Ketchup on Hot Dogs (ala Stoveaclause). Yeah or Nay

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  1. Horkn

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    And I shut y'all down by posting Martha freaking Stewart's own recipe for ketchup to be served on hot dogs!

    Served!!!!

    :whistle::rofl: :lol::rofl: :lol::rofl: :lol::rofl: :lol:


    Try it..... You'll be converted.
    If you like really onions or relish, throw sum o that on too.
     
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  2. Horkn

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    I've tried it. On crappy regular scrambled eggs. Not a fan.

    My wife makes scrambled eggs differently. She makes them Gordon Ramsay style. It's subtle but so much better. Just maybe a little salt and pepper and they are perfect.
     
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    Good job!

    This thread had be craving some hot dogs with ketchup and onions. Grilled with good grill marks on the dogs...
     
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    Sriracha on my eggs. Hold the ketchup
     
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  5. gbreda

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    My meatloaf gets: eggs, A-1, BBQ Sauce, chunked sharp cheddar (Cracker Barrel or the like), chopped onion, mushrooms and Stove Top stuffing instead of breadcrumbs.

    I like ketchup but none is needed for this meatloaf :yes:
     
  6. Thor

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    Hmm. I put ketchup and Tabasco on my hash browns which gets mixed with my eggs. So I guess I like ketchup on my eggs too?
     
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  7. MikeInMa

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    Catsup on eggs looks like chicken in a blender.

    No thanks
     
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    Can't stand dill pickles or relish.
     
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    And shredded cheddar
     
  10. Fanatical1

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    No I haven't seen Bens's before, but I love that spicy pepper mustard stuff.... I'll look for it.

    I see their headquarters is pretty close to me.
     
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    If you can't find them local, look for the companies web site. Most will have a set up to buy directly from them.
     
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    Its good in a stromboli also, just a teaspoon or two, with sausage and onions added.

    Didn't sound good when i first heard of it. But, yeah, i like it.
     
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    Perfect!:handshake:
    :dex:
     
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    I guess it would depend on the style of dog you're going with. If its a stock dog on a white bun, then it's 57 and stock yellow combo for me (it's lips and buttholes let's not over think this).

    Now if you're talkin' something in the brat category or spicy italian then its a fancy mustard with some fixin's. Maybe kraut or mustard slaw (don't knock it if you haven't tried it) with some cheese.
     
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    THIS^^^^^^
     
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    I would say that if you're looking to Martha Stewart for condiment advice, your man card is in questionable status. :p
     
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    Boooooooooooooo !
     
  18. fuelrod

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    I'll go with thatonly because of the beef.
    We had meatloaf tonight but my honey made gravy, otherwise I'd use either (or both) ketchup/ Texas Pete's hot sauce. But in general, no Heinz on pork.
     
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    We'll if we're getting into detail, if I can find them up here, Martin's potato roll (bun) is the best. I gotta go 30 miles for them, but its it's worth it.
     
  20. Steven Corio

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    Love a good potato roll on my brats and dogs!