Catsup Is Not an Acceptable Condiment

Catchup serves one purpose, an easy way to add sugar and tomato sauce to homemade barbecue sauce. It is mildly acceptable to add sweetness or a bit of tang to burgers when no other options are available.

Suggested alternatives for french fry and tater tot dipping:

  1. flavored aoili — herbs work fine, but try a little anchovy
  2. poutine
  3. vey thick vanilla milshake  — try it, you can leave your thank you’s in the comments
  4. spicy Thai peanut curry sauce
  5. Camden’s Fry Sauce (includes catsup, but has a bit of kick), only acceptable because Camden’s fries are very salty and need some spice and sweetness to balance them out.
  6. HP Brown Sauce



One thought on “Catsup Is Not an Acceptable Condiment

  1. I guess it’s akin to the milkshake, but fries + Wendy’s Frosty = goodness.

    Also, I’m reading a collection by Kingsley Amis and his bloody mary recipe has ketchup in it. I was a bit taken aback, but then I realized that was in England 30 years ago, and ingredients weren’t nearly as available as they are now.

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