lettuce used in the fast-food restaurant hamburgers.  The ads show fresh, green, very green, tender leaves of Romaine or some other nice lettuce, but in reality you get a burger with a hard slab of slimy iceberg lettuce that is white as snow.  Sometimes they leave the nasty rusty part on!  The damn thing is sliding all over with mayonnaise or some other fast-food restaurant-invented "special sauce" or even worse, mustard, which belongs ON THE MEAT or bun, not the vegetables, i.e., lettuce and tomato, or pickles.

I hate this so much I usually order everything with NO LETTUCE unless it is for sure Romaine or some other nice lettuce that is not iceberg crap.


I like my lettuce shredded.

That's what BK does.

I don't like that whole leaf thing either.

I'll either just tear it up into smaller pieces or toss it altogether.

I cut my pickle and tomato slices into small pieces too.
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

I've always been under the impression that most people grow out of the impulse to put ketchup on everything around the time they reach adulthood.


You're right. That's why I don't put ketchup on everything. Hotdogs and fries are literally the ONLY foods I will allow ketchup to touch. And of those 2, I almost never eat plain hot dogs to begin with. And even THEN I will only eat ketchup on them if ketchup and mustard are the only condiments available. Normally for condiments I have about a dozen varieties of sauce-jalapeno, habanero, mango habanero, scotch bonnet, sriracha, Tapatio, some Japanese sauce I forget the name off, some kinda garlic pepper sauce, some Caribbean sauce I also don't recall the name of, Tiger sauce, assorted BBQ sauces, etc and I'm more likely to use one of them than anything else. I will only use ketchup if I am at someone else's house, they fix hot dogs, and the options are ketchup or mustard.


The obvious solution for you is to bring along your own sauces so that you won't be at the mercy of someone else's limited palate...  LOL
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TongueNow that was one fine site to share - Thank You!
I'll be trying some of their products, I'm certain.
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Yes I might do that !   Shoprite spit me out a coupon to try TWO other products from Sir Kensington at $2.50 off ---so I picked up some of the  Mayo (of course ! ) and the Dijon mustard.  It's going to take a while for me to open those as I have plenty already opened in the fridge.   If you and Jimbo try the ketchup I expect a full Summer Book Report !   Tongue
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Every time I go up to Yankee Stadium I always get a couple of hot dogs with spicy brown mustard. There is nothing better than watching my favourite team while munching on that treat.
I've done the chili and cheese combination at home, and it's awesome! Not sure what the canned chili tastes like, but if I was in a pinch, trying to save time, I'd give it a go!
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:


Wow!!! This whole ketchup thing really is a very serious topic with you, isn't it?

I had no idea.


I like condiments.

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Re: your list, You really do know how to mess up a perfectly good hot dog, doncha?


No, if I wanted to mess up a hot dog, I'd put mustard on it.

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:


Besides, I wasn't talking about overall maturity, just maturity in terms of tastes in food.


If you asked him what he wants for dinner, he would TOTALLY pick candy bars, doritos, and pringles if he thought he could get them. Yes, clearly a gourmet, mature palate.

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Ruin? You mean enhance.

Aside from Sonic and Krystal, just about every national burger chain includes ketchup as one of the standard toppings on their burgers.


Yes, alongside mayo, lettuce, tomato, pickles, cheese, and lots of other stuff. Also, pretty much any place that serves hotdogs? They offer mustard AND ketchup as standard choices.

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

On a burger I tend to prefer both ketchup and mustard.

And dill pickles.

Maybe tomato. Maybe not.


Pickles, nope. Tomatoes I'm fine with.
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