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View Poll Results: What condiment can you not live without?
Ketchup 31 24.22%
Mustard 20 15.63%
Mayo 10 7.81%
Relish 1 0.78%
Hot SAuce 17 13.28%
Ranch 17 13.28%
Salad Dressing (non ranch) 3 2.34%
Salsa/Taco Sauce 2 1.56%
BBQ Sauce 17 13.28%
Other (explain) 10 7.81%
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Old 10-24-2012, 10:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default A poll with signifcance. What condiment can you not live without?

Title says it all. What's in your fridge?
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Old 10-24-2012, 10:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Franks Red Hot. Stadium/Ball Park Mustard is a close 2nd!
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Ranch Dressing and Sraracha hot sauce (the rooster) Mixed to together is....Heaven.
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Ketchup is the only condiment I like. So I vote for ketchup
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Old 10-24-2012, 10:16 PM   #5 (permalink)
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mayo on everything
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I love Fry Sauce! (Ketchup and Mayo Combined) I've only seen it here in Utah so it may seem kind if disgusting to you guys haha
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BBQ sauce with salsa being a close second.
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Ranch. I put that s**t on everything. Lol, I love these significance threads.
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Does anyone like Chow-Chow? It is kind of like relish.

My mom is from the Maritimes (New Brunswick) and that is why I know of it, but didn't know that it was so big in the Southern states either. Anyway, it is good.

We had this in Tennesse and is very similar to the East Coast one:


"This sweet and sour relish is made with green tomatoes, cabbage and spices."
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Plain yellow mustard for me.
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Spicy brown mustard FTW

Sweet baby Ray's BBQ sauce second

When I was in Europe I ate French fries with mayo!!! Anyone else ever try it? Because it is awesome! And terribly bad for you as well.
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I have ketchup with most meals, but it would be impossible for me to finish a salad and raw veggies without some Ranch.
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I am truly surprised ketchup is not far in the lead...
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Spicy brown mustard FTW

Sweet baby Ray's BBQ sauce second

When I was in Europe I ate French fries with mayo!!! Anyone else ever try it? Because it is awesome! And terribly bad for you as well.
Both my mom & my dad do this. I think it is the grossest thing in the world (hate mayonnaise). Dad is from Europe, but apparently it is also common in Quebec where my mom lived for a while. Yuck. Yuck. Yuck.
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I love Fry Sauce! (Ketchup and Mayo Combined) I've only seen it here in Utah so it may seem kind if disgusting to you guys haha
Had some at a place in Boise, and you're right, bleh.

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I literally eat no condiments on my food (except for hot sauce on chicken). No ketchup, no mustard, no mayo, no anything.

No salad dressing, no dipping sauces, so relish or onions.

My hot dogs and burgers and subs are all the same: meat and bun.

And yes I am 25 years old
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1. Ketchup
1a. Mustard
3-7.
8. Mayo
9. Salsa
10. Ranch


I absolutely despise ranch.
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Meh, I could honestly without all of them

I guess I would have to chose ketchup
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BBQ on everything! Head Country's BBQ tha best
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nothing defeats the......

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Franks Red Hot. Stadium/Ball Park Mustard is a close 2nd!
Exactly what I was going to say, I love mustard and I love franks. I also get this mustard at a local store with chipotle, cheyenne, jalapeno and habanero peppers in it. That stuff is awesome.
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I put BBQ sauce on nearly everything. Meat, fish, eggs, potatoes...you name it.
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Ever have horseradish sauce? It's like a mayo/horseradish type deal. It's pretty good on fried foods and hoagies!
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Tartar Sauce

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If you asked me earlier in life I would have said ketchup.

But Ketchup is so boring..........got old. I'm big on BBQ sauce now as there are so many variations and brands.
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